5 Things To Do: June 25 to 29
Jazz performances, a reimagining of a classic and more.
June 24, 2018
On June 25, multi-Grammy award winning artist Robert Sput Searight and Nate Werth take percussion into the spotlight with Ghost-Note. The duo is inspired by everything from James Brown to Prince, and promises to give an amazing performance.
Starlite Room, 10030 102 St., 780-990-0222, ticketfly.com
On June 27, the Freewill Shakespeare Festival is having one of their special events, a wine pairing with the evening performance of Comedy of Errors. Get early admittance and enjoy a guided wine pairing and light appetizers before taking your seat for the performance.
Heritage Amphitheatre — Hawrelak Park, 9330 Groat Rd., 780-425-8086, freewillshakespeare.com/special-events
Opera NUOVA presents The Magic Flute Re-Imagined on June 26, where the action takes place in the arctic. Winter gives way to spring in this fascinating adaptation of Mozart’s beloved work.
Festival Place, 100 Festival Way, Sherwood Park, 780-487-4844, operanuova.ca
Walk with The Works Roving Reception is an evening of art, refreshments and thoughtful conversation taking place on June 27. Participants will see In Search of Eden by Emmanuel Osahor on Capital Plaza, Blessing in Stone at the Matrix Hotel, home: Medalta’s Artists in Residence at the Alberta Craft Gallery and more.
Capital Plaza, 9820 107 St., eventbrite.ca
Arrivals, curated by Ociciwan Contemporary Art Collective and presented in partnership with dc3 Art Projects, opens on June 29. The exhibition features the works of four emerging Indigenous artists: Tamara Lee-Anne Cardinal, Dan Cardinal McCartney, Laura Grier and Sarah Houle.
Dc3 Art Projects, 10567 111 St., ociciwan.ca