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2017 Peter Schneider Concert Series

June 4 - August 20

The Peter Schneider Concert Series returns this summer with performances by talented local artists every Sunday evening.

JUNE 4

LES FRÉROTS ROCHERS – This bilingual band plays
high energy, original rock music that pays homage to
some of Canada’s most eclectic and celebrated rock
acts. The group consists of Franco-Ontarian brothers Phil
and Vincent Paiement, Algerian brothers Hichem and
Fateh Anabi, as well as long-time collaborator Donald
Thibert. – Grace Hartman Amphitheatre

JUNE 11

NORTHERN BRASS CHOIR – The Northern Brass
Choir was established 1993 as a community ensemble
to provide brass musicians with opportunities beyond
playing in a band or orchestra. Members range from
college and university students to professional musicians,
and retired persons. – William Bell Gazebo

JUNE 18

NO NAME BAND – The No Name Band provides
entertainment to people of all ages. The audience will
love to sing along to their familiar tunes. The band
features Nick on guitar and vocals, Lloyd on guitar and
fiddle, Donna on mandolin, clarinet and vocals, and
Judy on keyboard. – William Bell Gazebo

JUNE 25

KEVIN CLOSS –Kevin Closs is a singer-songwriter
from Manitoulin. Since 1988 he has released eleven
albums and performed across Canada. His contributions
to the Sudbury arts community earned him the Jackie
Washington Award in 2002 and the Mayor’s Celebration
of the Arts Award in 2016. – William Bell Gazebo

JULY 2

MORGAN BALLANTYNE – Starting as a teenager with a
curiosity for piano and voice, Morgan joined his school
choir and undertook private lessons. Influenced by many
great Canadian artists, such as Gordon Lightfoot, his
performance will include well know classic rock and folk
music. – William Bell Gazebo

JULY 9

Northern Lights Festival BorealNo concert scheduled

JULY 16

6 TWO OF CLUBS –THE TWO OF CLUBS is a raw
acoustic guitar and piano duo played to bring the
audience through a history of music with songs swaying
through genres sure to get your feet tapping and singing
along. – William Bell Gazebo

JULY 23

SUDBURY GUITAR TRIO – Audiences and critics
worldwide have acclaimed the energetic and playful stage
presence of the Sudbury Guitar Trio. Concert programs
specialize in eclectic, audience-specific performance of
new music, traditional classical, and fun arrangements
of pop/rock to reach the widest audience.
William Bell Gazebo

JULY 30

KASS BAZINET – Kassie has performed in a number
of theatre productions and was a lead vocalist in an
international touring group. Her pop folk compositions
tell the stories of travels, loves and loss as seen through
the eyes of a young Canadian girl. – William Bell Gazebo

AUG 6

MIKE TRUDELL – With 3 singles on Country Radio
this singer/songwriter is no stranger to the Canadian
country music scene. After a nudge from singer George
Canyon, Mike decided to leave the medical field and play
music full time. – Grace Hartman Amphitheatre

AUG 13

KELLY PERRAS & KEVIN O’DONNELL – This
powerhouse vocal duo delivers exhilarating performances
of legendary Canadian songwriters ranging from Leonard
Cohen to Joni Mitchell, the Guess Who and Arcade Fire.
William Bell Gazebo

AUG 20

SWING FEVER OCTET – The Swing Fever Octet are
a perennial favorite of the concert series attracting
hundreds of listeners and dancers each summer. The
band incorporates many well-known tunes with varied
rhythms for toe tapping and high stepping. They play
current hits with ballroom and big band sounds to
round out two hours of music under the stars.
(7:00-9:00p.m.)– Katherine Bell Gazebo

Times: Concerts begin at 7:00 p.m. and end
around 8:00 p.m.

Location: All concerts will take place in Bell
Park at one of three locations; the William
Bell Gazebo (white gazebo with a green roof),
the Katherine Bell Gazebo (on the boardwalk
with the dancing on the deck), or at the Grace
Hartman Amphitheatre.

Admission: Concerts are free of charge

Parking: Elizabeth Street Parking – Follow
Paris Street to John Street and turn right onto
Elizabeth.

York Street Parking – Follow Paris Street to
park at York. Access the Jim Gordon Boardwalk
through Bell Park.

Seating: Concerts are held outdoors. Bring a
lawn chair or blanket for seating.

Rain Venue: If undesirable weather occurs,
the concert will be performed at St. Peter’s
United Church located at 203 York St.
*Grace Hartman Amphitheatre concerts
are rain or shine.

For more information or to arrange
accessible requirements, please contact
Shelley Lalonde at 705-674-4455 Ext. 2453

Details

Start:
June 4
End:
August 20
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