Cellist Ariel Barnes and London-based harpist Heidi Krutzen will help premiere a new work by B.C. composer James Maxwell.
A 25-year-old recluse has an obsession with virtual reality, and her father is desperate to reach her.
Chor Leoni, the Vancouver men’s chorus that recently won the prestigious Margaret Hillis Award for Choral Excellence, is a genuine phenomenon.
Austwick is fond of describing himself as a recovering physicist, but that doesn’t begin to tell his whole story.
The seasoned reporter peeled apart the case of John Meehan, a sociopathic con man whose career cut across the U.S. for decades.
Dance artist Alvin Erasga Tolentino not only interfaces with flamenco and Indian classical dance, but taps his own voice with composer-performer Gabriel Dharmoo.
The dancers at rehearsal are collapsed around the room catching their breath, some flapping their T-shirts to cool off, others slumped on the barres.
The power of the Green Day-based musical is in its suggestion that anger can be cathartic.
Which Wainwright will we see when he comes to the Orpheum next week, for a performance with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra?
Reclaiming language has helped rebuild identity, the key to finding a way forward amid truth and reconciliation.
This new musical blends two sonic heritages.
The company may be based on the other side of the planet, but it feels a deep kinship with what’s going on here in Canada.