Our spring arts preview highlights the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra's Pacific Rim Celebration, and our critics picks the shows you can't miss.
Two nights celebration—one devoted to Chinese music and musicians; the other focusing on Japan, with a bit of Ludwig van Beethoven for spice.
At the Pacific Rim Celebration, violinist Akiko Suwanai dives into research to prepare for her concerto with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.
Nothing holds this spring’s theatre season together—no theme, no form. And that’s its beauty.
There's an excess of comedy shows this spring, so get ready to laugh.
This spring, you’ll be hard-pressed to find any dance performance that isn’t interdisciplinary.
A surprising number of exhibitions this season honour local art and artists, many of whom have developed big international cred.
Despite Vancouver’s many problems, our city’s concert scene continues to grow in excellence, diversity, and adventure.
When Marie Chouinard’s dancers first heard the Quebec icon was creating a work set to Erik Satie’s atmospheric piano solos, Gymnopédies, they likely didn’t know what they were in for.
Joyce El-Khoury is the very picture of a successful, confident, glamorous opera star—so much that it is almost impossible to imagine her ever being bullied.