Tuesday, January 26, 2021
Home Music Page 4

Music

"Every young audience is different and unique, so there's always something to make you smile, make you laugh, and to give you new ideas." - Will Stroet.

Children’s entertainer Will Stroet celebrates ten years with new album “Rocks & Roots”

Ten years ago, Will Stroet left his job as a music teacher to pursue his dream to become a children’s entertainer. To mark the...
Chor Leoni Men's Choir.

Early Music Vancouver celebrates 50 years

Dedicated to sharing period music using the instruments and performance traditions for which it was originally composed, Early Music Vancouver (EMV) announced its 50th...
Jonathan López, Nina Weber & Markus Masaites are Genesis Trio. Photo by Alexander Knopp.

Music review: Genesis is a promising new musical trio

Rising Stars could not have been a more apt title for this month’s presentation in Roedde House’s Classical Series featuring the brand-new trio, Genesis. In...

Music review: the stamina, strength & sensitivity of Johannes Moser

Internationally acclaimed cellist Johannes Moser gave unrestricted, glorious voice to the Andrea Guarneri 17th Century cello in his arms at Music in the Morning (MITM). When...

Music review: Celestial Trio Céleste

Canadian violinist Iryna Krechkovsky and fellow musicians, cellist Ross Gasworth and pianist Kevin Kwan Loucks, may have named their ensemble Trio Céleste after the...

The songs of a Canadian icon: live with the company of Circle Game: Reimagining...

Arguably one of the most influential female recording artists of the late 20th century, Joni Mitchell's music has stood the test of time. In Circle Game:...

The Merry Widow shines a light on emerging artists

The Vancouver Opera waltzes into its 2018-2019 season with Franz Lehár’s light-hearted Viennese operetta The Merry Widow. Aiming to charm audiences this October, it...

City Opera Vancouver’s Nigredo Hotel holds the key to accessibility

Have you ever wanted a small taste of live opera, without committing to the full bite? City Opera Vancouver is giving Vancouver audiences the...
Jazz Epistles alumnus Abdullah Ibrahim performs in a rare tribute concert to the work of The Jazz Epistles

Abdullah Ibrahim revisits the sounds of his South African apartheid-era jazz band

The Jazz Epistles were South Africa’s first black jazz band to record an album and break onto the world stage. Half a century after the...

New opera confronts and honours the death and disappearance of Indigenous women

City Opera Vancouver and Pacific Opera Victoria presents the world premiere of Missing, shedding new light on a national crisis. Written by Canadian Métis playwright Marie Clements, with a...

Get Social

2,923FansLike
581FollowersFollow
2,651FollowersFollow
76SubscribersSubscribe
X