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The new record from peripatetic saxophonist Petr Cancura concerns itself with a pilgrimage, but Down Home doesn’t document boating on the Ganges, hiking the Camino de Santiago, or...
Puppetry isn’t one of the indigenous arts of Taiwan, having been brought to the island nation when it was colonized by the Chinese during the 17th century. But the art form has...
Presented by MovEnt and Music on Main, as part of the Modulus Festival. At the Ukrainian Centre on Friday, October 24. No remaining performances Before we move on to the...
At the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts on Saturday, October 25 A flick and a splash. A flick and a splash. A flick and a splash. The first thing nuevo flamenco star Diego el...
That the blogosphere doesn’t quite know what to make of Battle Trance is obvious: the New York City saxophone quartet’s debut, Palace of Wind, has already garnered comparisons to...
Sonic Topographies A Vancouver New Music presentation. At the Orpheum Annex on Thursday, October 16. No remaining performances I’m not ashamed to say that I almost fell asleep...
That Corey Hamm and Nicole Ge Li are onto something is evident from the fact that their fledgling Piano and Erhu Project, aka PEP, has already attracted 43 tailor-made scores from...
Completed in 1924, Saint Joan is set during the time of the Hundred Years’ War, but it can easily be read as George Bernard Shaw’s response to the First World War. Carnage rules...
As protests go, it was a small one, but it saved lives—and now it’s inspiring art. Back in 1971, the trek from East Vancouver’s Raymur Place housing project to Seymour Elementary...
Saxophonist Joe Lovano and his wife, singer Judy Silvano, live in what he describes as “a little house in the trees”, an hour’s drive up the Hudson River from the jazz capital of...

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