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Experience the Performing Arts!

Explore our five performance series to discover a world of possibilities right here in the Great Lakes Bay Region. 

        

Windows on the World Series

Nobuntu

OCT 18, 2022

Nobuntu is an African concept that values humbleness, love, purpose, unity, and family, from a woman’s perspective. Nobuntu is also a five-part a cappella vocal ensemble of women from Zimbabwe, whose breathtaking voices transcend genre. They will transport you with traditional Zimbabwean rooted music, Afro Jazz, Gospel and Crossover with percussion, traditional instruments, and dance movements. Exult in this celebration of women, of Africa, and of all humanity, in a performance that communicates with the human side of us all.

Season Subscriptions are available NOW and single tickets on sale at a later date to be announced.

Sones de México

NOV 13, 2022

This two-time Grammy Award-nominated ensemble is rooted in Mexican ‘son’ music and plays all-original arrangements: traditional and experimental, true-to-tradition ‘huapangos’ (folk style from northeastern Mexico), and son ‘jarocho’ (Veracruz style), to new hybrids of rock, classical and folk – all performed with contagious energy and resonant elegance. Playing over 30 acoustic instruments from different regions of Mexico and traversing lush vocal harmonies, this adventuresome sextet becomes a small orchestra that explores Mexican folk music and its relevance in the 21st Century.

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Aditya Prakash Ensemble

FEB 9, 2023

Aditya Prakash, an award-winning vocalist known for his powerful and emotive voice, is one of the leading upcoming vocalists of South Indian classical Carnatic music. Aditya was one of the youngest musicians to tour and perform with Sitar maestro Ravi Shankar. The imaginative Aditya Prakash Ensemble bridge seemingly disparate styles, creating a boldly innovative and powerful mix of deep-rooted Indian classical ragas, chants, brass band arrangements, jazz harmonies, and hip-hop-infused rhythms, creating a unique outlet for the Indian classical and jazz aesthetic to shine forth in an accessible, modern, playful, yet powerful, way.

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Morgan Toney

MAY 4, 2023

First Nations Mi’kmaq performer Morgan Toney is a 22-year old fiddler and singer from Wagmatcook who was an instant sensation at the Celtic Colours Festival 2020 performing alongside Ashley MacIsaac. Morgan merges the fiery fiddling of Cape Breton Island and the old songs of the Mi’kmaq with brilliance and heart. This fusion and transformation of ancient traditions celebrates his native language, elders, and heritage, while his highly original songcraft reflects the turmoil of our current times, shining a light on the struggles of First Nations people in Canada today.

Season Subscriptions are available NOW and single tickets on sale at a later date to be announced.