Chris joins Dave Barton & friends again this Friday night, May 31 from 7-10pm at Montes in the Prince George Hotel, downtown Kingston
This week Chris is playing clarinet, bass clarinet and alto sax in the Dan School production of Goodbye Paris.
Performed by students from the Music Theatre Internship course at the Dan School of Drama and Music, Goodbye Paris is a brand-new musical written by veteran creators Paul Ledoux and John Roby, and directed by Eda Holmes with musical direction by Darrell Bryan. The play focuses on The Lost Generation and characters “lost in the shadows” of the iconic figures of Hemingway and the Fitzgeralds. Our characters are young, ambitious and entangled in a complex web of conflicts driven by the corrosive power of fame and confused sexual identities. They live in a narcissistic community feeding off of each other’s lives to create their art. Everyone is on the make. Everyone is falling in love with the wrong person. It’s a laugh riot until a long simmering conflict between Hemingway and his former lover Robert McAlmon knocks their world sideways. And the comedy gets a little darker…
Tickets are available here:
Happy Hour Sound Bytes returns this Friday, May 10 at 5pm for our final concert of the 2018-2019 Season!
Our program is entitled ‘A Box of Chocolates’ and includes Chris Alfano on sax and clarinet, Katie Legere on bassoon, William Egnatoff on flute and our special guest Valery Lloyd-Watts on piano.
The program title embraces the new inclusion of Jame’s Grant’s “Chocolates” in which Katie and Valery will perform Valentine and Chris and Valery will preform Triple Mocha Indulgence.
The program will also feature Valery performing and talking about a couple of her favourite works for piano and joining Chris (on alto sax) and Bill Egnatoff playing the very beautiful Epitaph For Jean Harlow by Charles Koechlin.
Concert is at 5pm at St Mark’s Lutheran Church, 263 Victoria Street. Admission is $15 at the door but only $5 for Queen’s students!
We hope to see you there!