6181 Lady Hammond Road
Beautifully designed concert hall houses a Steinway grand piano.
Scotia Festival of Music and Chris Wilcox: 40 years and 40 festivals
After turning Halifax into a chamber music destination, Scotia Fest’s director has one last encore.
By Brandon Young
Tags: Cultural Festivals, Scotia Festival of Music, classical music, Chris Wilcox, Simon Docking, chamber music, Music Room, Sir James Dunn Theatre, Music Festivals
23 concerts to take in this summer
If throwbacks, patio lanterns, sweaty dance parties and robotic rodents are music to your ears—you’re in luck!
By Stephanie Johns
Tags: Visit Halifax, Big Ticket shows, concert, Halifax Common, Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market, hot summer guide, Music Room, Pacifico, summer music, The Marquee Ballroom, Hot Summer Guide
Let Freedom Singer ring
Khari Wendell McClelland channels his ancestors through songs in Freedom Singer.
By Sandrinette M. Maniania
Tags: Music, Music, Khari Wendell McClelland, The Music Room, Music Room, Feature
Father and son play father and son in Zuppa’s Slowly I Turn
The Merritt Award-winning production gets remounted.
By Michael Lake
Tags: Arts + Culture, Zuppa Theatre, Music Room, Theatre
First-ever BAFF isn’t a “special” event
Bluenose-Ability Film Festival shows the reality of disability.
By Laura Kenins
Tags: Arts + Culture, Music Room, Film + TV
The Lion’s share of the jazz
Out Like a Lion is JazzEast’s spring answer to send out the winter blues with a roar.
Tags: Music, Cempoal de la Calavera Negra, Music Room, Olympic Community Hall, Feature
Elizabeth Bishop inspires film screening
EB Society presents short films dedicated to the poet at Music Room tonight
By Dave Lidstone
Tags: Arts + Culture, Film + TV, Music Room
Poetry collection launch: Lost Gospels
Halifax’s former poet laureate, Lorri Neilsen Glenn, explores ideas of loss and mourning, but in a positive way.
By Holly Gordon
Tags: Arts + Culture, Lost Gospels, Lorri Neilsen Glenn, Music Room, Literary
Acres and Acres are miles away
Down with the Butterfly rockers take it easy with their off-the-floor debut album.
By Mike Landry
Tags: Music, Music Room, Feature
Is the north end really mad, bad and dangerous to know? Not at all. Knowing what’s cool
By Carsten Knox
Tags: Visit Halifax, Alteregos Coffee House, Bikes by Dave Inc., Bloomfield Centre, Brooklyn Warehouse, Cafe Aroma Latino, Café Aroma Latino, Coastal Cafe, Ecology Action Centre (EAC), Epicurious Morsels, FRED., FRED. beauty food art. and Whet Cafe, Grainery Food Co-Op, Gus' Pub & Grill, Halifax, Halifax Forum, Halifax North Library, Halifax North Public Library, Hydrostone Market, Island Greek, Jack Nauss Bicycle Shop, jane's on the common, Java Blend Coffee Roasters, Julien's Patisserie Bakery & Cafe, Local Source Market, Lost & Found, Mary's Place Cafe, Mary's Place Café, Menz & Mollyz Bar, Menz Bar, Mid-East Food Centre & Cafe, Music Room, Nauss Bicycle Shop, North End, North Street Church, Oland Brewery, Paragon Theatre, Peak Audio, Pierceys, Roberts Street Social Centre, Salvatore's Pizzaiolo Trattoria, Shopping, Smith's Bakery, The Coastal Cafe, The Company House, The Good Food Emporium, Viva's Cafe. Grill. Pizza, YMCA Gottingen, Alteregos Cafe, The Brooklyn Warehouse, Ecology Action Centre, Halifax North Memorial Public Library, Tours, Landmarks & Monuments
Lady Hammond Grill
Wed., Nov. 6, 7:30 p.m. 2019
CHUFFED: Songs From A Not-So-United-Kingdom
Thu., June 20, 7:30 p.m. 2019
Keonté Beals w/aRENYE
Sat., June 8, 7 p.m. 2019
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