July 15, 2019
HAVEN Vanguard Trio led by jazz pianist Timothonius will appear as part of Gospel in the Square on August 17. Image supplied.
The National Music Centre (NMC)’s annual summer music series returns to East Village’s C-Square from August 3-24 with a roster of global sounds drawn from the local community.
The annual summer series, which takes place at the corner of 7 Avenue and 4 Street SE in East Village, will feature diverse genres from Klezmer to gospel and Chinese traditional to Latin grooves.
“We’ve been connecting with different cultural communities around the city and are excited to share a taste of their sounds this summer,” said Paul Brooks, NMC’s Performance and Artist Programs Manager. “This summer concert series is an opportunity to showcase different styles of music from around the world by musicians who call Calgary home.”
C-Square is located at the corner of 7th Avenue and 4th Street SE in East Village. Image supplied by East Village Calgary.
These free, family-friendly performances run each Saturday, weather permitting, from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, August 3-24.
This year’s Saturdays in C-Square performers are:
- August 3: Klezmer in the Square: Schmenge with The Calgary Musicscapes Band
- August 10: Chinese Traditional in the Square: Musesica Trio with Harmony Guzheng Ensemble
- August 17: Gospel in the Square: HAVEN Vanguard with Calgary South Sudanese Gospel Choir
- August 24: Latin in the Square: Carolina Slim with La Mosca
Saturdays in C-Square is the perfect complement to a day spent in East Village. Play games and shoot some hoops at The Bounce, East Village’s games park located on the corner of 8 Avenue and 4 Street SE.
Then make your way to Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre. Tour five floors of awe-striking architecture, new exhibitions celebrating Canadian icons, pop-up performances, and hands-on activities every weekend at Studio Bell.