All or some of this event takes place online

Iskwē & the KSO

Thu April 21, 2022
Sagebrush Theatre (1300 9 Ave, Kamloops, BC V2C 3X5, Canada)
Arts & Culture, Musical Performance

An evocative and intimate sharing invites you into an edgy, emotional, and soulful experience with Cree artist iskwē. Known for weaving elements of pop, jazz, R&B, and music and movement, iskwē’s inventiveness provides new avenues of expression and storytelling. A stunning and eye-opening concert experience awaits those curious.

Advisory: Concert will include coarse language some may find offensive.

Bradley Thachuk, guest conductor
iskwē, guest artist

Vivian Fung: Pizzicato for String Orchestra
Various original works by iskwē

The approximate duration of the concert is 80 minutes without intermission.

As per provincial health orders, this concert is currently limited to 50% capacity, with automatic spacing between ticket purchases. If capacity restrictions change before the concert date, the Kamloops Symphony will communicate any impact to all existing ticket holders.
Please note that the Province of British Columbia requires that all persons age 12 and older attending this performance present proof of vaccination prior to entry to the venue. For additional information please visit the Province of BC.
Additionally, all persons age 5 and older will be required to wear a mask at all times.

All in-person ticket buyers will also receive a link to re-watch the concert online.

Sagebrush Theatre
City Centre

About Sagebrush Theatre

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Located at 1300 9th Avenue, Sagebrush Theatre is a 706 seat Proscenium Theatre, jointly owned by the City of Kamloops and the Kamloops/Thompson School District. Western Canada Theatre acts as the management company for the Sagebrush Theatre, and is responsible for its day to day operation.

Sagebrush Theatre is the home to Western Canada Theatre and the Kamloops Symphony Orchestra, as well as many local and international user groups.

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