Summer Guitar Concerts

Here’s our list of summer guitar concerts:

May 13 – Bob Sutherby – Flamenco Guitar

May 20 – Sean Kemp – Electric Violin Improvisation

May 26 – Eugene Cormier – Classical Guitar

June 14 – Don Ross – New Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitar

June 23 – Stephen Fearing – Singer/Songwriter

All concerts start at 7:00.  Admission is $15 at the door.

Concerts are held in Potter Hall in the Kenneth Rowe Management Building (across from the Dalhousie Arts Centre) – 6100 University Avenue.

These concerts are quite informal and will also provide you with an opportunity to ask questions of the performer. Each performer also provides a commentary on what he is playing, his instruments, etc.

FFR_benefitA benefit concert is being held at Dalhousie University on Sunday, April 11 at Potter Hall (across the street  from the Rebecca Cohn in the Kenneth Rowe Management Building). Admission is $20.

The benefit is being put on by Friends for Refugees (FFR). FFR is looking for your help to privately sponsor a refugee family. The family – father, mother and two young children – are currently located at a Syrian refugee camp near the Iraqi boarder. FFR needs to raise enough money to bring the family to Halifax and to support them during their first year in Canada. Friends For Refugees will also need help with settlement once the family arrives this winter.You can find out more about the group by visiting their site.

The concert is being put on in order to raise funds for the families. Headliners include Stephen Fearing, Don Ross, Jeff Torbert and Scott Macmillan. You can download the poster for further information.

Stephen Fearing Performing at Dalhousie

Canadian singer-songwriter Stephen Fearing will be performing a concert at Dalhousie University on Wednesday, January 27 at 7:00 pm.

The concert will be held in Potter Hall, Kenneth Rowe Management Building.

Tickets are $20/$15 students/seniors and Dal people.

Last year, Stephen presented a great concert with a surprise guest. We’ll see what happens this year. Don’t miss it.