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We sent Marlene Wilson to get in on all the undeadness of the Halloween Zombie Walk
Erykah Badu really deserved her Ella Fitzgerald Award after her vocally breathtaking Montreal Jazz Festival performance of June 29th
“For some, his music may sound a little square, but hey, it’s hip to be square,” said mayor Denis Coderre, in a surprise appearance at Huey Lewis’ first show in [read on]
Emma Beko and Gabrielle Godon make up Heartstreets, an electro/R&B duo from Montreal, which just released its follow up single, “Bubble of Joy.”
Taverne F starts its summer menu of tapas plates, perfect for eating while in Place des Arts.
Stunning Russian ballet of Tolstoy novel wows our reviewer with its careful attention to mood and emotion.
New season of Danse Danse gets off to a cerebral and visceral start with Ravages.
Enchanting, mesmerizing, and intimate, the Little Prince translates to dance.
They say that boxing is a kind of dance. Can dance be a kind of boxing?
Stay up all night with our picks for your Nuit Blanche.
Nancy Berman reviews Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s Milonga, a modern take on the eternally sexy tango.
Under the artistic direction of Emily Molnar, Ballet BC performs recent works by three European choreographer at Théâtre Maisonneuve. Reviewed by Nancy Berman.
Review of annual ballet by a Nutcracker newbie.
Benoit Lachambre’s latest work, Prismes, challenges the ways we see, experience, and express the world within and around us.
From films to the invited guests, this festival of Francophone film brings international cinema to Montreal
Something Epic This Way Comes: Akram Khan’s iTMOi gets in the head of Igor Stravinski, and the results are terrifying
Creepy and colourful, undead versions of every once living being (and some never really living) took to Montreal’s streets.
Nancy Berman reviews Danse Danse’s showcase of two young Montreal modern dance companies.
A review of Paris Opera Ballet’s production of Paquita: a rarely performed work transported to Montreal from the heart of French ballet.