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November 2016 - Centennial Theatre’s popular lunchtime series, ‘Play, Pie & Pint’, is seeking new talent for the 2017-18 season. We are looking for ‘ready-to-present’ shows with spirited and lighthearted themes that will appeal to a general audience of up to 200 people. The shows are approximately 45-minutes in length and can be drawn from a variety of performing arts disciplines including music, dance and theatre. Following each performance, audience and artists meet in the lobby to enjoy a delicious hot pie and beverage.
We are currently seeking performing artists or groups for midday/midweek shows in October, November 2017, and February, March, April , May 2018.
North Shore Writers Association invites writers of all genres, fiction and non-fiction to read their work in a friendly, comfortable atmosphere, and to listen to other writers share their work and talk about the writing process. Free for members, non-members by donation.
The Dare To Be Heard writers group meet on the first Wednesday of each month, 7-9pm at Mollie Nye House, 940 Lynn Valley Rd, North Vancouver.
For more information, visit www.nswriters.bc.ca.
The North Shore Chamber Orchestra is an amateur music ensemble looking for new string players. The group rehearses Wednesdays, 7:30-9:30pm at Sutherland Secondary, 1860 Sutherland, North Vancouver.
For more information visit: NS Chamber Orchestra
Come and join one of our introductory fiddle groups in North Vancouver. Are you interested in exploring a different avenue with your music and getting together with other young musicians? If you have been learning to play the violin for at least two years and you would like to complement your ongoing private lessons; and if you are between the ages of 8 and 18, you are welcome to join us for an hour each week in the NSCE Intro group or the NSCE Strings and Things!
You will be challenged to learn new tunes by ear while covering elements of harmony, theory and rhythm. You will focus on a repertoire that integrates these skills in a dynamic ensemble-playing environment while enjoying the camaraderie of playing music in a fun and inclusive social setting. Once at the Strings and Things level you will participate in performances offered to the North Shore community several times throughout the year. If this sounds like fun come play with us!
Do you have an event to plan? The North Shore Celtic Ensemble is a dynamic and evolving group of talented young musicians offering winning performances, inspired arrangements and a spirited repertoire for large community events and festivals. With a wide range and a ‘sky’s the limit’ approach, this versatile ensemble can provide a festive ambience and high caliber musical interaction for your art opening, benefit gala or Céili.
The North Shore Celtic Ensemble have traveled several times to Scotland and to Québec and they present concert tours across BC. Locally, they produce their own Winter Concert Series and collaborate with many successful artists, creating highly successful and moving performances.
Cost: Please contact the NSCE to discuss the fee structure for a wide variety of performance options.
Requirements: Performing space for up to 25 people. Sound engineer and equipment provided.
NSCE Junior Ensemble: As with all levels of the North Shore Celtic Ensemble, the junior ensemble enjoys engaging with community and often plays for the NSCE Community Concert Series. Backed by guitar, recorder and spoons, this lively group of young fiddlers travels from Deep Cove to Horseshoe Bay and beyond! For benefit concerts, conferences or fundraisers, they can often be seen, sharing their music and their youthful exuberance at Care Centres and at North Shore Hospice awareness-raising events. With very little set-up necessary they can literally walk in, plug in, and begin to play for any community function.
Requirements: Performing space for 18 people and a standard electrical socket. Let us know if you would like to be a part of our Community Concert Series this season!