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Father and Son Dueling Pianos is Back by Popular Demand

For the third consecutive year, the amazing father-son pianist duo, Eddie and Quincy Bullen, are back at the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 with their Dueling Pianos.

Based in Toronto with roots in Grenada, Eddie and Quincy Bullen engage their audience with a moving musical message told through a variety of piano genres, including jazz and contemporary. The musical arrangements are highlighted by commentary about their family history and relationship. The two grand pianos used for the duel will be positioned in the middle of Kenneth C. Rowe Hall, with seating surrounding the performers, creating an intimate and engaging audience venue. This is a free event, presented in English.

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Winter Games Fun Day!

The Olympic Winter Games are just around the corner and we’re here to help you get ready. Join us at the Museum on Saturday, January 20th from 10 am to 4 pm for a day of hands-on activities to celebrate Korean culture and revisit magical moments in Canadian sports history. Learn to curl with the NS Curling Association, enjoy a Korean martial art demonstration by Gumdo Halifax, explore sports memorabilia from the Nova Scotia Sports Hall of Fame, view past CBC Olympic highlights and more. You’ll be excited to cheer on Canada at PyeongChang 2018 after your day of Winter Games Fun.

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