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Even if you're into jazz you might not know Cuong Vu's name-but you've probably heard him play. And if you were at Pat Metheny's February show at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre,...
As far as celebrity sightings go, it doesn't quite rank with bumping into Madonna on Robson Street or idling next to Todd Bertuzzi's Hummer at a West Vancouver stop sign, but...
Most musicians would argue that wedding gigs don't offer much opportunity for creative growth, but the Flying Bulgar Klezmer Band's David Buchbinder begs to differ. His...
Part of the Interférence: statique x-statique festival. A Vancouver New Music presentation. At the Scotiabank Dance Centre on Friday, October 21 Temperamentally, Fred Frith...
Most of the time, repetition is boring. But as meditators and marathon runners well know, the act of repeating something over and over and over again can also bring a kind of...
Part of the Interférence: statique x-statique festival. A Vancouver New Music presentation. At the Scotiabank Dance Centre on Thursday, October 20 Computer-based-music...
Organized and circulated by the National Gallery of Canada. At the Vancouver Art Gallery until January 15 Not far from where I live there's a hair salon, and in the window...
Montreal is just a five-hour flight away, but the cultural capital of Francophone Canada can sometimes seem as remote as Antarctica. West Coast residents know the city as the...
The past, present, and future of jazz will come together when Ralph Alessi's quintet plays the Norman Rothstein Theatre on Friday (October 21)-and not only because John...
Tiller's Folly would never have recorded its latest CD, Buchan Bluegrass, if Laurence Knight had had his way. Today, however, the local Celtic band's bassist, harmony singer,...

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