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Christmas Concert Cancelled

Confederation Centre of the Arts remains closed to the public following the instigation of a ‘circuit breaker’ measure for local health protocols.

Unfortunately, due to this ongoing public health situation, the Centre’s holiday variety concert, Comfort & Joy (scheduled for Dec. 20) will be unable to proceed.

For those currently holding tickets, please <https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/T9WNFS2> fill out the online form<https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/T9WNFS2> for processing options. The Centre team is dealing with a high volume of bookings and greatly appreciates the patience and support of patrons during this process.

Centre staff remain available via email and phone and are working safely on-site or at home.


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Working on the Clampdown

Confederation Centre of the Arts will be closed to the public as of Tuesday December 8. This follows the Chief Public Health Office’s (CPHO) instigation of a two-week ‘circuit breaker’ approach to protocols, extending until December 21.

This closure includes the Confederation Centre Art Gallery, the Confederation Centre Public Library, The Story of Confederation, and other arts education offerings. The remaining 2020 dance umbrella classes are cancelled, and the program will resume in the new year.

The Centre’s two scheduled holiday concerts, Comfort & Joy (Dec. 20) and The East Pointers (part of Capital New Year, Dec. 30-31) are tentative at this time, pending updates from CPHO. Depending on the unfolding public health situation, one or both of these concerts may proceed and patrons are asked to hold on to their tickets and watch confederationcentre.com<http://www.confederationcentre.com&gt; and Centre social media for updates in the next week.

Patrons with ticketing questions can contact the Centre’s box office via email, boxoffice@confederationcentre.com<mailto:boxoffice@confederationcentre.com>. All Confederation Centre staff are still available via email and phone and are either working from home or safely on-site.

Patrons are also reminded that year-end giving is still available at this time, with options to give online at confederationcentre.com/donate<http://www.confederationcentre.com/donate&gt; or via mail: 145 Richmond Street, Charlottetown, PE, C1A1J1. End-of-year donations must be received by December 31, 2020 in order to receive a taxation receipt.


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Expand Your Horizons

The Guild’s Musical Theatre Classes are EXPANDING! Since The Guild has started Musical Theatre Programming for children, it has blossomed into a very successful Musical Theatre School! So, why not take it a bit further? The Guild will now be offering classes in Broadway Tap Dance for youth, Junior and Intermediate Hip Hop, Teen and Adult Tap as well as Step for all ages!Our Music Theatre School director is Lori Linkletter. Lori Linkletter owns and operates Linkletter Music Studio in Charlottetown, teaching voice, piano, theory, history, harmony and Music Theatre. Ms. Linkletter has studied at Sheridan College Music theatre program, The Glenn Gould School of music, the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto obtaining her Performance and Teaching Certificates in 1997. Ms. Linkletter’s principal voice teacher was Paul Massel, and her piano teachers were Jenny Regher and Charlene Biggs. Lori studied choral conducting techniques with Dr. Tuttle at the Royal Conservatory of Music and sang with the Eastminister United Church Choir under the direction of Alan Coffin. Lori taught at the studio of Paul Massel at the royal conservatory of Music, Toronto where she taught private students, beginning male singing techniques and conducted the 150 member beginner’s chorus before returning to PEI in 1997.Instructing our specialized dance classes is Kennedy Leard? Kennedy is a recent graduate from Randolph College for the Performing Arts in Toronto, and has also earned a diploma in Theatre Performance at Holland College School of Performing Arts on Prince Edward Island. Kennedy has been in Anne and Gilbert as “Gertie Pye” for five consecutive years and has full training as a choreographer and a dance captain in many musical productions such as Bring it On the Musical, and Happy Days the Musical and is thrilled to be back on the island to teach! “I’m so excited to have Kennedy return to the Guild MTS as a Graduate from the Randolph school of performing arts in Toronto.” Lori Linkletter

We’re so excited to get these new classes underway, but spaces are very limited! Register on our website theguildpei.com or call (902)620-3333 today to snag your spot!

Media Contact Alanna Jankov – CEO The Guild 9026203475.


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Coming Right Up

Charlottetown Musical Concerts and The Guild co-present the holiday musical theatre celebration, Cocktails & Candy Canes at The Guild (111 Queen Street Street) on Monday,
December 21 and Tuesday, December 22.

Show times are 6:00pm and 8:30pm (2 performances per evening: 90-minute duration) and advanced tickets [highly recommended] are $25.00 (reserved seating).

New to the scene, Charlottetown Musical Concerts adds to the region’s vibrant performing arts landscape. Professional musical theatre talents kick it up in a festive evening of holiday song! From
sacred to scintillating, jazz to gospel – and all musical styles in between, Cocktails & Candy Canes is an entertaining evening not to be missed!

One part simplicity, one part stylishly chic. Shaken – not stirred!

Cocktails & Candy Canes features professional musical theatre artists Jessica Burrett, Caroline Burton, Réjean Cournoyer, Jessica Gallant, Jacob Hemphill, Colin Kelly, Melissa MacKenzie, Brandon Roy, Luc Trottier, Emma Wright-Rudy, and Christopher Wilson.

Purchase your tickets by visiting theguildpei.com or by calling (902)620-3333!

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