Until recently, the Vancouver-based artist had no idea that her undeveloped film would reveal a carefully nuanced but deeply personal narrative about her battle with mental illness.
The latest installment in the VSO’s Symphony at the Annex series takes its name and some of its inspiration from Glenn Gould’s famous CBC Radio documentary.
Change has come slowly to the ensemble over the centuries.
Mary Vingoe's new work explores trust, suspicion, and the shadow of violence from faraway lands.
Don’t expect note-for-note re-creations of Visions’ songs.
Some of the city's best dancers will pay tribute this week to Canada's 150th anniversary.
When the style made its way to North America, in the 1970s, it quickly became a rallying point for young Japanese Canadians and Americans, many of whose parents had been interned and dispossessed during the Second World War.
Designed to promote B.C.’s flourishing contemporary-music scene, the Sonic Boom festival takes a remarkably inclusive approach.
He’s one of America’s fastest-rising talents, artistic director of his own company, Abraham.In.Motion.
Rising-star soprano Mihoko Kinoshita joins the orchestra for a program of classics, including Brahms's towering Symphony No. 3.