The Strumbellas are touring in support of their new record, “Part Time Believer” - the album marks a new venture in The Strumbellas' penchant for big, brightly coloured melodies overlaying cerebral verses.
Canadian pianist Angela Cheng is one of the country's national treasures.
The Isabel Quartet performs quartets by Haydn and Beethoven along with the First String Quartet by faculty composer, Dean Burry.
The Opening Night selection for KCFF24, this debut feature by Fawzia Mirza is a continually surprising, moving and exuberant story about the complicated bonds between parents and children.
This stunning feature by writer-director Charles-Olivier Michaud captures the pain and disorientation of forced migration with uncommon power and grace.
We celebrate the musical life of the late composer and conductor Bramwell Tovey with music including Elgar’s Enigma Variations.
The DAN School of Drama and Music presents Erin Shield's contemporary, feminist adaptation of Milton's epic poem, directed by Evalyn Parry.
Soprano Patricia O’Callaghan sang the 2017 premiere performance of One Last Night with Mata Hari, a one-woman show with book and lyrics by Craig Walker and music by John Burge. With Craig narrating, and John at the piano, Patricia will reprise highlights from the show.
This lively, participatory performance explores and celebrates family in all its beautiful complexity.
Songs of Leonard Cohen: We celebrate the wonderful music of Canadian icon Leonard Cohen with Kimberley Dunn, Kyle Briscoe, and a surprise singer. Cantor Gideon Zelermyer, featured soloist on “You Want It Darker” will share his anecdotes.