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L'Opera de Montreal is home to a unique story, sung in Serbian with an all-female cast, that revolves around marriage and ensuing tensions.
Making art is therapeutic, and the Parle Moi d’Amour exhibit showcases the works of those with mental health issues
Sum 41, Stone Temple Pilots and Rancid are among a star-studded lineup for the Montebello Rockfest June 14-16.
The rural concert will attract Weezer and Tenacious D
More than 100 bands will play at the Osheaga festival in Montreal this summer.
The 13th year of the concert series will run from August 3 to 5 at Jean Drapeau Park and includes acts such as Travis Scott, Arctic Monkeys, and Florence+The Machine.
With music composed on the beaches of Australia, brave soul Kim Churchill is touring Canada in the winter – again.
It’s a Haitian-Canadian Comedy Tour in Scotland. Garihanna Jean-Louis is the first black woman to graduate from Quebec’s comedy school.
Doctors learn to practice their bedside manner thanks to actors at the Steinberg Centre for Simulation & Interactive Learning.
Aiza Ntibarikure, who stars in police drama 19-2, is hardly recognizable in Hairspray! The Musical. Now she’s performing at Place des Arts.
Les Grands Ballets Canadiens has a new season.
Les Grands Ballets de Montreal are preparing Igor Stravinsky’s ‘Rite of Spring,’ and it’s very spirited.
Former pop fixture David Myles returns to Montreal with a new sound at Les Gesu, along with other artists for MTL en Lumiere.
There are dozens of dance, theatre, and music shows
With concerts, activities and food, the Montreal en lumiere winter festival wants to lure you downtown.
Some forward thinking, feminist comedians are putting together a benefit for the Canadian Women’s Foundation, called ‘The Woke’s on You’
L'Opera de Montreal has announced its new season and along with the classics, they have a new opera called Champion, about boxing.
Madame Butterfly, La Boheme, Aida: Soprano Marie-Josee Lord sings arias from operas with female leads on her new album Femmes.
On Femmes she sings famous arias from Aida, La traviata, and Madame Butterfly.
At the Phi Center, virtual reality technology helps you safely visit a war zone or a civilization which no longer exists,
MSO Maestro Kent Nagano is directing a concert of classical and rock music in the dark.
Classical pianist Alain Lefevre, who is signed to Warner Music, is using his fame for a good cause.
The game franchise Assassin’s Creed is now a teaching tool. Without the violence, the Ubisoft tool allows you to tour ancient Egypt.
Photojournalist Karim Ben Khelifa works in war zones and shows the humanity behind the headlines in his new virtual reality installation
The virtual reality installation in Montreal was created by a man who has been on the frontlines of conflict
'Athletes, Artists & Activists' are the fuel in this Edu-tainment program, touring schools in honor of Black History Month.
The Juno award winner is teaching singers. Raise the Stakes theatre is working on a new play
Nick Cartell is impressive as Jean Valjean. Ranee Lee won a Juno for the album she recorded at Upstairs
The festival is setting up for its 19th edition, and the show will go on, regardless of the weather.
No matter the weather, the party is outside.
Christine Long was at Riverdale HS for the Black History Month performance.