16 Results in category 2017 Showcasing Artists
A total of seventeen artists will be showcasing this year. All of these artists will be available for bookings as part of the Manitoba Arts Network Fall/Winter 2018/19 Performing Arts Touring Season.
From folk, roots and country to classical, dance and theatre there's a little something for everyone, including the kiddies and those of us who could use a little more magic.
With wins at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards, Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards, Native American Music Awards, and Indian Summer Music Awards, it’s safe to say that Dauphin, Manitoba’s Desiree Dorion knows how to craft quality country songs
Winnipeg based folk/Jazz trio CASATI has been captivating audiences with their stories and lush three part harmonies since 2015. With it's ukulele, guitar and upright bass accompaniment, the trio has a little something for everyone.
James and Jamesy's shows are truly fun riffs on British farce that are steeped in playfulness, meticulous physical comedy, and an unabashed love for the unexpected. With loveable characters, rich emotion, and fantastical trips of the imagination.
Gearshifting Performance Works is a not for profit organization and a registered charity, dedicated to contemporary dance. The company’s key activities are new creation and public presentation.
Powerful, soul-inspired, and moving vocals are what you can expect when listening to the music of Jayme Giesbrecht. She was quickly recognized in the Winkler-area as a gifted vocalist, where she started singing in church at 11 years old.
Brent and Sarah Nicholls are a husband and wife team of magicians who travel North America with their one-of-a-kind show. Their interactive performance awaits any audience members that don't mind watching from the edge of their seat!
Gordie Tentrees & Jaxon Haldane- Fresh off their 533-date world tour of Europe, Australia, Canada, UK & Ireland, Gordie Tentrees & Jaxon Haldane perform with 10 instruments, brotherly harmonies and masterful storytelling.
Zal Idrissa Sissokho has not only the name but also the traditions and background of the culture of the Mandingo, in addition to an incredible talent for improvisation. Zal plays the kora and sings melodies in both the Malinke and Wolof languages.
Mark Correia is a world renowned magician, actor and world record holder with over fifteen years of experience. When not performing publicly, Mark tours his magic to private events around Canada. He also makes regular appearances on television.
Awarded as the BC Touring Council’s 2015 Touring Artist of the Year for her role as “classical pianist,” Sarah Hagen shines equally in small halls and on big stages. “Perk up, pianist!” Is a uniquely charming music and storytelling experience.