March concert: Harmonic Generation

March 3, 2018
Harmonic Generation
Join us on March 3 to celebrate 10 years of Harmonic Generation with “A Decade of A Cappella,” a benefit for One World Choir.
A project of World Folk Music Ottawa, One World Choir welcomes immigrants and refugees of all backgrounds—not only to share vocal and choral traditions, but to develop community and connection.
Eventbrite - Harmonic Generation

April 28, 2018
Safe Low Limit
Local jazzmen Safe Low Limit plumb the depths of the scale by pitching their sound in the bass clef. Tossing predictability to the winds, this group famously played a gig in an (empty) swimming pool. The lineup includes tuba virtuoso Dr. Keith Hartshorn-Walton; trombonist Steve Berndt; cellist Ken Kanwisher, and drummer Michel Delage.
Eventbrite - Safe Low Limit

Purchase tickets online at Eventbrite.

Tickets

  • General adult: $20
  • Pick-3 Pass: $50
  • Groups of 10+, please call 613-236-3958 for discounted rates.

All concerts start at 7:00 p.m. Your ticket includes sweets and savouries, coffee and tea, or purchase a glass of wine or craft beer.  Tickets and passes are available online at Eventbrite and at the door.

Proceeds from concerts will go towards fair compensation for the artists, and will support church programs.

Sponsorship

We are incredibly excited to bring to our community another year of wonderful music and performance in a casual and intimate setting. Our sponsors help the concert series to achieve success, and we are incredibly grateful to them! If you would like to sponsor us this year, please contact sponsorship@churchoftheascension.ca. We have many options for sponsorship to suit your needs, and we are very thankful for your partnership this year.

Our sponsorship package can be viewed here: Ascension Sponsors

Support for Ascension’s concert series comes from our sponsors:

Word Task

Merriam Print

Cléroux Rénovation Ltée

The Mainstreeter, Old Ottawa East’s community voice

Bluesky Strategy Group Inc.

ViaCibo Italian Street Food

Campbell Douglas Keyboards

And a grant from Service Canada’s Summer Jobs program.

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