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Young Artist Masterclass with the Verona Quartet

D.F. Cook Recital Hall Memorial University of Newfoundland - School of Music, St. John's

Our six chamber groups receive invaluable coaching and mentorship from the individual members the Verona Quartet. Various locations at Memorial University, School of Music. Open to the public.

Free
Recurring

Stolen Sisters Performance

Heart garden, Government House 50 Military Rd, St. John's

Starring Deantha Edmunds, written & directed by L'nu playwright Leahdawn Helena, STOLEN SISTERS explores the life and legacy of the Beothuk people, an Indigenous people who are culturally extinct due to Colonial violence. This new one-woman play features the stories of three generations of Beothuk women and girls - each of whom exist and live …

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$30

Verona Quartet in Admiral’s Cove

The Old Church in Admiral's Cove Admiral's Cove Rd, Cape Broyle

A repeat of the Quartet’s August 15 performance in this intimate renovated church on the Southern Shore. Tickets Available Here: https://tuckamoretpro.ticketpro.ca/en/pages/TuckamoreFestival2022_VeronaQuartetinAdmiralsCove

$25 – $35

Family Concert with the Verona Quartet

The Rooms 9 Bonaventure Ave, St. John's

The award-winning Verona Quartet brings its youthful energy to the beautiful atrium at The Rooms. A concert for all ages!

Free

Lunchtime Young Artist Recital 3

Anglican Church 16 Church Hill, St. John's

An uplifting hour of solo and chamber music performed by our talented 2022 Young Artists! Admission by donation.  Add to calendar

Admission By Donation
Recurring

Stolen Sisters Performance

Heart garden, Government House 50 Military Rd, St. John's

Starring Deantha Edmunds, written & directed by L'nu playwright Leahdawn Helena, STOLEN SISTERS explores the life and legacy of the Beothuk people, an Indigenous people who are culturally extinct due to Colonial violence. This new one-woman play features the stories of three generations of Beothuk women and girls - each of whom exist and live …

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$30

Red Blooded Romance

D.F. Cook Recital Hall Memorial University of Newfoundland - School of Music, St. John's

A tag team of two great chamber works of the Romantic era: Mendelssohn’s Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor, Op. 66 and Dvorak’s String Quartet No. 13 in G major, Op. 106. Followed by a post-concert artist chat moderated by Annie Corrigan. Tickets Available Here: https://tuckamoretpro.ticketpro.ca/en/pages/TuckamoreFestival2022_RedBloodedRomance

$25 – $35

Lunchtime Young Artist Recital 4

Anglican Church 16 Church Hill, St. John's

Our fourth and final lunchtime event with our 2022 Young Artists – one of our most-loved events of the season! Spend an hour experiencing glorious chamber and solo performances in this historic cathedral. Admission by donation.

Admission By Donation
Recurring

Stolen Sisters Performance

Heart garden, Government House 50 Military Rd, St. John's

Starring Deantha Edmunds, written & directed by L'nu playwright Leahdawn Helena, STOLEN SISTERS explores the life and legacy of the Beothuk people, an Indigenous people who are culturally extinct due to Colonial violence. This new one-woman play features the stories of three generations of Beothuk women and girls - each of whom exist and live …

Stolen Sisters Performance Read More »

$30

Late Night Bossa Nova with Ana & Eric

First Light Centre for Performance and Creativity 81 Cochrane St., St. John's

Performing together for many years in Folk and Bossa Nova projects, Ana Luísa Ramos and Eric Taylor Escudero have created a repertoire with the best of the two worlds. Tickets Available Here: https://tuckamoretpro.ticketpro.ca/en/pages/TuckamoreFestival2022_LateNightBossaNova

$25 – $35
Recurring

Stolen Sisters Performance

Heart garden, Government House 50 Military Rd, St. John's

Starring Deantha Edmunds, written & directed by L'nu playwright Leahdawn Helena, STOLEN SISTERS explores the life and legacy of the Beothuk people, an Indigenous people who are culturally extinct due to Colonial violence. This new one-woman play features the stories of three generations of Beothuk women and girls - each of whom exist and live …

Stolen Sisters Performance Read More »

$30

Julie Nesrallah with pianist Robert Kortgaard

D.F. Cook Recital Hall Memorial University of Newfoundland - School of Music, St. John's

An evening of song with Canada’s fiery mezzo-soprano, joined at the piano by one of our nation’s most respected chamber pianists. Followed by a post-concert artist chat moderated by Annie Corrigan. Tickets Available Here: https://tuckamoretpro.ticketpro.ca/en/pages/TuckamoreFestival2022_JulieNesrallah

$25 – $35

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