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A Hendrix Experience, via the Turtle Island Quartet

by Carey Rutherford Your faithful Writer can’t help but ask, right off the start, if orchestras, or other musicians the Turtle Island Quartet encounter, harbour a strong dislike for the freedom which the TIQ exhibit in their choices of music… Continue Reading →

The Music Festivals are Coming:Adventures of a Calgary Wanderer

by Carey Rutherford What an amazing day of festivular expansion. There’s no way to really describe the occurrences without just chronicling them: not that amazing, really, unless you’re paying attention. The AfrikaDey! World Music Festival is just down there, just… Continue Reading →

What’re You Doing This New Year’s Eve?

by Carey Rutherford Like the song says, I’m wondering . . . . Sorry for the lack of poetic extrapolation, but I’m wanting to give you as much notice of as many options as I can find in as little… Continue Reading →

An Email About Music: There’s Lots Around

by Carey Rutherford Carey, I would like to take someone somewhere different. Where can we go to see a play/opera, or hear some classic music, on a budget? –Kevin Hey Kevin: Just getting back from finally seeing “Avatar” with T… Continue Reading →

The Music Festivals are Coming: From the CPO and the Kid’s Fest to the Warped Tour

by Carey Rutherford Isn’t it too early to be thinking about festivals? Isn’t the ‘festival’ intimately associated with the summertime, or at least the growing warmth of spring? Sure, there’s a winter festival, but that’s just for crazy Canucks who… Continue Reading →

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