Burlington Performing Arts Centre has something for everyone in February
Published February 10, 2023 at 12:58 pm
The Burlington Performing Arts Centre calendar is bursting for the rest of February with a little something for everyone’s taste.
Here’s a look at the lineup for the next few weeks.
The Essence of Cohen, Friday, Feb. 10: The poetic and lyrical legacy of Leonard Cohen is celebrated by Montréal-born Robert Shea in this musical concert dedicated to the unique and iconic Canadian.
The Rowdymen, Music from the Rock, Saturday, Feb. 11: The Rowdymen feature stars of Toronto’s smash hit Come From Away. Come out for an evening of the very best traditional, contemporary and original Newfoundland music, a few jigs, reels, and a wonderful, grand time!
Burlington Symphony Orchestra, A Musical Valentine’s Day Treat, Sunday, Feb. 12: Join us for an afternoon of musical love themes and celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Symphony.
Bodrug’s Burlington Dance Company, Sunday, Feb. 12: Spotlight kicks off performance season. Showcasing choreography by guest artists and in-house faculty, this show features and premieres students in their solo and duet routines before they hit the competitive circuit later this month.
The Legendary Brant Inn, Valentine’s Encore Event, Tuesday, Feb. 14: By popular demand this wonderful show returns with added music and vocals.
Feeling Buble, Valentine’s special, Tuesday, Feb. 14: The perfect Valentine’s date night. Come spend a magical evening enjoying Michael Buble’s most popular hits performed by Jay Davis from the Canadian cast of Dear Evan Hansen.
Madison Violet, Thursday, Feb. 16: After 20 years together, Juno nominated singer-song-writing duo Madison Violet are as much wanderers as they are musicians. It is a career filled with endless roads stretching into the horizon, winding through changing landscapes, each kilometre traveled carrying with it the promise of inspiration.
Kim Mitchell, Saturday, Feb. 18: Mitchell is one of the most well-known and peer-respected Canadian guitar players and an acclaimed singer-songwriter who has written many classic rock anthems including Go For Soda, Patio Lanterns, and I Am a Wild Party.
Francine Kay, Sunday, Feb. 19: Canadian pianist Francine Kay has performed extensively in Europe, North America, and Asia, at venues such as Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall, Lincoln Center, Salle Gaveau, The National Gallery, Roy Thomson Hall, The Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concerts, and Bargemusic.
Imagination Movers, Monday, Feb, 20: A rock band for families and the Emmy-winning stars of a hit TV series seen worldwide on the Disney Junior channel. There are 76 episodes of ‘Imagination Movers’ translated in more than 20 languages.
Sean Cullen’s Comedy Cocktail, Wednesday, Feb. 22: Get ready to laugh the night away with this award-winning Canadian comedian. Having traveled the world for more than three decades as a master of improvisation and an accomplished impressionist who delights in the absurd, this show is not to be missed by anyone who wants a good laugh.
Trooper, Thursday, Feb. 23: One of Canada’s most iconic bands will be bringing such hits as General Hand Grenade, We’re Here for a Good Time and Boys in the Bright White Sportscar to the BPAC stage.
Rhinestone Cowgirl, Feb. 23 to 26: Much loved for her spectacular Patsy Cline concerts, Leisa Way literally erupts onto the stage in a flurry of feathers, fringe and bejewelled finery. The one-liners and commentaries that Way delivers throughout the tribute are entertaining and hilarious.
For more information about any of the shows, or to purchase tickets, visit the BPAC website.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising