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Chance to win Gordon Lightfoot box seats!

Chance to win Gordon Lightfoot box seats!

Broadway – Take Two! Silent Auction!

The Kingston Whig-Standard has provided the School of Music with two box seat tickets to the Gordon Lightfoot concert, which will take place at the Rogers K-Rock Center on Friday, May 9th, 2014.

Come to the Queen’s School of Music fundraiser “Broadway – Take Two!” on Friday, March 21st, 2014 for an opportunity to bid on box seat tickets for this wonderful Canadian icon.

Bidding will begin at $50 for the two tickets.


Broadway – Take Two! Director Gordon Craig and Producer Bruce Kelly

Broadway - Take Two! Director Gordon Craig and Producer Bruce Kelly

The big night is this Friday! Join us for a night in ‘the city that never sleeps’ for what is sure to be a lively and entertaining performance! Tickets will be available at the door, payable by credit, debit, and cash.

“Beyond BMus…A Career in the Biz”

Come to Harrison-Lecaine Hall, Room 124 for a FREE Colloquium Presentation by Jerry Doiron, director of the Isabel Bader Performing Arts Center, for his talk “Beyond BMus… A Career in the Biz.”


10 days!

Only 10 days until “Broadway – Take Two!” Tickets are available at the door for $20.00 each, payable by credit, debit or cash. Come out on March 21st to enjoy a night in the ‘City that Never Sleeps’ and support Queen’s School of Music!

Broadway – Take Two! Fundraiser Fast Approaching!

Spencer Vass practicing “Younger than Springtime” from South Pacific in preparation for the Queen’s School of Music Fundraiser Broadway – Take Two! Only 18 days until the big event!


International Women’s Week at he Agnes Etherington Art Gallery

March 6th, 2014: TRIOLA celebrates International Women’s Week with an informal Noon Hour concert at the Agnes Etherington Art Gallery. Bring your sketchbook along and be inspired by the Music and Art around you. “The Agnes Etherington Art Centre is located at 36 University Ave., corner of Bader Lane, in Kingston. On Thursdays it is open from 10 am to 9 pm, with FREE admission for all. For information on current exhibitions, please see www.aeac.ca .”Image


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