Leaving behind the main road anywhere in southern Ontario will take you past houses gathered around signs improbably announcing the presence of a town. Each home stands as evidence of lives lived staunchly beyond the urban crush where night skies still yield a harvest of stars.

 

Through Nobel Laureate Alice Munro’s Lying Under The Apple Tree, and poetry by Chris Banks, composer Ben Bolt-Martin will paint the sights, sounds, and flavour of small town Ontario.

SUNDAY, 8 APRIL 2018

Program

Music by Ben Bolt-Martin

Artists

Marion Adler, narrator

Factory Arts Ensemble

Peter Shackleton, clarinet

Judith Davenport, viola

Ian Whitman, bass

Graham Hargrove, percussion

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