Show videos are shot and edited by various TYC parents for the use of the Young Canadians school, the students and their families. You can view video from each show here:
“Our Own Thing” is a tradition that has been around since the 90’s. This year we created a show around a theme that we know best, The Young Canadians. We are opening our doors to you, so you can be a part of the full experience!
How do Canadians deal with a blizzard? Or hail? Or a flood? How do they deal with making it across the prairies and coming up against the Rocky Mountains? How do Canadians deal with a drought or dust bowl? THEY DEAL WITH IT TOGETHER. How do Canadians celebrate a wedding? Pay tribute to a great life at a funeral? Watch the hockey playffs or work in an office or farm? THEY DO IT TOGETHER. And Together became our show.
A collection of performances created by The Young Canadians. Student-led pieces were created by the students themselves! Everything from creative process, concept, directing, choreography, lighting, media and graphic design, sound design and music arrangement, stage...
Everyone knows that guy. You know, the one who’s all excited about some scheme and can’t wait to tell you about it. It does’t matter where he is, he can’t help himself. He starts every conversation with, “Hey, I got this idea – wait till you hear about THIS!” You don’t even have half your beer done and he’s pitched four ideas already. Guy Weadick was that guy. Except for one thing. He made his wild ideas happen. …
Taking the music of the last two decades, this show will twist current hits into the musical styles of the 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s. As well as twisting new to old, we’ve also flipped some old classics on their head.
The Spirit of Christmas celebrates the greatest gifts we can give each other – witness through a reflective and uplifting performance the incredible discovery of angels in our everyday lives.
How many classic Canadians does it take to screw in a lightbulb? Well, let’s see. First there’s the Canadians who say they invented the lightbulb. Then there’s the Canadians who step in and say, “Hey let’s not get all boastful…
Nothing digs deeper and grooves harder than soul music and the Young Canadians have got an abundance of soul to inspire! From small ensembles, talented soloists and stage-filling productions, the audience was taken on a journey showcasing powerful movement of dance and music.
Every summer for almost a hundred years families have driven from town to town across Western Canada to race their wagons around the chuckwagon track. Tonight’s Barnburner celebrates the most exclusive of barn parties that usually require a special invitation.
The Friends of The Young Canadians is a non-profit organization that raises funds for the Young Canadians School of Performing Arts. Funds are used to support many initiatives planned for this year, including boot camp, performance workshops, guest instructors, specialty training and other events to benefit and enhance the members’ experience.
1302 6 St SE
Calgary, AB T2G 4Z2
If you live out of town and aren't able to buy products, you have the option of making a direct donation, which can go towards the student you'd like to support.
Do you know of a great product that we could offer for a future fundraiser? Let us know! We like to buy direct from the vendors if possible.
All suggestions are considered by the Fundraising Committee.