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Featuring the Portland Baroque Orchestra with Harry van der Kamp. An Early Music Vancouver presentation. At the Vancouver Playhouse on Friday, April 11. No remaining performances...
One of the oddities of life in Music City is that it’s possible to be part of a supergroup even if the rest of the world doesn’t know your name, which is pretty much the case with...
If enigmas walk among us, then one of the most intriguingly opaque must be Stephen Malkmus. Over the course of five studio efforts with Pavement, followed by a further six with...
Spring is here: waterfowl are flying north, cherry blossoms are in bloom, and all kinds of green shoots are poking forth from the earth. And if you know what you’re doing, some of...
Appropriately enough for the Easter season, Ēriks Ešenvalds’s Passion and Resurrection tells the story of how Jesus Christ was betrayed by a friend, tortured to death, and then...
NO knows how to make an impression. The Los Angeles band’s debut full-length, El Prado, starts small, with singer Bradley Hanan Carter emoting atop pulsating tremolo guitar....
Some albums are classics the day they’re released, and one of them is 1966’s Sinatra at the Sands, which paired iconic swing crooner Frank Sinatra with a 17-piece ensemble heavy...
You can’t always trust that L’Orchestre d’Hommes-orchestres is going to deliver truth in advertising: after all, the Quebec City octet is hardly an orchestra, and both hommes and...
Written by Michelle Deines. Directed by John Murphy. A Working Spark Theatre production. At Little Mountain Galley theatre on Friday, March 28. Continues until April 6 Ghosts in...
A Vancouver Symphony Orchestra presentation. At the Orpheum Theatre on Saturday, March 29. Continues on March 31, April 5, and 7 There’s a downside to presenting chronological...

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