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PEI Symphony Orchestra: 50 years this ye...

PEISO puts out a call for your Symphony memories During its 2017-2018 concert season, the PEI Symph [ ... ]

Winsloe Players support QEH

Winsloe Players presents Nosey Mrs. Wilson, a three act comedy play, at 7:30 pm on Ap [ ... ]

PEI Vinyl Group Record Show

PEI Vinyl Group Record Show
Record sale and swap in Charlottetown

The Prince Edward Island Vinyl Group will hold a spring record sale and swap on April 30 from 1–4 pm at Hopyard, 151 Kent Street, Charlottetown.

The PEI Vinyl Group began in October 2015 and has since grown to 400 members. The group provides an online discussion forum and marketplace to its members. Vinyl has made a resurgence in recent years and the

Barenaked Ladies at Confed

Barenaked Ladies at Confed

Barenaked Ladies are bringing their Canada ONE-FIVE-0H Fall tour to Charlottetown on October 16 at Confederation Centre's Homburg Theatre.

Barenaked Ladies (BNL) are currently putting the finishing touches on their 16th studio album Fake Nudes, expected to be released this fall. BNL has partnered with Plus1 to collect $1 from every ticket sold that will go to

Journey to the Heart of India

Submitted by Teresa Doyle

Westerners have been flocking to India for eons to experience all the flavours and colours of this amazing place. My journey was not as a tourist but rather as a student of Vedic chant, the oldest songs on the planet. I've long been interested in how people use their voices is cultures around the world and the vocal traditions of South India are perhaps the deepest and

k.d. lang at Eastlink Centre

k.d. lang at Eastlink Centre
Ingénue Redux Canadian tour in Charlottetown

k.d. lang is about to hit the road solo across Canada, coming to Charlottetown’s Eastlink Centre September 8.

After exploring different creative platforms in recent years, this unique and multi-talented performer is returning to the stage in celebration of her first love, promising to take her music to new heights. 

2017 is a landmark year for

2017 TD PEI Jazz & Blues Festival

The PEI Jazz & Blues committee and HUKA Entertainment announced the 2017 TD PEI Jazz & Blues Festival will occur from June 21–24 in Charlottetown. The departure from the previous time frame in late August is required to support the production of a festival that will sustain elevated growth for years to come.

The TD PEI Jazz & Blues Festival is aiming for strong growth in this

Lil Slime

Lil Slime

Talking Bands
by Darcy Cudmore

Lil Slime is a Charlottetown rapper who released his debut mixtape to the public in January. His lyrics are intelligent and his raps are fierce, but who is Lil Slime?

DC: Where did the persona of Lil Slime come from?

LS: Lil Slime is a persona that I have wanted to do for years. I’ve always been a big hip-hop head and always wanted to try rapping. Lil Slime is me

Ceilidh in the Brae

Ceilidh in the Brae
Gerald McNally is part of the Prince County musical landscape

Way Up West
by Jan Cox

Gerald McNally has been a giant on the musical landscape of West Prince for more than four decades.

The Brae, nestled among the rolling hills of Western PEI, has always been Gerald McNally’s home. He had “a stint working in Toronto and around, but I wanted to get back to the country, that didn’t last long,” said

ECMA 2019 in Charlottetown

The City of Charlottetown has been awarded the opportunity to host the East Coast Music Awards: Festival and Conference in 2019.

The East Coast Music Awards: Festival and Conference has grown from a one-day $1000 event to a five-day international gathering, with a budget exceeding $1.6 million. The 2017 ECMAs are projected to have an economic impact of $3.1 million with about 1000 music industry

We Love You Canada

We Love You Canada

In 1967 Andrew A. Melzer released the Centennial song “Canada” on Sparton Records. Recently, he received a Record Producer of the Year nomination from ECMA and three American Songwriting Awards nominations. Now he is embarking on producing a song he wrote for Canada 150, “We Love You, Canada,” with Confederation Centre Youth Chorus of Charlottetown under direction of Donald Fraser.

The recording

Seeking choir singers

Luminos Ensemble, a new professional choral ensemble based in Charlottetown, will perform its inaugural concert in June 2017, and is currently seeking singers. Forming under the direction of Dr. Margot Rejskind, Luminos Ensemble aims to provide meaningful musical experiences to choral artists and audiences, through performances at the highest level of choral excellence, innovative and adventurous

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Some Upcoming Events


Theatrical production chronicles the years 1945–1970  March 31
Homburg Theatre Coming to the [ ... ]

To Be a Woman

Point Blank Performance Co. debut April 6
Upstreet Craft Brewing Musicians Suzanne Wilkie, Becca Gr [ ... ]

Book Launch with Margaret Westlie

April 8
Confederation Centre Public Library PEI author Margaret A. Westlie will launch of her latest [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Servant of Song

Profile: Jon Rehder by Jane Ledwell Jon Rehder describes himself as a “jack-of-all-trades” mus [ ... ]

eWatch Safe Exchange Zone

Police adopt recommendation from Youth Retention Advisory Board City of Charlottetown Police Servic [ ... ]

Legal community undertakes cultural comp...

The Law Society of P.E.I. is collaborating with the Mi'kmaq community in response to the Truth and R [ ... ]