We might be in the full throws of winter but that doesn’t mean we need to resign ourselves to the snow and the dark. Calgary’s festivals move indoors this season with these amazing offerings.
Known for his insightful interpretations and refined technique, Calgary-born Jan Lisiecki returns for this impressive concert at Mount Royal University’s Bella Concert Hall.
One of the leading figures of New German Cinema, Wim Wenders’ first two decades of work concentrates on the themes of time, roadways, Americana, and ghosts of cinema past.
It might be called the BIG Winter Classic but unexpected balmy weather might make what was gearing up to be a frozen musical treat extra sweet. Check out this stellar weekend full of live local music.
We all know the famous story of two star-crossed lovers, but trust us when we say you’ve never experienced it quite like this before. Using live music and dance, don’t miss DJD’s re-envisioned telling.
A unique and stand-alone experience, Why We Are Here! invites audience members to become a choir to sing in a site that they would not normally be able to perform in.
Bridging visual and performing art, Germany’s Volker Gerling brings a selection of his favourite flip books to life. See this unique work on the Theatre Junction GRAND stage at this year’s High Performance Rodeo.
Bringing together independent Canadian singer/songwriter Raghav and a stellar group of guests, this concert is a highlight in Mount Royal University Conservatory’s Northern Lights Series.
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll probably laugh so hard you make yourself cry… but that’s just to be expected as Cathy Jones takes the stage at ATP.