Summer might be coming to a close but that doesn’t mean that festival season is. In Calgary, we squeeze every drop of time we can outside before it gets too cold, and even that doesn’t stop our festivals. They just move inside.
Mamma Mia! is the ultimate feel-good show that has audiences coming back again and again to relive the thrill. Win your way in thanks to Broadway Across Canada.
Canadian organist J. Thomas Gonder is back on the bench showcasing the many colours of the massive 1912 Casavant pipe organ.
Join Bow Valley Music Club for an authentic taste of Americana on this twin bill. Enter before October 25 for your chance to win tickets.
Are you ready to get a case of the chills? Celebrate Halloween with a rare screening of the 1927 classic film, Metropolis. Experience this silent film alongside organ accompaniment, improvised in real-time.
For more than 25 years Kensington Sinfonia has been Calgary’s classical music ensemble. Join them as they launch a new season with music by Austrian composer Robert Fuchs.
Gumshoe PIs, femme fatales, and drama galore, Calgary’s own improv group The Kinkonauts dive into the seedy world of noir with its upcoming show, October 22 and 29.
Join Joel Gray as Mount Royal Conservatory’s Salon Series presents his tribute to one of the greatest jazz legends—trumpeter Louis Armstrong. Jazz fans won’t want to miss this stelar evening.
Norwegian conductor Rune Bergmann is ready to shine as he takes to the podium. He makes his official Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra debut as Music Director this weekend.