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Manitoba Chamber Orchestra: Anton Kuerti
Canadian piano legend performing Mozart's Jeunehomme concerto, Westminster United Church, 7:30 p.m.; $26.50, seniors $24.50 and students $7.50.
Camerata Nova: Prophecies & Visions
Words and music of those foretelling the future, Knox United Church, 400 Edmonton, 8 p.m.; free, donations accepted.
West End Cultural Centre Grand Re-Opening Festival
Tell The Band To Go Home Songwriters Circle with Jeff Robson, Lindsay Jane, Dan Frechette, Charlie A'Court, Nicky Mehta and Grant Johnson, 8 p.m.; $15.
Launches Swing for the Fences, a young adult romance, McNally Robinson Grant Park, 7:30 p.m.
Jeff McEnery, continues to June 6; for tickets call 488-4520 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academy Food, Drinks & Music (437 Stradbrook): Ministers of Cool.
LO Pub (330 Kennedy): Timber Timbre and Ghost Bees.
Palm Lounge (Fort Garry Hotel, 222 Broadway): Danny Carroll.
Shannon's Irish Pub (175 Carlton): Neal Pinto.
ZOO (160 Osborne): Red Riot.
In 1987, the music of the Irish band U2 at a concert in Rome was so loud it touched off an earthquake alarm in the Italian capital. Authorities were flooded with calls from residents in two exclusive neighbourhoods who reported their windows were rattling and their furniture was shaking.
Vincent Price, 1911
Lou Gossett, Jr., 1936
Bruce Cockburn, 1945
Neil Finn, 1958
Adam Carolla, 1964
Todd Bridges, 1965
Joseph Fiennes, 1970
Lisa Lopes, 1971
Jamie Oliver, 1975
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