The Thunder Bay Symphony Youth Orchestra (TBSYO) took centre stage, delighting Sioux Lookout community members with classic masterpieces and contemporary works, during a concert in the Upper Legion Hall on March 14.
Award-winning Canadian country music group Doc Walker made their Sioux Lookout debut during their Sioux-Hudson Entertainment Series performance on Feb. 21.
Chris McKhool (centre) invited Kids Kaleidoscope Entertainment Series showgoers to perform on stage with him and his friends Kevin Laliberte (right) and Drew Birston (left) during the trio s performance at Sioux North High School on Feb. 27.
After waiting two months since the last Sioux-Hudson Entertainment Series performance, community members packed the Sioux North High School cafetorium to watch the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre s production of The New Canadian Curling Club on Jan. 30.
Children and their parents didn t just take in last Thursday s Kids Kaleidoscope Entertainment Series presentation they became the stars of the show...
The band Hot Mess entertained visitors to the Sioux Lookout Multicultural Youth Centre on Dec. 20 with songs of the season and a variety of cover songs.
Students of the Sioux Lookout Multi-Cultural Youth Music Program played in front of a packed crowd at the Multicultural Youth Centre during their third annual Christmas concert on Dec. 13...
Sioux Lookout filmmaker Nadine Arpin was awarded with the Best Low Budget Documentary award during the Annual Silver Wave Film Festival, which took place from Nov. 7 to 10 in New Brunswick.
Anishinaabe violist and composer, and Sioux Lookout resident, Melody McKiver has been named one of 15 finalists from across Ontario for the inaugural Johanna Metcalf Performing Arts Prizes.
Members of various Sioux Lookout church choirs and the Sioux Lookout Community Choir had the opportunity to sing alongside the Elmer Iseler Singers during their Sioux-Hudson Entertainment Series performance on Nov. 8.
The Sioux Lookout Kids Kaleidoscope Entertainment Series began a new season of showcasing performing arts to local and area children on Oct. 24.
Canadian actress, comedian, and storyteller Melody Johnson brought humor, through a relatable topic of having bad neighbours, during her performance of Person of Interest at the Sioux-Hudson Entertainment Series on Oct. 16.
Irish-born Canadian contemporary folk singer-songwriter Irish Mythen helped kick off the 2019-2020 Sioux-Hudson Entertainment Series with a performance that featured talented guitar playing, humorous storytelling, and a soulful voice that filled...
Sioux Lookout band Hot Mess shared that they had the experience of a lifetime playing at the Wake The Giant Music Festival at the Thunder Bay Waterfront on Sept. 14.
Sioux Lookout residents and visitors to town braved rainy weather and cooler temperatures on August 26 and 27 to attend the Select Shows midway, set up at the ball diamonds.
Sioux Lookout Multicultural Youth Music Program instructor Tommy Kuzemczak gave students in his music program an opportunity to keep up their skills over the summer by putting on a concert for Alcona residents and visitors from Sioux Lookout on August 16.
September 19 marks the beginning of another Sioux-Hudson Entertainment Series season as big city performing arts return to Sioux Lookout.
Singer-songwriter and former Sioux Lookout resident Nick Sherman announced that he will be performing at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa on Sept. 20.
Sioux Lookout residents and visitors to town were treated to more than a dozen musical performances on the afternoon and evening of August 4 during this year s Sioux Mountain Music Festival, which took place at the Town Beach.
The music duo Khione & Jakean, made up of Sioux Lookout musicians Piper Jewell (Khione) and Keaton Mason (Jakean), announced that they ll be releasing an EP (extended play record) this month.
Kids Kaleidoscope Entertainment Series showgoers cheered, laughed and contemplated throughout Axis Theatre s recent presentation of Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch.