The year-end shows will feature 17 student performances in a variety of different genres over eight nights between March 15 and April 5. An important part of the final stages of their formal education, students are required to put together a band of peers, choose songs for their 30-minute set and execute the performance. Students can choose to perform original music, covers featuring their own interpretation or a mix of both.
March 15: Lindsay Elzinga (pop, folk/country), Marybeth Stenhouse (pop)
March 21: James Alexander (rock/metal, jazz, funk), Liam Van Haretzmuller (metal)
March 22: Stephen Beck (progressive rock, heavy metal), Calvin Reid (hard rock, metal, jazz)
March 28: Brendan Watts (rock, instrumental), Shannon Sargent (blues, rock)
March 29: Jonah Miller (hip hop, R&B), Alexanne Kasandra (pop, singer/songwriter)
April 3: Santo Joseph (rock, fusion, funk), Waseem Hakhroo (jazz fusion, funk)
April 4: Tiago de Renor (electronic ensemble), Amon Carpenter (contemporary alt pop), Cole Senger (rock, R&B, country)
April 5: Isaac Klaassen-Wright (loud, rock, prog rock, metal), Ryan Hommy punk, rock, progressive)
All performances take place at the Shambhala Music & Performance Hall on the Selkirk College Tenth Street starting at 7:30 p.m. Admission is by donation and seating is limited so arrive early (doors open at 7:00 p.m).
Learn more about the Contemporary Music & Technology Program at: selkirk.ca/music.