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Harmony Concerts

Harmony Concert Fall Line Up

Tickets for all PERTH Events hosted by Harmony Concerts at Studio Theatre are available on their website. 

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Tickets may be sold at the door (but are subject to availability)

The Fugitives

Friday, Oct 27th, 7:30 p.m.

Studio Theatre Perth, 63 Gore St E, Perth

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The Fugitives are an acoustic folk-roots group headed by songwriters Adrian Glynn and Brendan McLeod. They’re joined by banjo player Chris Suen (Viper Central) and violinist Carly Frey (The Coal Porters). Over their first five albums, they’ve amassed a JUNO nomination, and 6 CFMA nominations, and toured extensively through Canada, Europe, and the UK.

Performance highlights include major Canadian folk festivals, a Glastonbury performance, and a tour supporting  Buffy Sainte-Marie. In 2020, the band created RIDGE, a WW1-centered theatre show. Ridge has been performed at theatres across Canada and was named a Globe & Mail Top Arts Pick of the Year.

The band has earned a reputation for unforgettable live shows, brimming with complex harmonies that are infectious.

Shari Ulrich

Saturday, Nov 4th, 7:00 p.m.

Studio Theatre Perth, 63 Gore St E, Perth

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An accomplished and dynamic performer, Shari makes any sized audience feel they are in her living room – drawn in by her insightful lyrics, and her engaging warmth and humour. This will be a special night with Shari for an intimate solo performance at Studio Theatre Perth.

Originally a California girl,  Shari Ulrich settled on the west coast of Canada in 1970 and soon launched her life in music first as a singer and multi-instrumentalist (violin, mandolin, piano, guitar, dulcimer) and in time as a songwriter. From her time with the legendary Pied Pumpkin to The Hometown Band, and on as a solo artist, her career has resulted in 25 albums to date, including collaborations with Bill Henderson and Roy Forbes (UHF), Barney Bentall and Tom Taylor (BTU), and more recently The High Bar Gang. Along the way, she has garnered 2 JUNO awards and several nominations, an induction into the BC Entertainment Hall of Fame, and a 2014 Canadian Folk Music Award for English Songwriter of the Year.

Christmas with Heather Rankin & Sam Stone in Perth

Sunday, Dec 03, 7:30 p.m.

Studio Theatre Perth, 63 Gore St E, Perth

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Heather Rankin follows her 2016 Juno Award Nominated solo album, A Fine Line, with a Christmas album, Imagine. Her angelic voice wraps her listeners in coziness and nostalgia in this ten-song collection, which includes both original songs, co-written by Rankin, and traditional songs she grew up singing at Christmas. The evocative imagery in Rankin’s contemplative lyrics inhabits the same deeply personal world Rankin created in A Fine Line, while songs like “Wrap it Up” harken back with frivolity to the music she created with her siblings as The Rankin Family. 

Imagine begins in contemplation of Christmas Past with Rankin’s soaring rendition of “Once in Royal David’s City,” a song that conjures memories for her of the traditional carols that were sung during the Midnight Masses of her childhood. She also lends her ethereal voice to a definitive rendition of “Silent Night,” a song she remembers being sung with verses in six different languages at St. Mary’s Parish in Mabou, Nova Scotia. 

Sam Stone is a singer/songwriter born and raised in small-town Canada, just outside of Ottawa. Sam has been writing and performing since the age of twelve. Her powerhouse, soulful vocals and seasoned stage presence are in high demand performing with bands in venues and festivals locally but also across Canada and internationally while also being a session vocalist. Sam is finally emerging as a solo artist starting off with the release of her first live session single, “Wanna Be.” 

Anna Ludlow’s Christmas Kitchen Party with special guest Gail Gavin

Friday, Dec 15th, 7:30 p.m.

Studio Theatre Perth, 63 Gore St E, Perth

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 Anna brings her East Coast roots back to the Studio Theatre Perth!

Anna is from Antigonish, Nova Scotia, and has played her fiddle to captivated audiences throughout North America and Europe for over twenty years. Having collaborated with some of eastern Canada’s most renowned artists, in 2005 she became the principal fiddler for the Juno-nominated critically acclaimed production DRUM! and has just finished a 15-month run with the hit and award-winning show ‘COME FROM AWAY’ the Toronto production. 

Outside of theatre work Anna is influenced by her working-class Celtic ancestry and fuses the traditional Cape Breton music of the Scottish Gàidhealtachd with a modern percussive vibe. While weaving other cultural influences into her music, this multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and songwriter uses her dynamic performances to give listeners a modern taste of history and culture.

Anna is a successful solo artist singer/songwriter having been nominated for an East Coast Music Award and a Music Nova Scotia Award for her first album Reel to Reel. Her second album ‘Wherever You Go’ was just nominated for a 2019/2020 East Coast Music Award. Recently, Anna was the 2020 winner of the Ottawa Capital Music Award for solo artist of the year!