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Handel, Strozzi & Purcell's Italian muses
Local kid gets potty mouth in Good Boys, British teen is...
Your numerology cycles August 16–31
Women mobsters in The Kitchen, country ways in Honeyland...
EMV's "original instrument" vocals
Your numerology cycles August 1–15
Big and dumb Hobbs & Shaw; smart Amateurs and a...
Binge on baroque and beyond
Panto pantsed for Adults Only
ETC 2019: Songs of Innocence/Experience
Local composer Jocelyn Morlock named VSO's next composer-in-residence
Imagine checking your Twitter account to discover you’ve been hired for your dream job. No joke. That’s what happened to Kitsilano native, Jocelyn Morlock.
Jun 17th, 2014
Paul Plimley listens for the transformative experience in jazz
Veteran Jazz Festival performer Plimley teams with Babin and Poole.
Jun 15th, 2014
Arts Club celebrates 50 years of glittering memories
Vancouver's Arts Club Theatre put on glittering benefit evening featuring stars from the Club’s five decades on the stage.
Jun 11th, 2014
VSO’s Messenger of the Gods explores the quiet within
It’s this modesty that confounds my assumptions of a soloist—aren’t they always supposed to be bigger than life—and flashy? Apparently not.
Jun 5th, 2014
“Oilblood” re-imagines Harper with Baroque vengeance
Adam Hill's “Oilblood” recaptures the spirit of Baroque vengeance, but this time it's put in service of Mother Nature herself.
May 31st, 2014
Band of Skulls rocks the Commodore
English rock trio Band of Skulls, formally known as Fleeing New York, played the Commodore Ballroom. Coming off a high at Sasquatch! Music Festival (at the beautiful Gorge Amphitheatre in George...
May 30th, 2014
Margaret Atwood’s "Pauline" triumphs in Vancouver despite power outage
Opera lovers know tragedy and comedy are deeply entwined, but none could have imagined what happened on opening night.
May 24th, 2014
Local artist gives album proceeds to the Downtown Eastside Neighbourhood House
What inspired multi-instrumentalist/producer Evan Ivan to donate all the proceeds of his album Bad Tidings and the Hope That Remains?
May 21st, 2014
Ethos Collective improvises its way to freedom
“Why go out and hear merely brilliant local performers when you can plant yourself on the couch and dial in a genius from anywhere on the planet?” Improvisation fits the bill nicely.
May 20th, 2014
Banjo royalty captivates at the Chan Centre
If there is a first family of banjo, it's this couple. Béla Fleck and his wife Abigail Washburn played to an appreciative crowd at the nearly-full Chan Centre.
May 13th, 2014