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When

Occurs on Saturday February 25 2023

Approximate running time: 1 hour and 30 minutes

Venue

The Capitol Theatre
421 Victoria Street
Nelson BC V1L 5R2

Event Notes

× Adult $30 NEW! Student $25.50

This show is part of the CAPITOL SEASON.

Tickets can be purchased here for the price listed above or bundled as part of a FULL SEASON PASS (14 shows - 15% savings) or HALF SEASON PASS (min. 5 shows - 10% savings) by calling the box office at (250) 352-6363.

This show is also one of our ENHANCED EXPERIENCES!

Gather a friend or two (or more!) who will also be attending this show and receive an optional Capitol Dinner Club package complete with show-related facts, fun quiz, playlist, and curated recipes contributed by local chefs and foodies. You as the host can pull the whole meal together yourself or distribute the recipes among your friends for a truly collaborative pre-show dinner celebration. The package will be sent to all ticket holders 1 week in advance along with details on how to enter a draw open to Dinner Club participants only for free tickets to a future Capitol Theatre event.

About the show -

Oktopus is a major presence on the Canadian world music scene, with over 250 performances to its credit at home and abroad.

The group is primarily devoted to klezmer distinguished by a novel approach that incorporates various components of the classical and Quebecois repertoire, with some jazz and Balkan accents.

The eight virtuoso musicians offer festive, high-energy performances, at once melancholic and profound, sprinkled with humour and spiced with narrative, in which original compositions and finely crafted arrangements combine with improvisation. Its members’ complicity, shared passion, and hard work are what makes each of their performances so memorable—whetheron stage, in the street, on a ship, in a hot air balloon or in your living room, Oktopus is simply...spectentacular!

“Paquin-Buki is the driving force behind Oktopus's mission to perpetuate klezmer. "By striving to perpetuate this musical tradition, I am keeping the culture of my ancestors alive and this is of special significance to me," he said." Jewish Independant, August 2019

“What I did not anticipate on Sunday night was the level of originality in their compositions and the virtuosity of the soloists” Robert Newton, August 2018

Oktopus website

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COVID Protocols: Show dates, times, and conditions may be subject to change as mandated by Provincial Health Orders. At this time, masks are optional and proof of vaccination is not required. Ticket-holders will be informed by email of any changes to these health and safety measures.

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