Sound-and-light installations, performance art, instant compositions, and 17th-century music.
The show tackles big subjects like acceptance, belonging, and love.
With the featured artist leading from the piano, the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s upcoming Beethoven and Haydn program is a throwback to a simpler time.
Gentle pop tunes, car chases, bar drinking, Japanese bondage, and marriage gone awry help make Midsummer (a play with songs) a very unconventional musical.
Who says grammar isn’t important?
This long-time Vancouver tradition finds some of the city’s top attorneys performing outside the courtroom once again, singing and hamming it up in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
Winter? What winter?
Toronto-based vocal legend Mary Margaret O’Hara and cellist Peggy Lee will presumably mix composition and improvisation as only they can in this world premiere.
The press release on Tommy Tiernan’s latest tour tells us that Tiernan is “starting to take some very exciting risks”.
High-school students are coming together to support one of their own in a music jam that doesn’t involve a single electric guitar or drum kit.