Articles by Nancy Berman
Nancy Berman reviews the latest triple bill from the Ballets Jazz de Montreal.
With his latest work, a set of four solos called Rites, José Navas marks a personal rite of passage in his life and long career as a dancer and choreographer. Having [read on]
Where to begin? With the bigger-than-life-size cardboard sheep? The commedia dell’arte players? The bagpipes and electronic soundtrack? The Leonard-Cohenesque voice slowly [read on]
The National Ballet of Canada launches the Danse Danse season with a stunning contemporary triple bill featuring works by Forsythe, Goecke, and McGregor.
Nancy Berman speaks to Scottish folk singer Rachel Sermanni about her second album, Tied to the Moon.
Nancy Berman interviews Felix Riebl of the Cat Empire ahead of the band’s North American tour.
Stella Musica aims to celebrate and showcase women in classical music with a concert launching Montreal’s newest festival!
Nancy Berman interviews the great Harry Manx, who combines Western blues with Indian classical music at the Salle Gésu as part of Montréal en Lumière
Nancy Berman reviews Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s Milonga, a modern take on the eternally sexy tango.
Got winter? Nancy prescribes cocktails at Bar Le Lab
Nancy interviews Louise Lecavalier about her new work So Blue, and what it’s like to constantly push the limits of the body.
Get your February fix of chocolate at the festival featuring dozens of exhibitors hawking their delicious wares at Marché Bonsecours.
Sandrine Murengerantwali founded Vivo Cuore to raise money for much needed surgeries in her home country of Rwanda.
Under the artistic direction of Emily Molnar, Ballet BC performs recent works by three European choreographer at Théâtre Maisonneuve. Reviewed by Nancy Berman.
Check out the newest and coolest at Montreal’s Salon de l’auto: from family sedans to zero-emission electric cars to modified low-riders and Maseratis.
If you’re a skier, you have a ready-made strategy for making it through a Montreal winter. And God bless you for having the energy and strength and determination and money [read on]
Last week I advocated getting out of the house for a cocktail and a giggle; this week I’m suggesting that whether you’re at home or on the road, all you need is Toteflix [read on]
In the dead of winter, the pull of the couch, Netflix, and a bottle of wine is hard to resist. And I say go ahead — surrender to the remote, especially if you have a warm [read on]
Dream about summer from the first snowfall? Our new column Rx for Winter has got what you need to make it through a Montreal winter. Bota Bota spa up first.
Timbre Cases is in the final weeks of its kickstarter campaign to produce its revolutionary instrument cases. If you love your guitar, donate now!