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  • Monday to Friday
    Noon-6:30pm (upstairs office)
  • Monday to Friday
    6:30pm-9pm (main floor box office)
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    6:30pm-9pm (main floor box office)

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Royal Wood

8:00 PM - February 12

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The Acoustical Sounds of Big Sugar

8:00 PM - February 17

13 tracks of languidly-paced, percussion-heavy acoustic reggae. A fragrant spiritual groundation. This heavy, heavy musical statement, runs the gamut from classics like "Turn The Lights On" to brand new cuts "Calling All the Youth" and "Police Bway the Vampire". Featuring Reggae legend Willi Williams and an extended family of brethren, this is the heartbeat sound of Big Sugar.

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Andy Shauf

8:00 PM - February 19

Known for honest, self-reflective songs as well as captivating lyrical works of fiction and an intimate live show, Andy Shauf is quickly becoming one of the most intriguing emerging songwriters.

The Bearer of Bad News explores themes of uncertainty, curiosity and spirituality. The unsettling stories told on The Bearer of Bad News came as Shauf wrote both at home and on the road. Musically, the record took shape in his modest home studio in Regina, Canada, where Shauf spent 4 years recording each song himself.

Bearer is 11 songs built from the sounds of a weathered piano, the warm tone of his guitar's aged strings, and a clarinet. At the heart is Andy's one-of-a-kind voice and dark, literate storytelling.

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event at The Refinery (a Broadway Theatre Satellite Event)

SJO: Friends Remembered

7:30 PM - February 20

SJO performs its first Friends Remembered concert performing the music of Frank Mantooth, Ashley Alexander and many others, featuring long-time SK jazz performers such as Ross Ulmer, Barrie Redford, Sheldon Corbett, Dean McNeill and special guests Jim Brenan, Jon McCaslin, and Greg Gatien.

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Tanya Tagaq in Concert w/ Nanook of the North

7:30 PM - February 23

In 1922, filmmaker Robert J. Flaherty paved the way for the modern documentary with his contentious but momentous chronicle of a year in the life of Inuit Nanook and his family near the Arctic Circle, Nanook of the North. Now innovative throat singer Tanya Tagaq, known for her work with Bjork and the Kronos Quintet, draws upon her family's history in far northern Quebec and her own Nunavut childhood to reclaim Flaherty's masterpiece. With music composed by Derek Charke, Tagaq unites with two equally celebrated musicians - violinist Jesse Zubot and percussionist Jean Martin - to reactualize the film's silent images with emotive soundscapes.

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8:00 PM - March 8

In his 9th album,"Six String Blvd" Pavlo incorporates the world's most exotic instruments into his classic Mediterranean sound. Influenced by his travels, you will be captured by the Chinese Ehru; the Portuguese Guitarra; the Arabic Flute; the Indian Sitar and of course the Greek Bouzouki.

Pavlo has come full circle since he introduced his Mediterranean brand in 1998, once again recording an All-Instrumental album. Complete with all brand new compositions, this album highlights Pavlo's unmatched ability to melodically unite world instruments into his sound seamlessly, all the while staying true to his distinct Mediterranean guitar signature.

It has never been more convincing, Pavlo is a TRUE WORLD artist, and has become famous for bringing every audience to their feet.

Pavlo continues to tour worldwide performing over 150 shows per year and is still driven by his father's famous words:

"Have the courage to do what you love, and the drive to do it well."

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Shane Koyczan

8:00 PM - April 3

Internationally recognized author and spoken word artist Shane Koyczan has emerged as a creator of poetry that dares to belong to the people and speak directly to them in their own voice. In 2013, he collaborated with animators to make the anti-bullying viral video "To This Day" which has had over 13 million views, and he performed a customized version "For the Bullied and the Beautiful" to acclaim at the 2013 International TED Conference in Long Beach, California. Shane shapes his words and delivers in multi mediums from authored, video, spoken word, operatic, and musically performed.

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SJO with Denzal Sinclaire

7:30 PM - April 12

Canadian vocal sensation Denzal Sinclaire joins Dean McNeill and the SJO for another tour of classical and contemporary jazz compositions orchestrated for Sinclaire's magnificent voice... go all star Canadian talent!

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7:30 PM - April 21

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Harry Manx

8:00 PM - May 7

Harry Manx has been dubbed an "essential link" between the music of East and West, creating musical short stories that wed the tradition of the Blues with the depth of classical Indian ragas. His unique sound is bewitching and deliciously addictive to listen to.

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Tommy Emmanuel

8:00 PM - May 21

Guitarist Tommy Emmanuel was a child prodigy and by the age of six he was already working as a professional musician. His music and life are legendary in his native Australia, where he is a household name. He has recorded and performed with countless well known artists including : Air Supply, Men at Work, Chet Atkins, Les Paul, Keith Urban, Eric Clapton (who has said that “he is the best guitarist I have ever heard”), Sir George Martin, Joe Walsh, Stevie Wonder, the Dortmund (Germany) Symphony, the Western Australian Symphony Orchestra, and list goes on. His awards and accolades are also endless. He has been Rolling Stone Magazine’s “Most Popular Guitarist” twice, has two CMAA “Golden Guitar” Awards, and is the only non-American to be inducted into the Thumb Pickers Hall of Fame in Muhlenberg, Kentucky, just to name a few.

In recent years, Emmanuel has toured constantly as a solo act, often more than 300 dates a year. However, what really matters is how Tommy makes people feel when he performs. With his powerfully charismatic persona and a simply untouchable musical virtuosity, Tommy draws his listeners into an incredible vortex of happiness from which they are content never to escape. Chet Atkins said, “You can’t watch Tommy play and not feel happy. I just love him.”

‘’The best guitar player I have ever heard’’ – Eric Clapton

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