In my memory there is a place and a time where you'll find a small transistor radio that filled my head, heart and soul with the music of a generation.
We lived, in those days, an hour outside of New York City, and after watching Man
What's your perception of the North. Is it ice and snow and empty tundra? How about northern music? All fiddles and throat singing? The New North Collective (NCC) would beg to differ. The ensemble features musicians from Burwash Landing and Whitehorse in the Yukon to
Ottawa's Lynn Miles is well known for her work as a singer-songwriter and, these days, as a member, with Lynne Hanson, of the folk music ensemble The LYNNeS.
But stepping on the Southam Hall stage and playing a concert of her songs with the National Arts Centre
Timing is everything, they say. It certainly seems to be the case with a new book by veteran New Brunswick journalist Jacques Poitras.
His book, Pipe Dreams: The Fight for Canada's Energy Future, details the failed bid, encouraged by Stephen Harper's Conservative government, to connect Alberta's
Blake Pouliot is one of the young Canadian lions of the violin. The grand prize winner of the 2016 Orchestra Symphonique de Montréal (OSM) Manulife Competition, Pouliot has been drawing positive attention for the past few years. He will make an appearance at this year's
The Academy of St Martin in the Fields Chamber Ensemble is an extension of the famous chamber orchestra founded in 1958 and led, for more than 50 years by Sir Neville Marriner, who passed away in 2016 at 92. Today the American violin virtuoso Joshua Bell is the