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Christmas With Patricia O’Callaghan & Friends

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Event Name: Christmas With Patricia O’Callaghan & Friends
Event Date(s): December 20, 2017
Location: Collingwood
Website: Click here to visit
Description: Presented by Theatre Collingwood

Wednesday, December 20th, 2017
7:30pm Tickets: $35 (includes HST)
New Life Church, 28 Tracey Lane, Collingwood

STARRING Patricia O’Callaghan
And Including the very talented:
Kevin Fox – cello
Lori Gemmell – harp
Katherine Hill – Nyckelharpa & vocals


Christmas with Patricia O’Callaghan and Friends is an enchanting evening of songs that Patricia carefully selected and recorded with her friends in 2015 in celebration of the holiday season. From Northern Sky by Nick Drake to favourite standards like The First Noel and God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, as well as a few surprising originals, the concert features a wide selection of seasonal songs for the entire audience to enjoy. For Tickets of more Information call 705-445-2200 or visit theatrecollingwood.ca

Patricia O’Callaghan is something of a wandering minstrel. Her fifteen-year career has taken her across genres, continents, and a range of disciplines. Her career spans five solo albums and many guest appearances on other artists’ CDs. A speaker of French, Spanish, and German, her early recordings focused on European cabaret, and she is considered a specialist, most significantly, in the music of Kurt Weill. Patricia has performed his Threepenny Opera, Seven Deadly Sins, and Kleine Mahagonny with Soulpepper Theatre Company, Edmonton Opera, and Vancouver Opera, to name a few. She has sung with some of the world’s great ensembles and artists (Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Don Byron Quartet, Bryn Terfel), and has performed in venues that range from London’s Royal Opera House to New York’s cabaret Le Poisson Rouge. Patricia’s film credits include her own Bravo! special, The CBC produced Ken Finkleman series Foolish Heart, and the semi autobiographical Rhombus / Westwind film Youkali Hotel, for which she won a Golden Sheaf Award for best female performance