Events & Ticketing Info
DEC 2 – Digital Currents – Live!
About the Series
Digital Currents is a recorded and live music showcase for five emerging and independent musicians and bands from across BC. The artists, reviewed by a jury panel and selected by Tobin, will spend two days at Song Sparrow Hall recording 15 and 30-minute segments with a professional camera and sound recording crew before the live showcase on Dec. 2. The series, which will be beamed into houses and onto screens starting next month, will also feature documentary-style interviews with the performers.
Organized by the SAFMS with the support of the BC Arts Council and the Province of British Columbia, the new series saw applications from musicians of all ages and genres and all corners of the province. In the end, five were chosen to perform in Digital Currents:
Brass Camel, Vancouver
- Brass Camel, Vancouver
- Claire Coupland Duo, Victoria
- Dave Barber Trio, Penticton
- Heather Gemmell, Kimberley
- Rebecca Sichon Duo, Kelowna
Join us for this FREE showcase, December 02 at Song Sparrow Hall, 7pm
Doors 6:00pm / Showtime 7:00pm.
Presented by Salmon Arm Folk Music Society
Dec 15 – Holiday Train Open House
Join us for some festive cheer as we open our lounge prior to the arrival of the Holiday Train in Salmon Arm! The train is scheduled to arrive at 7:45 pm, with the show starting at 8pm, directly across the street from Song Sparrow Hall at the Lordco Parking Lot.
We have invited the Chorogues, a band of talented local musicians to perform 2 sets of music between 5:30 pm and 7:30pm in the lounge.
Marionette Winery will be selling mulled wine with other hot drinks and snacks available.
Food Bank Donations Accepted,
FREE Family Friendly Event
5:30 – 7:30 pm
180 Lakeshore Dr NW
Directly across from the downtown train stop (Lordco parking lot)
Train arrives at 7:45 / Showtime 8:00
Shuswap Park Mall
Salmon Arm Financial
Presented by Song Sparrow Hall
DEC 19 – Song Sparrow Sound Bath w/ Kate Fagervik
~ Peace Begins With Me ~
Wanna get bowled? All are welcome to gather on Tuesday, December 19th from 5:30 – 7:00 pm for the first ever Song Sparrow Sound Bath experience. During this relaxing singing bowl session, you will explore meditation techniques designed to tap into the vibration of peace, tuning into the energy of the winter solstice for a moment of Zen during the busy holiday season.
Kate Fagervik will offer meditation practices, while playing quartz crystal singing bowls, within the beautiful acoustics of the concert hall that wash through participants’ minds, bodies, and hearts ~ creating peaceful vibes from the inside out!
What to bring: A water bottle, warm comfy clothes, yoga mat/blanket/supplies to create a personal meditation nest on the ground and become your coziest self. Doors will be open at 5pm to get settled before the event begins.
~ Bio ~
Kate Fagervik @mrsfagervik (she/her) is an artist, educator, musician and magic maker who lives in Secwepemc’ulucw with her husband Eric, dog Dolly and cat Jean. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Visual Arts, and has trained in hatha, restorative, pre/post-natal, kids and laughter yoga, meditation and sound healing, and has worked as an entrepreneur, educator and artist. She has published books about how to make your period your life coach, leads workshops and courses, and loves to work collaboratively with other mystics, researchers and creatives.
Doors 5:00 pm / Event 5:30 – 7:00 pm
Presented by Song Sparrow Hall