Oshungo Drum and Dance, Rita Chiarelli, and The Cocksure Lads among Oh Canada Concerts at Guelph Civic Museum

 

Oshungo Drum and Dance, Rita Chiarelli, and The Cocksure Lads among Oh Canada Concerts at Guelph Civic Museum

GUELPH, ON, February 13, 2017: Fourth Fridays will take on a distinctively Canadian flair this year as Guelph Museums presents Oh Canada Concerts in celebration of the Canada 150, Guelph 190.

Free concerts showcasing the diversity of Canadian talent will be held the fourth Friday of each month at the Civic Museum.  The series opened on January 27 with Ojibway storyteller Aaron Bell.

Next up, Oshungo Drum and Dance offer an evening of drumming, dancing and storytelling Friday, February 24. Presented in partnership with the Guelph Black Heritage Society, this show celebrates Black History Month with traditional African and Caribbean rhythms.

Future performers include:

March 24                             Rita Chiarelli

April 28                                 Mike Ford

May 26                                 Kennedy 7

June 23                                 Adrian Raso

July 28                                   Ian Bell

August 25                             Don Amero

September 22                     Annakin Slayd

October 27                          Andrew Craig

November 24                     The Cocksure Lads (Mike Ford and Murray Foster)

December 22                     D’eve Archer

Admission to the Museum is free after 5 PM on Fourth Fridays.  Concerts begin at 7 PM.  Guelph Civic Museum is located at 52 Norfolk Street, Guelph.

Oh Canada Concerts are funded in part by the Government of Canada.

 

For more information:

Sarah Ball | Community Relations Coordinator, Guelph Museums
Public Services, City of Guelph
T 519-836-1221 x3392
sarah.ball@guelph.ca
guelphmuseums.ca

Posted by Sarah Ball on February 13, 2017