Options for the future of the almost 50-year-old le café restaurant at the National Arts Centre are on the menu for the new exectuive chef Kenton Leier.
Leier, who has been on the job since August, will take a step towards that renewal with a new
Sir András Schiff is known for his outspoken socio-political opinions, but on Monday night he let his pianism do the talking. The results were equally as forceful and eloquent.
On Monday night, Chamberfest presented Schiff at Dominion-Chalmers in an idiosyncratic, topsy-turvy program that started with
Estimates suggest that there could be at least 2,300 Canadian veterans living on the street in 2017. That's not a statistic to celebrate in this anniversary year. And while the federal government has earmarked hundreds of millions of dollars to help soldiers battling mental health
Sir András Schiff, who has been knighted by the Queen and has made London, England, his home for many years, is considered one the great pianists of his era. He is a thoughtful interpreter of the classical repertoire for the piano and as well he
By Michael Sun
The world of the Sámi reindeer herders of Northern Europe — as photographed by an artist of Sámi heritage — is revealed in a new exhibition called Frost at the Canadian Museum of Nature.
Norwegian photographer Fred Ivar Utsi Klemetsen spent 15 years observing the
The word “subversive” crops up more than once when Jovanni Sy is discussing King of the Yees, Lauren Yees’s comedy about Chinese tradition and culture in North America, which opens at the National Arts Centre next week.
In fact, he says that it was because the
The dance festival Face2Face returns next week with a stellar lineup of Canadian choreograpy. One of the performers who will be on view is the Ottawa native Laurie Young, who has been living and working in Berlin, Germany since the late 1990s. She talks with
By Lia Pizarro
More than 100 years after the beginning of the First World War, the story of a Canadian soldier’s love for his daughter — along with the flowers he sent home to her — have inspired a touring art exhibition called WAR Flowers.