Multiple Dates

Hilario Duran Quintet

This is a Cuban show to take you on a trip of Cuban music, Latin jazz compositions and some Christmas songs to celebrate the upcoming festive season.

Multiple Dates

Bed and Breakfast

A fast paced and heart-warming comedy where two actors play over twenty characters who weave their way through the protagonist's lives as they work to build a new home and bring a community together.

Multiple Dates

Altar Boyz

Altar Boyz is a foot-stomping, rafter-raising, musical comedy about a fictitious Christian boy-band on the last night of their national “Raise the Praise” tour.

Dec 7 - 6:00PM


The glorious sounds of bells and voices fill First Presbyterian Church as Concordia’s community ensembles collaborate in their annual Christmas celebration.

Dec 7 - 7:30PM

Tribute to Renoir

The Alberta Symphony Orchestra presents a tribute to French impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir on the 100th Anniversary of the death.

Dec 7 - 7:30PM


What better way to kick off your holiday spirit than with a concert of Christmas favourites, all with a special flavour, as well as some new classics for you to discover.

Dec 8 - 3:00PM

Set Free

The Concordia Symphony Orchestra presents “Set Free” on December 8, starring soprano Aidan Ferguson.

Dec 8 - 7:00PM

Little Match Girl Passion

The Little Match Girl Passion has become Pro Coro Canada’s annual Christmas concert and this year, we return the Passion to All Saints’ Anglican Cathedral.

Multiple Dates

Irving Berlin's White Christmas

Based on the beloved, timeless film, this heartwarming musical adaptation features seventeen Irving Berlin songs and a book by David Ives and Paul Blake.

Multiple Dates

Best Little Newfoundland Christmas Pageant...Ever!

What has the potential to be the worst pageant ever turns out to be the best one, as everyone learns the true meaning of Christmas.

Dec 12 - 8:00PM

Red Litmus

Red Litmus meld the nature of improvised jazz and the intensity of modern metal with odd time signatures, telepathic improvisation and infectious melodies.

Multiple Dates

Sister Act

Presented at the Timm's Centre for the Arts on Dec. 13-15, Bellerose Composite High School's performance of "Sister Act" will be the best musical you see this NUN!!!

Dec 13 - 8:00PM

The Jivin' Belles

The Jivin’ Belles are thrilled to be teaming up with Tri-City Rat Pack singer, Terrell Edwards, for their annual holiday classic.

Multiple Dates

Hey Ladies!

Hey Ladies! is an infotainment comedy show where the best shenanigans life has to offer are gathered to together and brought to the stage for your enjoyment.

Dec 14 - 2:00PM

The Second Annual Sing-Along Messiah

Edmonton Symphony Orchestra has provided music fans of Edmonton many opportunities to get to know and love Handel’s Messiah. Now, in the city that sings, comes the chance to experience Messiah as a member of the chorus.

Dec 14 - 7:30PM

Annotated Christmas Song Book

THE ANNOTATED CHRISTMAS SONG BOOK invites you to learn more about much loved holiday classics and to see them in a new light.

Multiple Dates

Girl Brain

Girl Brain celebrates the beauty, complexity, and messiness of everyday life through sketch comedy.

Dec 15 - 7:30PM

Do You Hear What I Hear

It’s the most wonderful time of year so come and be Joyful!

Multiple Dates

With Bells On

Darrin Hagen’s award-winning international holiday hit, With Bells On, shows that the best gifts sometimes arrive in the most unlikely of packages.

Multiple Dates


A warm gust of song on a winter’s day! This year’s edition of our annual winter celebration features two performances with differing ensembles, both overflowing with joy and good cheer.

Dec 21 - 7:30PM

A Perfectly Frank Christmas

Celebrate the Holidays with the perfectly timed show that has become a Christmas tradition in Edmonton!

Dec 31 - 7:30PM

A Pro Coro New Year's Eve

Spend New Year's Eve with Pro Coro Canada! Now in its third year, this concert will treat you to music meant to entertain and inspire.

Jan 17 - 7:30PM

T. Buckley

Alberta Roots with timeless, flowing melodies

Jan 18 - 8:00PM

John Gorka

John Gorka is a world-renowned singer-songwriter whose songs are multifaceted, full of depth, beauty and emotion

Jan 18 - 8:00PM

The Berner Brothers

Don and Doug Berner recreate some of the most famous arrangements the Adderley Brothers had in their repertoire and invoke some of the fiery energy that the Adderleys brought to the stage.

