Tuesday, January 15th @ 7:30
Adults $35, Students & Seniors $30, Children $25
The history of classical music would not be complete without acknowledging the immense contributions of the great German composers. Beethoven, Brahms, Mendelssohn, and Schumann’s glorious writings for cello and piano duo truly highlight the partnership of music-making. Tender and energetic, expressive and dynamic, this collection of beloved sonatas and hidden gems will transport you to rich sound worlds. Discover the timelessness of these brilliant German masterworks!
Named one of CBC Music’s “30 hot Canadian classical musicians under 30”, the Cheng² Duo (pronounced Cheng Squared Duo) is celebrated by audiences and critics alike for its artistic excellence, generous spirit, and compelling vibrancy. The brother- and-sister duo is formed by 20-year-old cellist Bryan Cheng, recipient of the 2017 Canada Council for the Arts Michael Measures Prize, and pianist Silvie Cheng, recipient of the Roy M. Rubinstein Award for exceptional promise in piano performance.
Quickly becoming an audience favourite wherever they perform, the dynamic Cheng² Duo has been making music together for the past 14 years. The duo’s refreshing approach to making classical music accessible to new audiences of all backgrounds is steeped in a rare balance of infectious joy and enthusiasm in their playing on one hand, and mature, historically informed, and profound interpretations on the other. With wide-ranging repertoire from Baroque to Contemporary, from original arrangements inspired by folk music to new commissioned works, the duo has presented engaging recitals in notable venues throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. They have established a reputation for being invited for return engagements at prestigious venues and festivals, including Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, the Festival of the Sound, Vermont’s Pro-Concert Series, and Ottawa Chamberfest.
Calling all regional artists! This year’s Regional Juried Art Exhibit will open Friday, April 5 at the Peace Gallery North in Fort St. John. RJAE-2019-Brochure 2019-RJAE-Entry-Form-A-B 2019-RJAE-Artist-Statement-Form-C
Join us Monday January 14th for ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’ at 7:00 pm at the Aurora Cinema Centre. Ticket sales will stop at 6:55 pm so our film loving volunteers can see the beginning of the movie. Tickets are $13.00
Dec 7, 8, 13-15 @ 7:00pm Adults $20, Students $15, Seniors & Children $11 ABBA’s hits tell the hilarious story of a young woman’s search for her birth father. This sunny and funny tale unfolds on a Greek island paradise. On
Sunday, December 16 @ 11:30am, 2:00pm, 7:00pm Adults $16, Children $12 Studio 2 Stage will entertain all with three recitals on Sunday December 16; the first at 11:30 AM, the second at 2 PM and the third at 7 PM.
Saturday, January 26 @ 7:00 PM Adults $25, Children $12 Peace Fusion Dance Company will showcase a number of their competitive dance numbers prior to attending dance competitions across North America this year. PFDC is made up of dancers from
Wednesday, February 6th @ 7:30 Adults $35, Students & Seniors $30 Rugged, raspy and reserved, JJ Shiplett is a true artist. Unapologetically himself, the Alberta born singer-songwriter and performer is bold in range and musical creativity, with a passion and
Friday, February 15th @ 7:30 Adults $35, Students & Seniors $30 A hilarious, heartbreaking monologue about consciousness, mental illness, and friendship from award-winning novelist and former Canadian poetry SLAM champ Brendan McLeod. “Brain” maps Brendan’s experiences with obsessive compulsive disorder
The happiest event in the north opens its doors again at the North Peace Cultural Centre on February 9 at 6:00 pm. Tickets will be sold at the NPCC box office. For the price of a ticket, $20 per