At Grace United Church on Sunday afternoon, Georgian Music’s concert series wound up the season with works by Britten, Schubert and Frank.
Kempenfelt Community Players marks its 40th anniversary with a musical revue of songs and comedy, solos and ensemble pieces from a variety of shows over the years.
Two of Barrie’s own take to the stage for a Midday Music With Shigeru concert next week.
A young boy’s death halfway around the world had such an impact on a local girl, she decided to do something about it.
Barrie’s weekly comedy night, Laffy Taffy Tuesday, is expanding with a new Saturday night show featuring headliner Kenny Robinson this coming weekend.
Internationally renowned Canadian singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith performs songs from his new album The Last Rider in Barrie, Sunday.
The life of a would-be king is fraught with peril.
Shaun Majumder returns to Barrie next week for a show at Georgian Theatre.
Am Shalom is hosting a special event, an evening of music and remembrance to coincide with Holocaust Remembrance Week.
The following Barrie Music Festival results are from Monday, April 17.
On Good Friday, Hollerado released their third official record, Born Yesterday. The day before, lead singer Menno Versteeg was about as calm and collected as he possibly could be.
Two busloads of young singers made the journey from Hamilton to Barrie last Saturday to present a program of songs from around the world to Barrie Concerts patrons.
Women truly do have the last laugh, especially in Barrie.
Ron Sexsmith returns to Barrie next weekend with a new album and show.
Barrie Music Festival results for Thursday, March 30; Friday, March 31; and Monday, April 3.
Mallory Graham and Scott Tyler formed The Rough & Tumble in 2011, joining forces musically and then personally four years, three EP’s and one year-long-24-song challenge later.
Choral students at Eastview Secondary School will be featuring some of the highlights from Festival Disney at next week’s Seniors Serenade concert.
Local youth have another opportunity to appear in a professional show at the King’s Wharf Theatre in Penetanguishene this summer.
Something odd is happening in Cookstown.