Jan 19 - 7:30PM

Good Life Here

We present some beloved music from our past six seasons, featuring several of the new Canadian compositions we’ve premiered and championed in recent years.

Jan 25 - 8:00PM

Nicolas Bearde Sings Nat King Cole & More

Nicholas Bearde makes his Yardbird Suite debut, and will be showcasing music from his many projects and, in particular, new music from his latest CD, “I Remember You: The Music of Nat King Cole”, celebrating Nat’s 100th Birthday.

Jan 26 - 7:30PM

Fab Four & More

Come together to hear eighteen top big band musicians here, there, and everywhere in MacEwan University's Betty Andrews Recital Hall!

Multiple Dates

The Society for the Desetitute Presents Titus Bouffonius by Colleen Murphy

With their shockingly dark and deranged humour, this award-winning troupe is known to get audiences laughing so hard they lose their minds.

Jan 31 - 7:30PM

Amy Helm

Deep, soulful folk-rock.

Feb 2 - 3:00PM

18th Century Music from Austria

The Alberta Baroque Music Society presents 18th Century Music from Austria, featuring Charles Pilon, Viola.

Feb 2 - 3:00PM

Roots II: korinnya

Our second edition of the Roots series is presented under the direction of Mykola Hobdych, founder and director of the Kyiv Chamber Choir.

Multiple Dates


Based on the iconic novel by George Orwell, 1984 brings us the story of Winston Smith, a cog in the giant machine state of Oceania.

Feb 7 - 7:30PM

Misael Barraza Diaz

At home in both the classical and flamenco worlds, Misael Barraza Diaz is one of the most outstanding young Mexican guitarists.

Feb 8 - 8:00PM

Women of Folkways

The Women of Folkways concert is a celebration by women of women in the Folkways Records catalogue. This year’s show will feature Maria Dunn, Jean Hewson, Christina Smith, and Dana Wylie.

Feb 9 - 3:00PM

The American Dream

The American Dream, featuring soloist Julianne Scott, presents works by Barber and Copeland.

Feb 21 - 7:30PM

Jayme Stone

Finding new paths for the five string bango.

Feb 22 - 8:00PM

JP Cormier

A storyteller? A songwriter? An incredible multi-instrumentalist? The answer is simple, JP Cormier is undoubtedly - an entertainer.

Feb 29 - 7:30PM

My Spirit Rejoices

ocal Alchemy presents My Spirit Rejoices at the West End Christian Reformed Church on Saturday, February 29 at 7:30pm.

Mar 6 - 7:30PM

Coco Love Alcorn

Soulful and Compelling with a dose of Gospel.

Mar 7 - 7:30PM

Canadian Connections IX

A welcome guest in Western Canada, the Elmer Iseler Singers under the direction of maestra Lydia Adams will present a choral kaleidoscope of a cappella selections from acress Canada.

Mar 7 - 7:30PM


Mar 7 - 8:00PM

Martyn Joseph

For one man and a guitar he creates a performance with a huge far-reaching sound that is energetic, compelling and passionate. He is gifted with the rare ability to speak to the soul with his expressive and poignant lyrics.

Multiple Dates

The Children by Lucy Kirkwood

A taut eco-thriller from one of Britain’s hot new playwrights.

Mar 14 - 7:30PM


i Coristi presents Passiontide at Holy Trinity Anglican Church (10037 84 Ave NW) on Saturday, March 14 at 7:30pm.

Mar 15 - 3:00PM

Harmonious Baroque

The Alberta Baroque Music Society presents Harmonious Baroque, featuring Joanna Ciapka - Violin and Allene Hackleman - Horn.

Mar 20 - 7:30PM

The Paperboys

Blending Celtic folk with bluegrass and world flavours.

Mar 21 - 7:30PM

The Roaring '20s: A Century of Music from 1920-2020

Join the Don Berner Big Band as they look back over a century of recorded music and we enter an all new “roaring '20's”!

Mar 21 - 8:00PM

Braden Gates & Over The Moon

Braden Gate's wit, charm, and ultimately incredible songs win the hearts of his audience & Over the Moon are known for their stellar harmonies, wide array of acoustic instruments, solid song-writing, and highly-engaging stage presence.

