Doors at 8:30 p.m., Show at 9 p.m.
$15 at the door
Bryce Kulak is a composer, pianist, singer, and actor with a 25 year career in theatre and music. As a singer-songwriter, he made his debut with the Edmonton Symphony. Bryce co-created the award-winning shows Nami Namersson…(Sterling, Outstanding Score), The Man That Got Away (Berlin DAAD Short Film Prize), Bears (Sterling, Outstanding Score), and La Casati (part of Reframed at AGO; Dora-nominated). He tours with a series of chamber-musicals (Tom Allen’s Bohemians in Brooklyn, The Judgment of Paris, From Weimar To Vaudeville, and The Missing Pages), playing classical music and his original songs. As half of the touring cast of 2 Pianos 4 Hands, Bryce has performed the show 140 times in six cities. He has played a series of sold-out cabarets at Soulpepper Theatre; you can hear highlights on their podcast. Bryce’s albums Welcome, Tin Can Telephone, and The Man That Got Away are on iTunes.
Pianist, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Robbie Grunwald has been performing with a diverse roster of Canadian musicians for almost two decades. In this new chapter, Robbie has turned his attention back to the starting point of his career. The piano. After a fruitful residency at the Banff Centre for the arts, Robbie Grunwald has emerged with a series of compositions for solo piano. The music is at once sparse, lush, and beautiful.