The three champion virtuosos will offer an ideal sampling of the instrument's artistry.
Here are three options for the curious mind to consider.
At heart, the piece is a magical combination of text and sound, where living forms of spirituality meet ancient rites.
The confidence, the freedom, and the voice the company is expressing are an apt celebration of what the company has accomplished in just under a decade.
The French dance sensation uses aerial wires to defy gravity and explore identity.
In a central installation, each dancer’s “physical archive” is eerily displayed on a lightbox set atop a wooden plinth.
The program has new relevance, with the pending demolition of the Georgia Viaduct sparking calls for the city to recognize Hogan’s Alley with an African-Canadian cultural centre.
Members of the Australian ensemble have been making circus together since they were eight or nine years old, leading to a rare degree of bonding.
She reacts with delight at the sight of her recently uncrated works, shipped from public and private collections across the continent.
Behind the cancans and parties, the piece has deeper meaning.
The new works, which Black Dog will premiere over Quartetti’s three-night run, will be the product of the Indigenous Youth String Quartet Project, led by Navajo composer Raven Chacon.
There’s also a warm and simple message here: stop and smell the roses.
Atop Little Mountain, circus artists join magicians and comedians in a cabaret with fine dining.
The style-centric exhibition explores what women would've worn to orchestra shows in the city from the '20s to present day.
The veteran dance artist tapped three choreographers who know him well to create three different visions.
More than 40 stunningly ornate garments—including that lovingly meme'd Met Gala cape—offer visitors a look into the couturiere's revered career.
Fashion and art fans who flock to the new exhibit this fall will see yellow and gold used throughout the 40-plus intricate haute-couture creations coming here.
A full orchestra backs Nicole Parker as she sings hits like “Careless Whisper” and "The Final Countdown".
Disability, the right to die, and raw sexuality: these are just some of the extremely loaded issues Canadian playwright Brad Fraser plies in unflinching detail in Kill Me Now.
He's come a long way since his days performing at birthday parties around Vancouver.
The guy has done everything in and around comedy, on stage, screen, page, you name it.
One way to describe Chokhani’s approach is “finding the diversity within the diversity”.
Aryo and Arash Khakpour wrestle with ideas of masculinity, violence, and gender in their new work, but they may never agree on whether it's dance or theatre.
The annual arts celebration blends spoken-word and Southeast Asian cooking with this event.
The show is infused with music, dancing, and fantasy sequences—sometimes imagining the other guys in the gym as swaggering cowboys and preening mafia bosses.