The CPO from an art gallery, Ricardo Larrivée and more: 5 things to do in Calgary, April 1-7

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The Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra’s series of concerts from iconic buildings continues on Saturday at Contemporary Calgary. The latest City Spaces concert features horn players Maxwell Stein and Robert McCosh, bassoonist Michael Hope, trumpet player Adam Zinatelli and clarinetist Slavko Popovic. Online,

Saskatchewan painter Jeff Nachtigall “seeks out beauty in the ugliness found in everyday life” for an exhibition of new paintings at Jarvis Hall Gallery. The exhibition titled Barrhead Supersonic runs until April 30 and features Nachtigall’s unique style that was partially born of thriftiness. When he was younger, Nachtigall would dumpster dive for supplies. Now he applies that “egalitarianism of material” by using a variety of paint applications, including spray painting and airbrushing. At Jarvis Hall Gallery and online,

The Calgary Folk Club presents Calgary singer-songwriter James Keelaghan for an online performance on Friday. Online,

TV host and food writer Ricardo Larrivée joins viral butter sleuth and local chef Julie Van Rosendaal to talk about his new cookbook Sheet Pan Everything: Deliciously Simple One-Pan recipes. Wordfest presents the conversation on Tuesday. Online,

Local puppet festival Festival of Animated Objects continues with online events and in-person pop-ups, including the Parade of OKOs. See the full schedule online,

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