the new CD is string queen Lori Pappajohn’s attempt to summon the magic of that oceanic encounter.
Thanks partly to his being an in-demand conductor, and partly to his being a father of two small children, Julian Pellicano figures that he’s seen Home Alone somewhere in the neighbourhood of 40 times.
At the Western Front, JP Carter, his electronically augmented trumpet, and his listeners will find themselves ringed by a multichannel sound system, while each audience member gets a VR headset.
It's a glittering holiday tradition for local families, performed by one of the top companies of its kind in the country.
It’s not surprising that the island nation would be hospitable to current directions in early music.
The series of half-hour specials, which features standup artists from around the world, premieres on the streaming service in 2019.
As photo ops go, this has to be one of the most unusual—and amusing.
Peter Jorgensen is well aware that the look of his new version is almost as important as the script and the music.
The Montreal artist is leaving the electric guitars and big dance numbers behind to rid the pas de deux of all its cliches.
“There’s no better time to return to the world, because the world has never needed me more than it does now."
It's VTSL’s new improvised ode to all the Christmas tropes you know and love.
To honour Heppner’s heritage, the company has commissioned a new arrangement of an 18th-century Mennonite carol.
Nostalgia packs the calendar this year.
Playwright Marcus Youssef and star Christine Quintana help put new political twist on this ’hood tradition.
The ode to the poet-singer's songs is the biggest project in the company's 46-year history. It's brought to life by three choreographer and projections.
The celebrated school has launched the careers of many actors and directors.
The U.K. artist uses intricate projected drawings and classical Indian dance to tell a story of a boy’s quest for identity.
Playwright Amy Rutherford created an older and a younger self to portray events from alternate viewpoints.
The VSO, Chor Leoni, and the Little Chamber Music Series That Could look back across a century to Armistice.
Kristi Lane Sinclair's song reminds us of killing that's happening right here at home.
The new piece was inspired by the ripple effects of the #MeToo movement.
“My next challenge is to write material that doesn’t talk about this whole fish-out-of-water situation."
Contaminated water, politicians choosing economics over the environment, and media grappling with truth versus fake news—those may sound like themes pulled from today’s headlines.
At a time when most cultural bets seem to be on the short and immediate, this podcast has taken long-form journalism to what can only be described as an extreme.
From upcycled lanterns to delightfully creepy "uddercakes", these are the objects (and people) shaping B.C.'s diverse design scene.