The Huronia Symphony Orchestra (HSO) and the Barrie Public Library have partnered to start a new music instrument lending library for Barrie.
Susan Doolan, Special to Postmedia Network
The Rastrelli Cello Quartet made a memorable Canadian debut in Barrie several years ago.
Carnegie Days moves into its eighth year of celebrating art and language.
They’re back with new music, a new character and, because of last year’s sell out, an extra show.
Organist Andrew Adair will be in Barrie next week to perform a solo program for the Music at St. Andrew’s noon-hour concert series.
The Barrie County Chordsmen have pulled out all the stops for their annual show, The Maple Leaf Forever, next weekend.
The parent-teacher interview; every mother, father, guardian has been there.
A new country music band plays Barrie for the first time next week. The Mudslingers also mark their first time opening for Aaron Pritchett.
Barrie will see another aspect of Lance Anderson’s talent next week: boogie woogie music.
Next week’s Songwriter Series brings some major talent to Barrie.
After taking some time off to raise her children, British singer-songwriter Carrie Martin has returned to music.
Heather Kirk has a way of bringing history to life and anchoring it to present day. If possible, she also brings it home to the neighbourhood. In this case, just down the road from Barrie in the Yonge street area of Newmarket.
Chris Au returns to Barrie next week with a new program of music that features piano sonatas by Mozart and Prokofiev as well as a Chopin’s Barcarolle.
In painting, many would consider portraiture to be the most difficult to do well, yet it didn’t stop Alan Gibbs.
Next week’s Songwriter Series features Gurf Morlix.
Barrie has been selected as one of eight cities for special screenings of a new Canadian film called The Space Between.
Doug Leahy and his wife may have created their family band, nurtured their musical education and taught them step dancing but their kids have taken it to the next level. The infectiously fun, multi-talented band of siblings, Next Generation Leahy (NGL), plays Barrie Sept. 15.
Shayla Brown, a young partially blind girl, had a long-time wish granted when she landed a role in the chorus, alongside professional actors, in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, currently playing at the King's Wharf Theatre in Penetanguishene.
Repartee continues their All Lit Up tour with a stop at a new local event called The Big Feastival. It unfolds at Burl's Creek this weekend.
If you missed Eh440's performance at last fall's Barrie Arts Awards, catch them live at Rhythmfest this weekend. The a capella singers do a crazy combination of beatboxing, sassy raps and vocal harmonies wrapped in a songs that are distinctly urban yet with an influence of R&B.