Peter Herrndorf will step down as the head of the National Arts Centre on June 2, 2018, after leading the almost 50 year old institution for almost two decades.
Herrndorf, who is 76, has led the NAC though some of its most difficult times and into
The album Ingénue was released 25 years ago. The artist whose vision created the record, kd lang, emerged onto the world stage as a fully fledged star with its release.
The woman from Consort, Alberta, who defined what became known as cow punk, had stomped onto
Pity the rich boy with too much time on his hands. His heart entombed as though by a Russian winter, he drifts through life bored, disconnected, emotionally somnolent. And if his name is Evgeni Onegin, he manages, through indifference to all but his own wants,
The Philosopher Kings were a seminal Canadian band in the 1990s but after a time, like many groups, the individual members pursued their own careers. Now in 2017, they're back together with a new album and a new tour that brings them to Ottawa and
While for some hockey fans, it might be hard to imagine anything about the Toronto Maple Leafs being historically significant, but it is, in fact, true, especially in this 100th anniversary year of the NHL and the franchise.
At least the Canadian Museum of History and
Defiance may stamp many films at the upcoming Ottawa International Animation Festival, but you’d be right in thinking that’s hardly surprising. Political turmoil on multiple fronts over the past few years, festering racism and xenophobia, the crushing concentration of wealth: somehow, Bambi just doesn’t cut
Three exhibitions of photography show the Ottawa area as it once was, as it has become and, finally, how a few “emerging” photographers from the city are seeing the larger world.
Sarah Fuller’s exhibition, at the Ottawa Art Gallery annex in city hall (to Sept. 24),
The Ottawa Symphony Orchestra has expanded their concert season from four to five, announce the winner of a new music prize, reached out to a new venue for part of the season and helped fuel technological innovation in instrument making. And that doesn't include a
Alexander Shelley and the National Arts Centre Orchestra kicked off their 2017-18 season Wednesday evening with a potpourri of popular film music performed by the beloved violinist Itzhak Perlman.
Perlman is no stranger to Southam Hall, thanks to his great friendship with Pinchas Zukerman. This time