There is a road in northwestern France. It seems quietly off the beaten path. It is known as le chemin des Juifs — the road of the Jews.
Today it is hard, physical evidence of a dark story. It was made during the Second World War
A Tribe Called Red will kick off Canada's representation at Cervantino, one of the continent's largest cultural festivals.
Canada is one of two Guests of Honour at the 47th festival which is held in the Central Mexican city of Guanajuato. The festival will take place this fall
The Ottawa Fringe festival is reacting to concerns expressed in the community about security flowing from an incident in which a drug was reportedly put in the drinks of two individuals on separate occasions during the 2019 event.
The festival released a statement Monday morning
The Ice Queen cometh Tuesday — to RBC Ottawa Bluesfest that is.
Ottawa native Sue Foley has been touring her record The Ice Queen for sometime now, hitting Europe twice and zipping across North America pretty much everywhere.
Now she's coming back home where her career started.
Two very different headliner vocal concerts marked the first weekend of Music and Beyond 2019.
On Saturday evening at Dominion-Chalmers, Daniel Taylor and his Toronto-based Theatre of Early Music performed Handel’s Dixit Dominus, along with an assortment of Handel opera and oratorio arias and duets.
The story of the Miserere composed by Gregorio Allegri in the 1630s for use only in the Sistine Chapel captures some of the power of polyphony.
At some point in time it was forbidden to transcribe Allegri's music and it was allowed to be performed only
Sometime in late 1983, Douglas Cardinal received a visit from two men from Ottawa.
He was working as an architect in Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia at the time and making name for himself with projects such as St. Mary's Church in Red Deer, the town
For the past few years, Michelle Gott has been a road warrior for music.
The harpist has travelled some 11 times between teaching gigs. One is in Tucson, Arizona where she is in a fulltime tenure track job at the university there. The other is at
Has A Company of Fools rediscovered its mojo? After a series of hits and misses, including last summer’s unfocused Twelfth Night, and an apparent struggle over just how much of their beloved foolery they want to inject into their shows, the Fools have bounced back
Diversify. If there's a watchword that would describe Canadian soprano Jane Archibald's vision for her career as she enters into her fourth decade, that would be it.
She has been a regular on stages in Europe and in North America including with the Canadian Opera Company