You don’t have to be Russian to play Shostakovich, but, man, it helps.
Get ready to gain a new appreciation for the songs of Joni Mitchell.
The oldest instrument of all, of course, is the human voice, and there are few finer exponents of unaccompanied singing than the members of New York Polyphony.
Celebrate the advent of longer days with songs of the season.
If you love dance and prefer your traditions with a twist, check out Arts Umbrella’s annual extravaganza, in which it deconstructs and reimagines The Nutcracker.
Brit star Paul Lewis brings the third chapter of his four-concert musical journey.
Actor, writer, and director Renae Morriseau takes the helm of this year’s Downtown Eastside–set version of A Christmas Carol.
Brace yourself for Pi Theatre’s latest local premiere.
Are the Christmas carols and Santa suits getting to be a bit much at this time of year?
Anyone who’s a parent of a preteen boy is well-acquainted with the wild, blocky world of Minecraft.
You can expect the musician praised for his nuanced interpretive skill to play an especially well-informed version of Berio’s 6 Encores.
Lois Anderson directs UBC Theatre and Film’s season-opening romp—a Much Ado About Nothing set just after the 2018 Italian Cup soccer championship.