Photo credit: National Music Centre
The National Music Centre (NMC) returns with its free afternoon music series, Sundays in C-Square in East Village’s open-air urban square, running every Sunday between 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, August 13 to September 3, 2017.
From psych-rock to rockabilly and Americana to Celtic tunes, soak up the sun as local performers light up East Village’s C-Square (corner of 7th Avenue and 4th Street SE). Weather permitting.
“With the success of last year’s concert series, we are thrilled to bring back this free event to East Village,” says Adam Fox, NMC’s Director of Programs. “We love seeing our community activated with live music, and it’s a great way to get to know some of the city’s emerging artists.”
Sundays in C-Square performers:
August 13 The Heirlooms with opener Kate Stevens
August 20 Hi-Strung Downers with opener Flint & Feather
August 27 The Doll Sisters with openers Brooke Wylie & Jay Bowcott
September 3 West of Mabou with opener KP Smith
After you’ve finished taking in some sunshine and live music, head on over to Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre. Tour five floors of exhibitions that tell the story of music in Canada and rock out with interactive activities. Admission includes daily tours and NMC’s famous Kimball Theatre Organ demo.
Regular admission to Studio Bell is $18 for adults
, $14 for students/seniors, $11 for children (3-12 years of age), and free for children under 3 years of age.
About Studio Bell
Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre, is a new state-of-the art facility designed by Brad Cloepfil of Allied Works Architecture (Portland/New York). An international hub for music and technology, Studio Bell is the first national cultural institution of its kind dedicated to celebrating music in Canada in all of its forms. More than a museum, Studio Bell rises in nine interlocking towers, clad in glazed terra cotta in the heart of Calgary’s East Village. The 160,000 square-foot building includes five floors of exhibition space, a 2000+ piece collection of artifacts, instruments and music technology, and other features including recording facilities, workshops, classrooms, an event space, and a 300-seat performance hall. For more information, please visit studiobell.ca
About the National Music Centre
The National Music Centre (NMC) is a national catalyst for discovery, innovation and renewal through music. NMC will preserve and celebrate Canada’s music story and inspire a new generation of music lovers through programming that includes on-site and outreach education programs, performances, artist incubation, and exhibitions. For more information, please visit nmc.ca
Julijana Capone, Publicity Coordinator
National Music Centre
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