By Jordan Omstead
A young Ottawa band is looking to bring new life to a timeless genre, and their biggest stage to date will come this summer at RBC Ottawa Bluesfest.
Joe McDonald and the Walkin’ Hawks will debut as a blues trio on July 14 at
Ottawa is finally, formally, on the road toward becoming a "a global music city."
The impetus is a report prepared by the Ottawa Music Industry Coalition that was developed with financial support from the City of Ottawa and was passed unanimously by council's finance committee on
Margaret Maria Tobolowska is a respected cellist, teacher and co-founder of Ottawa's OrKidstra. Since leaving the National Arts Centre Orchestra in 2011, along with teaching, she has embarked on a flurry of different projects including composing music and recording CDs. Her latest is an homage
Canada has a prominent place in the heart of pianist Beatrice Rana.
The young Italian (she's 24) burst onto the international scene with a win at the Montreal International Music Competition in 2011. She is today hailed as a keyboard star, but then she wasn't as
You might not instinctively make a connection between hosting an early morning radio show and a romantic comedy at The Gladstone, but Teri Loretto sees one.
Loretto, who stands in for CBC’s local weather guru Ian Black, is also occasional host of the popular 6-9 Saturday