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July 22, 2003
Free concert and performance series at Cedar Ridge Creative Centre
  
Cultural Interludes at Cedar Ridge is a series of free concerts and
performances taking place at the Cedar Ridge Creative Centre. The concerts and
performances during July, August and September are:

· Sunday, July 27 from 2 to 4 p.m., vocalist Heather Dale will perform Celtic
legends of the Middle Ages. Heather's music reflects a fascination with the
legends of the Middle Ages, particularly the ancient tales of King Arthur and
the Renaissance era.

· Sunday, August 3 from 1 to 2 p.m., the Kingston Road Youth Theatre Project
will perform Sophocles's Antigone. Performed for the first time over 2,500
years ago, Antigone is a story of power and justice.

· Sunday, August 17 from 2 to 4 p.m., Toronto songwriter and instrumentalist
Trevor Mills presents his repertoire ranging from the funny to the serious and
the whimsical to the timeless. Known for getting toes tapping and audiences
singing along, Trevor will perform a mix of folk, country and jazz.

· Sunday, September 21 from 2 to 4 p.m., acoustic pop artists Nikki Loney and
Justin Abedin will entertain audiences with music from their latest CD, Lies
and Accusations. With his custom eight-string guitar, Justin will skilfully
perform chords, textures and grooves that serve as background for Nikki's
sardonic stories of loss, betrayal and hope.

Admission to all events is free. All events take place at the Cedar Ridge
Creative Centre, 225 Confederation Dr. (south of Lawrence Avenue East, east of
Markham Road).

For more information on the performances, please call 416-396-4026.

Media contact:
Economic Development Culture and Tourism Media Hotline 416-560-8726



 

 

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