Dalhousie Arts Centre

Dalhousie Arts Centre, Halifax: Address, Phone Number, Dalhousie Arts Centre Reviews: 3.5/5

Dalhousie Arts Centre
3.5
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Neighbourhood: South End

3.5
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Larry C
4,324 contributions
More than just the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium
May 2019 • Solo
The Arts Centre, at Dalhousie University, contains a number of theatres, an art gallery, classrooms, and a sculpture garden.
Since 1953 the Art Gallery has offered a program of travelling and in-house curated exhibitions of contemporary and historical artworks, both Canadian and international in origin.
Admission to the gallery is free.
When the university is in session, parking in the area is very limited.
Written 2 June 2019
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Dan B
Yarmouth, Canada9 contributions
Beautiful Music
Feb 2017 • Couples
My wife and I attended a concert featuring Thomas Goodyear as solo pianist with the Halifax Symphony. Grieg's Sonata in A minor was the main event of the evening. In one word Goodyear's performance was "magnificent"
Written 10 February 2017
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Jane A
Truro, Canada172 contributions
poor service for people with disabilities
Dec 2016
I tried to book tickets for my sister and I to go to the nutcracker in December 2016. We needed one wheelchair accessible ticket and one general admission ticket. They would not sell me two tickets together, my sister had to sit alone in the accessible seating I and have to sit alone in the general seating. IF on the day of the event the accessible seats were not sold out they MAY let us sit together. I didn't book the tickets my sister needs help and didn't feel comfortable with the possibility of sitting alone. If you need accessible seating go to Neptune theatre they are more accommodating.
Written 5 December 2016
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Jim d
Halifax, Canada973 contributions
Handel's Messiah
Dec 2015
Definitely a must see. The Nova Scotia Symphony under the direction of Alexander Weinmann along with the Noca Scotia Chorus put on an outstanding performance. It was a special Christmas evening. The evening also highlighted Jacqueline Woodley (Sorprano), Kriszina Szabo (Mezzo-Sorprano), Aaron Sheehan (Tenor)and Mattew Zadow (Baritone). Personally I felt that while all the singers were very good - Ms Szabo stood out for her clarity and tone. The orchestra and the choir were in tune with one another and created a magnificent sound. Mr. Weinmann was energetic and totally involved with the music and it was illustrated in his interpretation of the music.

Kudoos to all involved. A must see any holiday season.
Written 21 December 2015
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