When Royal Wood takes on a project, he's all in, all the time.
When he makes an album he writes 99.9 per cent of the lyrics. He arranges the music, produces in the studio and finally takes it on the road.
It's the same deal when he
The Canadian Museum of History’s “entirely new look at William Notman” will likely be the first look for most visitors. Notman isn’t a household name in 2018, though he was a century ago.
Notman was 30 when he emigrated from Scotland in 1856, and, once settled
The National Arts Centre turns 50 in 2019 and the party will really get started with a Big Bang in February.
The centre is organizing a festival for young and old on Feb. 17 and 18 that is built on a connection with a European event
Twice nominated for a JUNO award, Hong Kong born Canadian composer and pianist Alice Ping Yee Ho has become known for her “distinctly individual” musical style. She writes in many different genres and for many different ensembles. Her piece Quest will get its Ottawa premiere next week
Elisapie Isaac speaks three languages — Inuktitut, French and English — and she sings in them all.
Her ability to communicate is, in a way, a metaphor for her complex life as a mother, a musician and a filmmaker that takes place in North and South.
Last Sunday, I happened onto the webpage of Gallery 78 in Fredericton, N.B., and for the first time saw the work of Jessie Babin, including a striking self-portrait. Forty-eight hours later I walked into the St. Brigid’s Centre in Ottawa and there was the portrait
On Friday afternoon Carleton University is marking the completion of two major projects featuring the life and work of Eldon Rathburn, a composer best known for his work with the National Film Board.
Rathburn (1916-2008) wrote more than 250 film scores, most of them during his
David MacAdam will tell you that he comes from a long line of "stubborn bastards."
When you think of his chosen profession and know of the trials of his life, you understand that that part of his DNA has stood him in good stead.
MacAdam is a
It's an annual ritual for the JUNO-winning Good Lovelies to hit the road and bring some musical cheer across the country. The trio is celebrating 12 years together. They will be in Ottawa on Nov. 27 carrying with them the songs of a new album
Timothy Chooi is among a cadre of young Canadian musicians who are at the beginning of promising international careers. The young violinist is attending the Juilliard School in New York City where he is studying for a Masters degree. When he is in town that