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Drum Circle has 4 intentions: Explore Your Inner Rhythm. A drum circle allows you to do this in a nonjudgmental environment with friendly people. Promote Community. We learn that by listening to each other, each person has something to contribute, and we all enjoy the collective rhythm produced. Increase Health and Wellness. Drumming not only helps reduce stress we’ve built up during the day, it also helps us connect with our mind, body and spirit, and helps create a balance. HAVE FUN! Drums are provided for those who don’t have one.
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Thu Jan 06
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Jazz Jam is back! Join us as local jazz musicians, both students and pros, play some of the great jazz standards.
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Jazz Jam is back! Join us as local jazz musicians, both students and pros, play some of the great jazz standards.
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Fri Jan 14
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Described as ‘object theatre with a bit of puppetry’, Something is Rotten is a 60-minute comic retelling of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. With two performers they endeavor to tell the story in a makeshift castle with a few pieces of string, a fork, a kettle, a rose, and some other accessories. Part of the sixth annual Living Things Festival - Jan 14-30, 2022. Visit livingthingsfestival.com for more info on Kelowna’s International Arts Festival.
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Ever wonder what was on the other side of a black hole? Or under the bed when you’re sleeping? Or what happens when you mix mustard with scotch whiskey? Well, so do we! — And just maybe we will find out in a night of deep art and shenanigans, hosted by the Myrtle Sisters. Part of the sixth annual Living Things Festival - Jan 14-30, 2022. Visit livingthingsfestival.com for more info on Kelowna’s International Arts Festival. PLEASE NOTE: Audience members will actually be seated at tables on the stage, within their own social bubble. The seating chart that you will be seeing is only a representation for booking purposes, and does not reflect your actual seat.
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Sat Jan 15
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Described as ‘object theatre with a bit of puppetry’, Something is Rotten is a 60-minute comic retelling of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. With two performers they endeavor to tell the story in a makeshift castle with a few pieces of string, a fork, a kettle, a rose, and some other accessories. Part of the sixth annual Living Things Festival - Jan 14-30, 2022. Visit livingthingsfestival.com for more info on Kelowna’s International Arts Festival.
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Ever wonder what was on the other side of a black hole? Or under the bed when you’re sleeping? Or what happens when you mix mustard with scotch whiskey? Well, so do we! — And just maybe we will find out in a night of deep art and shenanigans, hosted by the Myrtle Sisters. Part of the sixth annual Living Things Festival - Jan 14-30, 2022. Visit livingthingsfestival.com for more info on Kelowna’s International Arts Festival. PLEASE NOTE: Audience members will actually be seated at tables on the stage, within their own social bubble. The seating chart that you will be seeing is only a representation for booking purposes, and does not reflect your actual seat.
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If you’re always told you should try stand-up, or that you’re the 'funny one' in the group, this four-week class is for you. Together we’ll develop our individual comedic performance skills by writing and workshopping material for the stage. Registration includes all four sessions.
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Wed Jan 19
Stories change the world. Stories compel us to action. Stories warm us, soothe us, and teach us. Join us and learn story structure, the art of listening, and the power in telling a warm, beautiful, compelling story.
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Drum Circle has 4 intentions: Explore Your Inner Rhythm. A drum circle allows you to do this in a nonjudgmental environment with friendly people. Promote Community. We learn that by listening to each other, each person has something to contribute, and we all enjoy the collective rhythm produced. Increase Health and Wellness. Drumming not only helps reduce stress we’ve built up during the day, it also helps us connect with our mind, body and spirit, and helps create a balance. HAVE FUN! Drums are provided for those who don’t have one.
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Thu Jan 20
Back by popular demand for 2022! Join us for after school art and technique lessons using real production materials and secrets from the anime and manga industry. We aim to create a welcoming environment for art mentorship and to find new friends with common interests! The focus for the class is on building social connections with likeminded peers and cultivating artistic technique within the niche of anime art style. Ideal for ages 12-18!
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Jazz Jam is back! Join us as local jazz musicians, both students and pros, play some of the great jazz standards.
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It is strongly recommended that registered patrons come at least 5 minutes before the show starts. Otherwise, slots would be opened to walk-in guests. Kenny Wayne is a throwback to the golden age of classic rhythm and blues. Born in Spokane and raised in New Orleans, his powerful music recalls the era when piano players like Fats Domino and Amos Milburn and Bill Doggett worked the chitlin’ circuit on the “strolls” in dozens of American cities. As a one-man cheering section for the days when blues and small jazz bands met the roots of rock and roll, Wayne is unapologetic about the music he plays. Sherman Doucette was born in North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Sherman’s natural ear for music began developing at an early age. He left home at fifteen with a harmonica and a twenty dollar bill in his pocket, bound for Vancouver. It was there that he discovered the Chicago blues style on an album featuring Muddy Waters, Junior Wells and James Cotton. By seventeen, he had developed a style of playing greatly influenced by the late great Paul Butterfield. Sherman has had the great privilege of sharing the stage with legendary players such as John Lee Hooker, Albert Collins, Sony Land Slim, Pinetop Perkins, Jim Byrnes and Long John Baldry. School of Blues is on the 3rd Thursday every month from September to December 2021. Beginning January 2022, School of Blues will begin at 7:15 PM.
