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Hinton dancers go international

After a successful and organized year, Hinton School of Dance (HSD) showed off their best routines during two weekends of performances in May. Around 100 students took to the stage and 38 of them form the exam division who after precise training will take the international exam on June 13 and 14.

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Mountain View preps for a musical adventure

Wild animals have been roaming around École Mountain View School preparing for their big stage debut in June.

Music and drama teacher Jessica Smeall has been working with students from grade four to seven since December on the junior play, ‘Madagascar – A Musical Adventure.’

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Wild Mountain Mash Up returns with two categories

Emerging performers will have a chance to earn a shot on the Wild Mountain Music Festival main stage in 2020 as the Mash Up returns on June 1 at Masters.

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Colin James returns to Wild Mountain stage

Tyler Waugh news@hintonvoice.ca Colin James got back to the blues with his last album, and in July he’s getting back to the Wild Mountain Music Festival main stage to headline Saturday night. James headlined in 2016 and Jason Williams, music director for Wild Mountain, said the crowd can expect a live performance that has continued […]

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Young stars come to shine in Grand fashion

If this past week’s Grand Concert to close out the Yellowhead Regional Arts Festival showed anything it’s that the kids are, indeed, alright.

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Open mic music a creative outlet for Paquet

The Old Grind has been a significant creative outlet for Alice Paquet, and on May 11 she returns to the coffee shop for Siren Sessions; celebrating women in music.

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Drama returns with one-act-play

Drama teacher Chandra Moir and her students are working this semester on a one-act play called ‘How to Succeed in High School Without Really Trying’ by Jonathan Rand.

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