The opening days of Early Music Vancouver's new summer festival illustrate broad range of musical brilliance
Eva Perón remains an enigma long after "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina" leaves your brain
Vancouver Opera's classical staging finds audience jumping to its feet in a loud, extended standing O
VSO joined pioneers from Standing Wave to Kronos Quartet in a weekend of intricate musical textures
“Keep sweet” is the mantra of the polygamist sister-wives in the Prophet’s mountain compound, but “stay patient” is my advice for those planning to attend this.
There’s no denying that air india [REDACTED] is a sober and respectful artistic reaction to a horrific tragedy but this conceptually brilliant undertaking is less than overwhelming on-stage.
If the show was any indication of what’s yet to come from the VSO this season, it’s going to be quite a ride.
The singers handle Verdi’s acrobatic notes and find new colours in some well-known characters.
Under the musical direction of Alexander Weimann, the singers and musicians explored the full range of moods and emotions in Henry Purcell’s early baroque masterpiece.
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is one of the darkest big musicals out there, but even by that standard, Vancouver Opera’s ambitious new staging goes for a deeper shade of black.