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Busking Fee Waived In St. George’s For 2017

Busking Fee Waived In St. George’s For 2017

The Corporation of St. George is waiving the usual busking fee for 2017 “in effort to create more atmosphere in the Town for the 2017 visitor season,” and is inviting interested musicians and street performers to contact them. A spokesperson said, “The Corporation of St. George [CSG] would like to extend an invitation to all musicians... Read more of this article

G&S To Hold Auditions For ‘The Wizard Of Oz’

G&S To Hold Auditions For ‘The Wizard Of Oz’

The Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Bermuda is getting set to present ‘The Wizard of Oz’ in October, with auditions for the show to be held from June 2 to 4. A spokesperson said, “The Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Bermuda is delighted to announce that it will be producing The Wizard of Oz between Thursday October 5 through Saturday October... Read more of this article

Pitches, Krokodiloes To Perform At Free Concert

Pitches, Krokodiloes To Perform At Free Concert

Bishop Nicholas Dill and U.S. Consul General Mary Ellen Koenig invite the public to attend a free lunchtime concert at the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity on Tuesday, March 14th at 12:00 noon, featuring the Radcliffe Pitches and the Harvard Krokodiloes. This is the 10th year that the Harvard a Capella groups have performed publically in Bermuda to... Read more of this article

Philharmonic Society To Host ‘Spring Prelude’

Philharmonic Society To Host ‘Spring Prelude’

The Bermuda Philharmonic Society will be holding a concert on Sunday [March 5] at City Hall, saying the concert will feature “all strings music, sumptuous, lyrical and food for the soul.” A spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Philharmonic is back! After a long absence we are coming back to life, with a fabulous concert this coming Sunday March... Read more of this article

Video: America’s Cup To Feature Local Musicians

Video: America’s Cup To Feature Local Musicians

This week’s ‘Minute with Mikaela’ highlights ‘The Band’ that will perform at the 35th America’s Cup, saying “The band will play during AC 35, including dock-out shows, the America’s Cup Village, and at America’s Cup parties.” During the Minute, Mikaela Pearman said, “Earlier this year, we launched auditions to... Read more of this article

Bermuda Irish Association Holding Gala Dinner

Bermuda Irish Association Holding Gala Dinner

The Bermuda Irish Association is inviting the public to attend their upcoming gala dinner on Saturday, March 25 at Hamilton Princess Hotel, with cocktails at 7.00pm and dinner at 8.00pm A spokesperson said, “Our event is taking shape and we have had a tremendous response so far. All are welcome to experience a great evening of Irish music, dancing... Read more of this article

Video: Wyclef Jean Concert Features Bermudian

Video: Wyclef Jean Concert Features Bermudian

Bermuda’s Hannah Eggen was featured onstage at a recent Wyclef Jean concert, with the Grammy award-winning artist giving her a ‘shout out’ for her dancing skills, asking the audience to “make some noise for the great Hannah out of Bermuda.” Screenshot from the broadcast showing Hannah Eggen & Wyclef JeanMs Eggen... Read more of this article

Singing Telegrams Available For Valentines Day

Singing Telegrams Available For Valentines Day

Big Brothers Big Sisters are offering singing telegrams, providing “a unique way to express your love to your special lady this Valentines Day.” The telegrams feature “some of Bermuda’s most talented male singers” and can be booked for $75 each, with a limited number available. The poster says, “Singers Cahlii Smith and... Read more of this article

TROIKA’s “The Color Purple” Opens Tonight

TROIKA’s “The Color Purple” Opens Tonight

People on the island will have the opportunity to “experience Broadway in Bermuda” starting tonight [Feb 3] as TROIKA Bermuda presents the reprise of their sold out performances of the hit musical ‘The Color Purple.’ The production will run through February 5 at The Ruth Seaton James Center for the Performing Arts, with doors... Read more of this article

Six Musicians Selected For America’s Cup Band

Six Musicians Selected For America’s Cup Band

Six local musicians have been chosen to be a part of The Band which will play at various events during the America’s Cup, with Dave Pitman, Jesse Seymour, Torrey Tacklyn, Troy Washington Sr., Raven Baksh and Leroy Francis all set to perform.“After live auditions, the public were encouraged to vote online for their favourite contestants to... Read more of this article

Ensemble Singers To Perform At St. Anne’s

Ensemble Singers To Perform At St. Anne’s

Fresh from singing at the opening of the Bermuda Festival, The Ensemble Singers will be performing in concert at St. Anne’s Church at 4.00pm on Sunday, January 29. The concert is a fund-raising event of St. Anne’s in celebration of its 400th anniversary. A spokesperson said, “The programme will feature popular spirituals arranged... Read more of this article

Primary School Choir Competition On Feb 11

Primary School Choir Competition On Feb 11

The Berkeley Institute Dame Marjorie Bean Library is getting to present the fourth annual Primary School Valentine’s Choir Competition on Saturday, February 11, with cash prizes for winning schools. The participating schools will include Bermuda Institute, West End Primary, Warwick Academy, Somerset Primary, Purvis Primary, Mount St. Agnes Academy,... Read more of this article

Music Video: Violinist Showcases Bermuda

Music Video: Violinist Showcases Bermuda

Bermuda has been showcased by violinist Sally Potterton as she uses the island as a backdrop to her talents in playing ‘Clean Bandit’ at Admiralty Park. In posting the video, Ms. Potterton said, “As a musician I get to travel and work in some amazing parts of the world. One of the most incredible places I’ve ever been lucky enough... Read more of this article