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Event Details

Event Details

Steve Bell at Providence
Thursday November 21, 2013

Providence University College Guest Lectures

A Troubadour’s Pilgrimage Through Advent, Christmastide, and Epiphany

The annual Providence University College Guest Lectures is an opportunity for students, faculty, and the public to come together as a community to hear from an outside expert on a topic of contemporary interest. The day is organized by the Public Scholarship Committee. Free Admission – No Registration Required

Featuring Guest Speaker: Steve Bell



9:00 am:    Keening for the Dawn
10:30 am:  Descent
1:00 pm:    Epiphany on the Jordan
2:30 pm:    Panel Discussion  

Location: Providence Lecture Theatre, located in the Hanna Centre

Steve Bell Performance

Performance starts at 7:00 pm
Location: Providence Reimer Student Life Centre
The concert will be followed by festive refreshments.

Tickets: $20 *GST included ($25 at the door- cash only *GST included)
Providence students: $10 *GST included. (Students must register at the Business Office)

Click here to register or call 204.433.7488 ext. 254
Register online by November 15 and be entered to win tickets to see Steve Bell
with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra December 1st.
Deadline for online registration and student purchases at the Business Office is November 20th.
After the deadline, all tickets must be purchased at the door for $25.


Steve Bell has been performing music and touring since he was eight years old.  Since his first solo album in 1989, Bell has released 17 CDs, 3 concert videos and performed over 1500 concerts across Canada, the US, southeast Asia, Europe, and throughout the Caribbean. More recently, Bell’s work has resulted in 26 concerts with symphony orchestras across Canada and the US.  In 1997, Bell was awarded the first JUNO Award for the category of Best Gospel Album.  He has since received a second JUNO in 2000, and in the ensuing years has been awarded multiple Prairie Music, Western Canada Music, and Covenant Awards, as well as the 2008 Distinguished Christian Leader award from Providence University College. Bell displays a rare longevity and commitment to his vocation.  For this commitment, along with his advocacy work for the less fortunate, Bell has been awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.

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