Sat, Oct

Musique Royale “Cookie Concert” returns to LSA, October 5th

MUSIQUE ROYALE presents​ ​Doogie & Dun

Saturday Oct 5, 2:00p.m. at Lunenburg School of the Arts

$5 at the door (4 years and under free).

Musique Royale presents Doogie & Dun, a collaboration between two long time Canadian musician/vocalists who will touch the hearts and funny bones of fans of all ages and musical persuasions. Douglas John Cameron and Duncan Fremlin share almost a combined century on stage, Douglas as an award winning vocalist and songwriter, and Duncan as the leader of Whiskey Jack, one of the longest running bands in Canadian country music. Their collaboration was born 10 years ago but continues to evolve as they travel the country with their very popular show, Whiskey Jack Presents Stories and Songs of Stompin’ Tom. Hear a “best of” collection of their catalogue of songs interspersed with outrageous tales of their many encounters with fellow Canadians, characters right out of a Charles Dickens book! Get ready to laugh and jiggle with Doogie and Dun at Musique Royale’s opening Cookie Concert! Copy of Arabesques & Pantomimes Poster

Cookie Concerts​ are hour long presentations incorporating music with other artistic creativity, for the whole family to enjoy! Come out the first Saturday of each month from October-June, always 2 pm at the Lunenburg School of the Arts.

Musique Royale ​is a prolific, province-wide presenter of music in Nova Scotia. Since its founding in 1985, this non-for-profit has brought world class music to venues of architectural and historic significance across the province. Presenting Symphony Orchestras and Chorus’ in beautiful churches to salon-style events, and children-friendly shows encompassing jazz, world, classical, and more. Whatever your appetite for music is, Musique Royale has something for everyone!

Musique Royale gratefully acknowledges​ the Federal Department of Canadian Heritage, the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage, Arts Nova Scotia, the Lunenburg School of the Arts, the Lloyd Carr Harris Foundation, the Craig Foundation, the Nova Scotia Health Board, anonymous contributors, corporate and individual sponsors, committed volunteers and all patrons for their kind and generous support of Musique Royale. We remember with gratitude Peggy Corkum, longtime major season benefactor of Musique Royale, who passed away December, 2018.