Mar 27 - 7:30PM

Jon Brooks

Quintessential Modern Folk Singer.

Mar 28 - 7:30PM

Raphaël Feuillâtre

Described as a musician of poetic sensitivity, extraordinary young French guitarist Raphaël Feuillâtre is the 2018 first prize winner of the Guitar Foundation of America International Concert Artist Competition

Mar 28 - 7:30PM

Dénes Várjon

Pianist Dénes Várjon’s sensational technique, deep musicality, and wide range of interests have made him one of the most exciting and highly regarded participants in international musical life.

Multiple Dates

5 @ 50

Five@Fifty is a raw and darkly comedic portrayal of turning fifty in contemporary society, and of the friendships we can't live without.

Apr 4 - 8:00PM

Pharis & Jason Romero

Singing vibrant duets, writing deadly songs, playing handmade banjos and loving old acoustic guitars.

Apr 5 - 3:00PM

Destination Imagination

Destination Imagination, featuring soloist Laura Veeze, presents works by Rota, Warlock and Piazzolla.

Apr 10 - 7:30PM

Good Friday at the Winspear 2020

Two of today's most prolific composers will be in attendance when the choir performs their annual Good Friday concert at the Winspear.

Apr 16 - 7:30PM


Amarcord is a German male classical a cappella vocal group based in Leipzig, founded in 1992 by five former members of the Thomanerchor.

Multiple Dates

Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes by Hannah Moscovitch

Hannah Moscovitch’s latest play asks us to confront how structures of power distort our perceptions of love.

Apr 26 - 7:30PM

Hearts Afire

Chronos Vocal Ensemble presents a program of settings of Sara Teasdale's poetry, including enthralling works by the celebrated contemporary Latvian composer Eriks Ešenvalds.

May 3 - 2:00PM

Music Among Friends: Celebrating MacEwan Conservatory

Admission is by donation at the door.

May 3 - 3:00PM

A Baroque Bouquet

The Alberta Baroque Music Society Presents A Baroque Bouquet, featuring Elizabeth Koch - Flute, and Susan Flook - Violin.

May 10 - 2:00PM

A Mother's Song

In honour of Mother's Day, join us for a Fundraising Concert that features solo performances by many of our members as they sing songs that connect them to their mothers or to their own motherhood.

Multiple Dates

From Cradle to Stage 2020

Walterdale Theatre welcomes local amateur playwrights to discover their dream script from its infancy to a staged realization. The Cradle to Stage program invites playwrights and theatre creators of any skill level to take part in a season-long program to create a new work.

May 16 - 7:30PM


Vocal Alchemy presents Journey at McDougall United Church on Saturday, May 16 at 7:30pm.

Multiple Dates

Brian Webb Dance Company: Fujiwara Dance Inventions: Eunoia

EUNOIA takes the audience on a verbal, visual and visceral journey. The conceit of the poem is introduced through games and then builds in complexity with fanciful narratives and semiotic play.

May 24 - 2:00PM

Emerging Artist Series - featuring Sonya Shin & Sarah Ho

Admission is by donation at the door.

May 30 - 7:30PM

Meeting Places II: Space

i Coristi presents Meeting Places II: Space at Holy Trinity Anglican Church (10037 84 Ave) on Saturday, May 30 at 7:30pm.

Jun 6 - 7:30PM

The Music of the Super Heroes!

Whether you're a fan of Big Band, live music, pop culture, movies, or Super-Heroes this performance is not to be missed! If you enjoy the spectacular scoring from the 1967 Spider-Man cartoon, or the amazing themes from the Pixar hit “The Incredibles!” this is your chance to hear those works and more performed live by Edmonton's best big band!

Jun 7 - 3:00PM

Moonshot II: tar swan

Inspired by the prize-winning poem tar swan by Calgarian writer David Martin, this program will shine a spotlight on humanity's treatment of nature and natural resources across the continent and here in our own backyard.

Jul 5 - 3:00PM

From Bohemia With Love

From Bohemia With Love, featuring Jonah Hansen, presents works by Mendelssohn, Popper and Bartok.

Multiple Dates

Merrily We Roll Along

Merrily We Roll Along is Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's audacious musical about three lifelong friends who fall apart and come together trying to make their dreams come true.