Tags : music

Yates Theatre prepping for Kirb-Fest

A multicultural concert event will be making its way to our city this weekend. Kirb-Fest will bring together Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists to the Yates Theatre. Willy Big Bull is an artist who will be performing at Kirb-Fest. He says he got his start performing in front of live audiences at funerals playing sombre and […]Read More

Music and Speech Arts Festival featuring top competition

Music and the arts are back at the Yates Theatre. The Lethbridge and District Music and Speech Arts Festival has begun. This is the first time the festival has been in-person since 2019 due to the pandemic. There are 465 participants showcasing their best in musical theatre, choir, and music. Megan Wittig, the General Manager […]Read More

Music fundraiser to benefit Ukraine

A Lethbridge music group has decided to raise funds for those who are in dire need in Ukraine. The Lethbridge Community Band Society is hosting a concert to show support for the country. Attendees can make donations in support of the war-torn country. As Micah Quinn explains, this is the first live concert for the […]Read More

Over $10,000 in donations for Concerts in Care

Seniors from Alberta are set to receive some much needed music. This is thanks in part to over $10,000 in donations for the Concerts in Care program. The Health Arts Society of Alberta says that during the month of December, Albertans were able to buy or donate a live concert to a long-term care home […]Read More

Concerts in Lethbridge for seniors in care homes

Seniors in our community are set to receive some much needed musical relief. The Concerts In Care put on by the Health Arts Society of Alberta, is asking you to donate money to buy a concert for $300 that will then go to a long term care home or retirement living home here in Lethbridge. […]Read More

New West Theatre hitting the stage with two new shows

Live theatre is making a return to Lethbridge. New West Theatre has announced its bringing two new live shows starting in mid-December. First up, the New West ensemble is bringing Ode to Joy, a music-comedy revue to stage, with Sexy Laundry taking the stage in February.    Artistic Director with New West Theatre, Kelly Reay, […]Read More

LSO breathes new life into virtual music

Many would argue that music is a vital part of any community. The Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra has made it their mission to help students learn their instruments, whether it be in person, or online. As Micah Quinn explains, a mentorship program has allowed the orchestra to connect with students to train them with their technique, […]Read More