- The Shaw Festival 2014 Season
The New Classical 96.3 FM is the Official Radio Sponsor of The Shaw Festival 2014 Season at Niagara-On-The-Lake.
This year’s line-up includes Tony Award winning musical “Cabaret”, “The Philadelphia Story”, “The Sea”, and Shaw’s “The Philanderer”, “Arms and The Man” and more.
To check out their complete schedule or to order tickets go to shawfest.com or call 1-800-511-SHAW.
The Shaw Festival 2014 sponsored by The New Classical 96.3 FM.
- Apr 10
- 9th Annual Organix Concert Festival
From April to November, the 9th annual Organix Concert Festival will be in full swing with 7 performances featuring the thrilling sound of the pipe organ. The concerts will be taking place at various locations through the city of Toronto. For more information go to organixconcerts.ca
- Apr 25
- The Cultural Hotspot, Spotlight on the Arts
The New Classical 96.3 FM is the Official Radio Sponsor of The Cultural Hotspot
The program runs from May until October and shines a spotlight on arts, culture, community, heritage, parkland and where to get fantastic food in South Scarborough and features projects including art in storefronts, streetscape art, murals, youth mentorship, employment, local festivals and more.
For more information visit culturalhotspot.ca.
- May 1
- Survivor Thrivers: Northumberland Breast Cancer Support Group
The ‘Survivor Thrivers’ – “Northumberland Breast Cancer Support Group” meets the second Wednesday of each month at six-thirty in the Port Hope Knights of Columbus Hall.
For details see survivorthrivers.com
- May 1
- Port Hope
- The Brott Music Festival's 27th Season
The Brott Music Festival returns again in its 27th season this summer. It features a total of 17 concerts throughout the months of June, July, and August spanning multiple genres from Classical and Opera to Jazz and Broadway.
It takes place at venues throughout the city of Burlington.
For tickets and more information call 1-888-475-9377 or go to brottmusic.com
- Jun 10
Two of the plays at Shaw’s Festival Theatre are also film classics. What makes Cabaret and The Philadelphia Story still work so successfully on stage—and why did the stories transfer so well to the screen?… read more