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In the middle of her concert at Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier Wednesday night, English soul wunderkind Joss Stone told the packed audience a story her mother had just told her: [read on]
No matter how foul your mood, it’s ridiculously difficult not to smile like a fool at a gospel concert, and the World Famous Harlem Gospel Choir had the whole audience [read on]
En ces jours frisquets où la déprime nous guette tout au long de l’hiver il est bon d’égayer nos esprits en se permettant des sorties culturelles. À titre de [read on]
Nancy Berman reviews Ohad’s mindblowing “Last Work,” for Batsheva Dance Company, part of the Danse Danse season.
Montreal 2016 in December is markets, music, and merry making. Check out the list of festivals and other events here.
Thanks to Danse Danse, for the first time in 20 years, the Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT) is back in Montreal, with a stellar triple bill line-up featuring two works [read on]
Annual festival features music, film, storytelling, and art by First Nations from around Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and the world.
2016’s Jazz Festival has plenty for free. Here are are what we think you should check out.
Seasonal art event packs the MAC with beautiful people, intriguing art, tasty drinks, and bumping djs.
Brendan shares some thoughts on the passing of Prince, an artist who performed one of his final shows in Montreal.
During the daytime, the outdoor site of the city festival has plenty to do that’s kid appropriate and still fun for adults. Also, Hello Kongzi is awesome.
Opera at Place des Arts has the drama of the Shakespeare original.
Beautiful and seasonal event good for the whole family.
Annual event brings together many to support human rights victims around the world.
Nancy Berman reviews the latest triple bill from the Ballets Jazz de Montreal.
December is the busiest time of the year for local choir groups and Montreal has hundreds. Here’s why you should check one out.
One of the stars of La Guerre des Tuques 3D tells us what the remake means to her
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]
Jennifer Guillet’s thoughts from the Montreal premiere of the classic family movie remake
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]