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Auditioning in Vancouver
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There's something in the air, an evening with Airborne Toxic Event
There was something in the air when Airborne Toxic Event played at Vancouver's Commodore Ballroom. It all began with a simple song, 'Bohemian Rhapsody' by Queen. Prior to Airborne's performance this...
Nov 11th, 2014
“Autumn Flight” celebrates community in historic Chinatown
Composer Alan Lau looks heavenward for inspiration and there he finds a humorous tale of Vancouver's birds, brought to life by the excellent musicians of the Vancouver Chinese Music Ensemble.
Nov 20th, 2014
Musical journeys into secret Vancouver
Uncompromising and intimate, private and house concerts are among the best places in Vancouver to hear exciting new music—if you can get an invite.
Nov 7th, 2014
Minimalist stage highlights Bahamas' phenomenal music
If you're looking for a review on the island country in the Atlantic ocean better try your local trip advisor. However, if you'd like to know more about Afie Jurvanen also known as Bahamas ...
Oct 28th, 2014
Vancouver welcomes Hozier with open arms at sold out Commodore Show
When 24 year old Andrew Hozier-Byrne first popped onto the scene in 2013 with his single "Take Me to Church" debuting on YouTube, the video went viral. Racking up near 14 million views, and...
Mar 7th, 2014
“11” Questions for Ghosts of Wars Past
Mark Haney’s “11” for brass ensemble uncovers the courage and inter-generational wounds of the Renfrew Heights Veterans Housing Project.
Oct 28th, 2014
Music Heals gala plays a Chin Injetian Rhapsody
Music Heal's inaugural Strike a Chord gala will celebrate the career of Vancouver-based Juno/Grammy award-winning musician/producer Chin Injeti.
Oct 16th, 2014
Sold-out crowd tessellates to Alt-J at the Orpheum
Apart from the simplicity of their name Alt-J (also known as ∆), the UK quartet are anything but simple. Their music intricately weaves multiple musical genres together with elements of indie...
May 21st, 2014
Die Antwoord in Vancouver: photos
Die Antwoord proudly showed their colours at their PNE performance in Vancouver. Both Yolandi and Ninja for the South African rap group came on-stage decked in their usual prison-garb orange...
Oct 4th, 2014
Vancouver Opera's Carmen aims, fires, misses...then hits a bull’s eye
The Vancouver Opera roared to life Saturday night with enough treachery and dashed hopes to put Wall Street to shame. VOA’s Carmen tells the cautionary tale of love, jealousy, and excessive smoking.
Sep 28th, 2014