Arts Choices

The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra fondly turns the spotlight on one of its own.
Follow the sound of jackhammering feet, clapping hands, and strumming guitars.
We love the elements that are coming together, cosmically it seems, for Studio 58’s latest effort.
This is a participatory show like you’ve never seen.
The Vancouver Academy of Music–based Koerner Quartet is launching its first public season in style.
Don’t let the peruque and cravat fool you: Johannes Sebastian Bach liked to let his real hair down.
Porter has built up great comedic resentment.
How often do we get to hear art songs from the Second Viennese School?
David Wilson has lived in Vancouver for 25 years, and you can tell he knows the life and character of the streets here in everything he paints.
Vetta Chamber Music launches its season with piano great Jane Coop at the keyboards.