We’re excited about the guest artists coming for 2019/2020 and we know you will be, too! Every week we’re sharing a little bit about the talented individuals who’ll be sharing the stage with the CPO in the upcoming season. These singer/songwriters are all making waves through their music and their advocacy:

Jeremy Dutcher

Polaris Prize and Juno Award-winner Jeremy Dutcher is at the forefront of today’s surging Indigenous renaissance. His genre-bending work shatters assumptions and asserts a powerful new vision for Indigenous music. Alongside the CPO, Dutcher will perform music inspired by 110-year-old wax cylinder recordings of his ancestors’ songs.

Jeremy Dutcher in Concert
8 November 2019 / 7:30 PM
Jack Singer Concert Hall

Paul Brandt

Paul Brandt is the most awarded male Canadian country artist in history. Throughout his remarkable career, he has focused on using his celebrity to shine a light on the lives of those less fortunate. #NotInMyCity is a movement launched by Brandt to raise awareness and help prevent and end sexual exploitation and trafficking, focusing on children and youths. Brandt joins the CPO at home in Calgary for an evening of holiday cheer.

Paul Brandt’s Country Christmas
11 + 12 December 2019 / 7:30PM
Jack Singer Concert Hall

Jess Moskaluke

Jess Moskaluke, the 2018 CCMA Award winner for “Album of the Year,” was the first Canadian female country artist since (her childhood idol) Shania Twain to achieve platinum single status. Moskaluke has achieved not one, but six top 10 hits, and multiple Juno Award nominations. She has been an advocate for the MS Society for most of her life. Her ability as a vocalist and her tenacity has shaped not only her character but also her performances. She joins the CPO in 2020 to perform for the first time with an orchestra.

Jess Moskaluke in Concert
2 May, 2020 / 7:30 PM
Jack Singer Concert Hall