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One dozen bands, 12 hours of music

With plenty of help from a generous establishment, Kelowna musicians and lots of sponsors and volunteers, the Wish Come True Society is hoping to make the first Rock the Wish fundraiser a huge success.

It's Blingo! time with the OK symphony

I love the dynamics of mixing traditional with modern, especially with interior decorating and upholstered furniture. Or music performances with instruments not typical for a certain genre. And let's not forget food. Perhaps curried steak and kidney pie? Why not? In fact, yum!

Orchestra celebrates 25 years

Twenty five years ago, a dream was conceived and created, cobbled together with passion and determination, binding together a collage of young and aspiring musicians throughout the Okanagan.

Pianist Louis Lortie gives dazzling performance

Piano aficionados enjoyed a rare treat on Wednesday at Mary Irwin Theatre as Louis Lortie performed Chopin and Wagner on a Fazioli piano.

Book of Ruth offers a more serious young adult take for Bumbershoot

Bumbershoot Children's Theatre Company will introduce a more serious theme as it launches the first of its new Theatre for Young Adult productions beginning tonight. 

Ballet Kelowna gets innovative

Ballet Kelowna dancers are back on their toes and preparing to leap into your hearts with their upcoming show, InnOvation, a program designed to celebrate great Canadian choreography.

New exhibition series opens at art gallery

Man and Nature, the first exhibition in a new annual series entitled One on One, opened Saturday at the Kelowna Art Gallery.

Lortie one person who didn't quit piano lessons

My mother is a passionate music lover and there was always singing and instruments in my house. As a child, the front room had guitars, mandolins, an accordion, a clarinet, and a piano spilling over with sheet music and stacks of hymnals.

Comedy stripped down

One has to presume comedians possess a rock-solid funny bone, are probably a little bent and see things in a different light.

Drummers perform at Asian heritage gala

The Korean Drum Players will perform at the Asian Heritage Month opening gala performance at the Rotary Centre for the Arts on May 1.

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