2019-20 Performing Arts Trail Series
Presented By Trail and District Arts Council
5 SHOW SERIES PASS ONLY $95.
Family Pass for 2 adults and 2 youth $220 (5 shows)
Passes are available to purchase online, by phone at 250-368-9669, or in person at The Bailey Box Office on Thursdays 12-4 in Summer or Monday to Friday from 12-4 pm after Labour Tuesday.
Single tickets go on sale on June 27! Adult Admission $30 / Student (with ID) $15 / Youth Admission (19 years and under) $10.
Symphony of the Kootenays
Saturday, October 5
Celebrating their 44th year, this 44 member orchestra has played more than 600 pieces in more than 225 concerts. Fifty percent of SOTK's musicians come from the Kootenay area and the remainder come from Alberta and the Okanagan Valley of BC. Conducted by professional cellist Jeff Faragher, is joined by San Fran based, Castlegar native, Amy Zanrosso on piano, performing a program called 'The Fifth!' including Beethoven's "Coriolanus Overture", "5th Symphony" & "5th Piano Concerto".
A Streetcar Named Desire
Thursday, November 21
Choreographed by John Alleyne, to the original jazz score by Tobin Stokes, the Tennessee Williams’ Pulitzer Prize winning classic tells the story of two sisters - one clinging to a bygone era, the other embracing the reality of post-WW2 life in America. Experience 14 dancers, nine Ballet Kelowna dancers supported by emerging artists from the Victoria Academy of Ballet, perform this stunning work
Alison Girvan and Laura Landsberg
Feels Like Home
Tuesday, January 21
The two local singers will be joined on stage by guitarist Paul Landsberg, violinist Don Macdonald, Dylan Ferris on mandolin and Rob Fahie on bass for an evening of progressive folk, bluegrass and world music.
“People have said that our voices together are heaven and earth, we come from very different backgrounds but our hearts are in the same place and that’s why it feels like home.
Sarah Hagen and Brendan McLeod
Tuesday Feb 4
"Exultation" is an intoxicating music and storytelling collaboration. Classical pianist Sarah Hagen performs all 13 preludes of Rachmaninoff’s Opus 32, while spoken-word artist Brendan McLeod intersperses stories and poems. The result is a narrative journey through Rachmaninoff’s life, from his exile from Russia to his battle with depression, tireless work ethic and dedication to beauty, exploring the estrangements, losses and redemptions at the heart of contemporary political and social life.
Tuesday, Feb 18
Élage’s music – a blend of pop, world, blues, folk and asiko - thrives at the artistic crossroad of artists like Carlinhos Brown, Peter Gabriel and Andres Cepeda. Singing mainly in his mother tongue, the wolof language, he is artistic, charismatic, authentic and easygoing, which makes his music unique.
“My music is for the whole world to enjoy. It touches the heart, whatever the language. With upbeat songs that combine many cultures' influences, sounds that are warm, with good dancing rhythms, sounds that make you want to move and feel great.”— Elage Diouf