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Therapeutic Touch®

Level 1 Therapeutic Touch® workshop hosted by Atlantic Therapeutic Touch Network teacher Judy Donov [ ... ]

Christmas Daddies Telethon

The Christmas Daddies is a seven hour Telethon broadcast live on CTV and webcast on December 2 from  [ ... ]

Liam Corcoran's new single on The Strombo Show

The Strombo Show recently premiered "Out Of This World 2," a brand new single from former Two Hours Traffic frontman, Liam Corcoran. Listen to the entire episode here, or jump ahead to the 1:26:00 mark to hear the track. 

Teeming with a War on Drugs-esque sway, "Out Of This World 2" is a song that taps into the uncertainty of life on the road.  

"I was thinking back to all

Canadian Songwriting Competition open for entries

The second annual national songwriting competition is bigger than before with the cash component of their Grand Prize at $10,000 and over $40,000 worth of prizes up for grabs. As of October 1, the contest is open to all songwriters (amateur and professional) who are Canadian citizens or who reside in Canada. The competition closes January 31, 2018.

Canadian artists on the judging panel panel

The Guest Book: Dr. Alan Reesor

PEI Symphony, then and now

On PEI, there is another anniversary besides Canada’s 150th to be celebrated this year: the 50th anniversary of the PEI Symphony Orchestra. In 1967, Thomas Hahn, Hubert Tersteeg, Conn Zaat, and a group of other musicians and community members met and started the discussions that eventually led to the formation of the PEI symphony.

Thomas Hahn was the first conductor of

2018 Music PEI Awards Week

Music PEI has announced the return of Music PEI Week which also means the retirement of the May Run Music Festival. After receiving feedback from members and our Artist Advisory Committee, the Music PEI Board of Directors has elected to move back to our roots and present the Music PEI Awards in January 2018.

The Prince Edward Island music awards celebration initially began in November of 2001 and

Night Breed

Night Breed
Talking Bands

by Evan Ceretti

Bred during late nights in Rustico, Night Breed is Shawn Gallant (guitar, keys, vocals), Colin MacIsaac (guitar, vocals), Isaac Williams (bass), and Shane Coady (drums, backup vocals). All of the members haveve all been involved in the local music scene for a number of years.

“Colin and I had been playing for a long time together,” said Gallant. The two used to play

Bob Jensen signs with SGO

Stratford’s Bob Jensen has announced that he is signing on with SGO Music of the UK.  They will administer publishing world wide for his music, including some back catalogue, like the songs from his LP First Time Since August, as well as current collaborations with artists such as Nashville’s Alan Rhody, Zimbabwe’s Black Umfolosi and England’s Oysterband. Jensen is currently working

PEI Symphony seeks musicians

The PEI Symphony Orchestra welcomes inquiries/applications to join their musical ranks for the following positions: Violin (I and II), Viola, Violincello, Double Bass. Individuals should have demonstrated orchestral performance experience and familiarity with the classical repertoire. Submit brief resume and statements of interest to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need

Inspired idea

One Great Thing
by Ann Thurlow

Down at the waterfront you can hear the tourists murmuring and the kids begging for ice cream. The water laps against boats and the masts make that clinking sound. Close by, someone is playing Für Elise. Because—what?—someone had the daffy, inspired idea to install a piano under the pagoda. The wind picks up the notes, bringing them closer to your ear and then teasing

8th Evangeline Country Music Festival

The 8th annual Evangeline Country Music Festival will be held October 13 to 15 at Acadian Musical Village (Expo-Festival Center) in Abram-Village.

The festival begins with a Kitchen Party on October 13, following the Chase The Ace draw. Music will be provided by local country music singers. There will be a 50/50 draw and lunch will be available. This activity is reserved to adults 19 years and

Classical piano

Classical piano
Solo performances by Sarah Hagen at St. Paul’s Church

Classical pianist Sarah Hagen will be presenting three solo recitals in Charlottetown

this autumn. The concerts will be on October 5 at 7:30 pm, October 29 at 2:30 pm and November 26 at 2:30 pm. All performances will be 75 minutes long without intermission and will take place at St Paul’s Church, 101 Prince Street, Charlottetown. Admission is

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Greer View Mirror

Early work by Nova Scotia artist John Greer Until January 13
Confederation Centre Art Gallery The C [ ... ]

Ria Mae & Scott Helman

October 21
Hunter's Ale House Sony Music Entertainment Canada Inc. recording artist Ria Mae and Warn [ ... ]

at Trailside Café

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Trailside Café & Inn     Season wraps with a full October calendar  [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Full circles

Profile: Aaron Hastelow by Jane Ledwell “Where did the summer go to?” sings the cast of Anne o [ ... ]

The Guest Book: Dr. Alan Reesor

PEI Symphony, then and now On PEI, there is another anniversary besides Canada’s 150th to be cele [ ... ]

Over-the-phone support

Islanders who call 9-1-1 for medical emergencies can now get support over the phone until first resp [ ... ]