We are excited to return to live performances, but as you know these are unpredictable times, so check for any cancellations the day of performances. We look forward to playing for you again!

Saturday May 7th 2022


Keep Hope Alive Festival Poster
Keep Hope Alive Festival

Keep Hope Alive Festival: May 5-8, 2022
Unexpected Convergences/New Connections

46 Essex Street, Guelph
Saturday, May 7th, 8:00-11:00

8pm: A Glimpse of What’s Beautiful

Named in celebration of the great William Parker, this newly formed improvising quintet comes together in search of a “glimpse”. Jonathon Kay, Dan Loughrin, Nicole Marchesseau, Joe Sorbara and Claire Whitehead

9:30pm: This Strange Container

Three of the most extraordinary voices in Canada come together in an exploration of sound and story, of the joyfully bizarre and weirdly wonderful human voice. Along for the ride: a playful friend to tap, knock, scrape, and smash out some support. Christine Duncan, Richard Marsella, Joe Sorbabra, Ronley Teper.

Saturday April 30th 2022


Women from Space Festival Poster
This Festival will feature 4 days of performances by visionary women working within & between various exploratory musical traditions.  Full festival Lineup and info here: https://www.womenfromspace.com
A special Lipliners lineup including:
Nicole Rampersaud – trumpet
Sarah Shugarman – violin
Tania Gill – piano/keys
Carlie Howell – bass
Ronley Teper – vox/guit/puppets
Tim Posgate – banjo/guitar
Saúl Lederman – animation/projections
Saturday April 30th 
Tranzac Main Hall, 292 Brunswick Ave. Toronto
April 30th events. 
7pm-7:30pm  Pre-show panels & chats presented by Musicworks
8pm  Aisha Sasha, John & Brenda Lem Co-presented with Coexisdance
8:45pm Kayla Milmine, Geordie Haley, Peter Morin
9:30pm  Ronley Teper & The Liplliners
10:15pm  TUSH
Festival organized by Kayla Milmine & Bea Labikova
Poster artwork by Bea Labikova 

Sunday March 27th 2022

Tranzac Show Poster for March 27th, 2022
TRANZAC gratefully acknowledges the support of FACTOR/Canadian Heritage Support For Live Concert

Everyone Loves A Good Story, combines the energies of so many creators, all connecting through the super-addictive process of sharing stories. This Live show culminates  a collaboration that began with musical sketches that became an album, then evolved into an art gallery and immersive exhibition. All are tangible visual and virtual stories influenced by this albums music. Nothing is more powerful than live performance.

For this event we ask for masking in place unless sipping/eating
& proof of Covid vaccination for all ages eligible.

Everyone Loves A Good Story
Full day Live Music and Art Festival

Sunday, March 27th, 2022
Presented by The Tranzac
In the Tranzac’s Main Hall
296 Brunswick Ave. Toronto
ALL AGES 2-7pm $6
ADULTS ONLY 6-11pm $10

Music Performances by:

Ronley Teper & The Lipliners 2pm
Willow Rutherford 3:30pm
Tim Posgate & Andrew Downing 4:30pm
Gordon Hylands’s Living Fossil 5:30pm
Chris Pruden 6:15pm
Jaron Freeman-Fox 7:00pm
Ronley Teper & The Lipliners 8pm
Vivienne Wilder 9:30pm

Sunday March 3rd – 27th 2022

Lyceum Gallery Poster March 2022

Exhibit Info

Exhibition is open to the public for walk-ins Saturdays and Sundays from 12 to 5, and by appointment during the week. Further surprise small events and workshops will pop up during the run of the show. Finally, the project will culminate, on Sunday, March 27, with an all-day/all ages live music festival extravaganza running from 2-11 p.m. at The Tranzac Main Hall (covid restriction world pending of course) with performances by Ronley Teper and The Lipliners, as well as sets by long standing Lipliners contributors Willow Rutherford, Jaron Freeman-Fox, Chris Pruden, Tim Posgate & Andrew Downing, Vivien Wilder, and Gordon Hyland’s Living Fossil.
This project combines the energies of so many creators, all connecting through the super-addictive process of sharing stories. A collaboration that began with musical sketches that became an album, then evolved into a curated invitation from Teper to these artists you will see and hear here. The exhibition showcases commissioned artworks within a variety of artistic media, each inspired by and alongside songs from the LP Everyone Loves A Good Story. All are tangible visual and virtual stories. Wherever, be it music through live performance, speakers &/or headphones, at the finite gallery exhibition, or the multisensory modalities immersed modern exhibition through your phone and into virtual dimensions or just the touch of the pages in an art book.

Art inspired by music – What’s your story?

Saturday, Sept 11th 2021

Zula Presents: Something Else Festival

Bayfront Park, Hamilton, Ontario (outdoor performance)
Suggested Donation $20
Ronley Teper and The LIpliners 6pm (45 min set)
Artists also performing: Anotonin Fajt, Nimal Agalawatte, Iva Bitova, Antonin Fajt

Friday, October 15th, 2021.
The Capital Bar
973 King St. E. Hamilton Ontario.
Little Lips Trio,
8pm to 11:30pm

* Please note this is a small venue. very limited capacity.

Call to make a reservation recommended.