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Fri Jan 21
We welcome the new year juxtaposing music of fresh exuberance and quiet contemplation, shining the spotlight on our own OSO musicians. Enjoy this rare opportunity to hear our own Karmen Doucette as she shares the beauty of the bassoon, a most distinctive and enigmatic instrument.
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Sat Jan 22
We welcome the new year juxtaposing music of fresh exuberance and quiet contemplation, shining the spotlight on our own OSO musicians. Enjoy this rare opportunity to hear our own Karmen Doucette as she shares the beauty of the bassoon, a most distinctive and enigmatic instrument.
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Featuring the Branchroot Ensemble, an improvisation-based trio featuring Darren Williams (saxophone), Nicholas Denton Protsack (cello), and Andrew Stauffer (drums). Combining virtuosic skill with musical sensibilities from the worlds of New Music, free jazz, and experimental music, Branchroot Ensemble embraces risk to create spontaneous music that takes listeners to uncharted depths of invention. The Branchroot Ensemble performs music composed spontaneously. Occasionally pensive, ranging to the frenetic, this trio brings an array of virtuosic techniques that use invention to draw listeners into uncharted depths. Part of the sixth annual Living Things Festival - Jan 14-30, 2022. Visit livingthingsfestival.com for more info on Kelowna’s International Arts Festival.
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After two years of live theatre drought, Shakespeare Kelowna and Knight Knight Productions joined forces last Spring to produce a piece of cinema using the Bard's works shot on location in the Okanagan and featuring original music. A stellar crew of local actors and directors present fresh takes on scenes from Shakespeare's works
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Tue Jan 25
This workshop is intended for intermediate to advanced dancers and musicians who are interested in exploring free improvisation within and between their respective artistic disciplines.
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After two years of live theatre drought, Shakespeare Kelowna and Knight Knight Productions joined forces last Spring to produce a piece of cinema using the Bard's works shot on location in the Okanagan and featuring original music. A stellar crew of local actors and directors present fresh takes on scenes from Shakespeare's works
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Wed Jan 26
Let’s Dance! Join Leona from Kelowna for a four-week session of Bellydance and beyond. Starting with a gentle warm up, a beautiful mantra, and smile on your face, Leona will take you on a movement journey aimed at bringing out the dancer and goddess within. What is bellydance? Is it just shaking our hips, being sensual, or showing off our belly? It is so much more than all of this! So come on out from the comfort of your home and discover the art, beauty, wellness and grace of bellydance.
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Thu Jan 27
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Jazz Jam is back! Join us as local jazz musicians, both students and pros, play some of the great jazz standards.
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Fri Jan 28
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Set to the poetry of Xu Lizhi 許立志 (1990 – 2014), Njo Kong Kie’s song cycle uses the human voice, the piano, and video imagery to create a tragic but beautiful cry of protest in solidarity with immiserated workers everywhere. Part of the sixth annual Living Things Festival - Jan 14-30, 2022. Visit livingthingsfestival.com for more info on Kelowna’s International Arts Festival.
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Anchored in the fascinating and little-known world of the abyss, Mutatis Mutandis! draws its inspiration from scientific facts that are so incredible they submerge us in a surreal world. Part of the sixth annual Living Things Festival - Jan 14-30, 2022. Visit livingthingsfestival.com for more info on Kelowna’s International Arts Festival.
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Sat Jan 29
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Anchored in the fascinating and little-known world of the abyss, Mutatis Mutandis! draws its inspiration from scientific facts that are so incredible they submerge us in a surreal world. Part of the sixth annual Living Things Festival - Jan 14-30, 2022. Visit livingthingsfestival.com for more info on Kelowna’s International Arts Festival.
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Set to the poetry of Xu Lizhi 許立志 (1990 – 2014), Njo Kong Kie’s song cycle uses the human voice, the piano, and video imagery to create a tragic but beautiful cry of protest in solidarity with immiserated workers everywhere. Part of the sixth annual Living Things Festival - Jan 14-30, 2022. Visit livingthingsfestival.com for more info on Kelowna’s International Arts Festival.
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Sun Jan 30

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