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One might think that a bubbly Japanese pianist would be an anomaly in the land of tall and moody blonds, but it wasn’t until Naoko Sakata moved to Sweden that she truly felt at...
Newtonian physics is one of the topics that went undiscussed in the Georgia Straight’s brief but wide-ranging chat with Thurston Moore, but Sir Isaac might have had the former...
Early-morning interviews can be difficult, especially when the interviewer has spent the night wrestling with insomnia. That’s a state Carl Newman knows well, however, and the New...
Even though she’s happily married, Joanna Dundas fully expects to experience heartbreak soon, if only secondhand. That’s because the choir she directs, musica intima, is on the...
Although it’s not quite the same as opening the civic books to public scrutiny, the City of Vancouver’s inaugural Doors Open program, running from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday (...
Choreographed by Judith Garay. A Dancers Dancing and SFU Woodward’s Cultural Programs coproduction. At Studio D in the Goldcorp Centre for the Arts on Friday, September 26. No...
With pianist Inon Barnatan. At the Orpheum Theatre on Saturday, September 27. Continues Monday, September 29 It’s good that audiences don’t have to sing “O Canada” at every...
Although the average tourist could be excused for thinking that Whistler is an oddly mountainous suburb of Sydney or Melbourne, that’s never going to be said of Mon­treal. Being...
Sometimes the best surprises are hidden in plain sight, as media artist Emilie Crewe discovered while planning the two free public-art-themed walking tours she’ll host this...
Almost every article written about sitarist Shahid Parvez describes him as one of India’s finest young musicians, so it’s a bit of a shock to read the fine print and discover that...

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