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“It conquers the stage” (The Globe and Mail)
“It's part Riverdance, part Stomp" (The Leader Post)
“Sensational!” (Chicago Tribune)
“unreviewable - it has to be experienced.” (Halifax Chronicle)
DRUM! represents the musical heartbeat of Nova Scotia and of all of Canada.
It is a spectacular musical production featuring musicians, dancers, drummers, and singers. Highlighting four principal cultures - Aboriginal, Black, Celtic and Acadian - brought together in a heart-pumping fusion of dance, poetry, music, video, rhythm, and song.
DRUM! is nothing less than a spectacular presentation of the story of four founding cultures in Nova Scota told through a First Nations perspective. With drummers, dancers, singers and musicians from African, Aboriginal, Celtic and Acadian communities, DRUM! takes you on a whirlwind adventure through the culture, music and experiences that are central to early Canadian history.
Through music, video, poetry, dance, rhythm and song, these talented performers have astonished audiences worldwide with the energy, power and lyricism of their show. Since beginning as part of the 2000 Tall Ships Festival in Halifax, DRUM! has grown in international stature and acclaim as a rousing performance that uses unique cultural traditions to show that “we can hold on to who we are and share a stage, a song, a country, a world.”
"I thought the performance was fantastic. Depicting Canadian Acadian history through song and dance brings richness to our culture that can be missed with plain words...” – CFTA Patron (Jan. 31/08)
“The performance was amazing! The blending of the four cultures was outstanding. Even learned some history along the way." – CFTA Patron Dawn Curtis (Jan. 31/08)
Platinum Members $41 Gold Members $45 Regular $49
$16 Children 13 & Under
$5 High School $20 University & College
Limited discount student tickets available for all HOT TICKET events with student ID at the Box Office.
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Notification of Entrance Closure - Thistle Complex by Learning Commons - Feb. 6 to March 5
Please be advised that on Monday February 6th, 2012 contractors will begin working on the reconstruction of the Thistle Complex vestibule near the front of Schmon Tower at the south entrance to the Learning Commons.
Please click here to view maps for exact location of work and location of emergency exits.
|Thursday, March 1, 2012||7:30 p.m.|
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