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.
Kicking off a new exhibition, the National Music Centre welcomes Tegan and Sara for the latest live installment of the ATB Storytellers Series and you can get tickets for free.
Spiritus Chamber Choir’s kicks off its 21st season with this collaborative concert featuring Calgary’s EnChor Chamber Choir and the Amici String Program.
The leaves might already be off the trees but there’s still plenty of stunning sights to see this October. With many exhibitions continuing and even more opening, there’s something for everyone this month.
Calgary’s own Glenbow has spent the last 50 years making remarkable connections between art, culture and the world around us. Now, see that history in a special pop-up exhibition.
The Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra weaves stories and feelings with melodies and music-makers.
Hear Montreal’s Constantinople ensemble performing with one of Canada’s premiere early music specialists, soprano Suzie LeBlanc. Win your way in thanks to Early Music Voices.
Audience friendly songs and a playful lineup is exactly what you’re going to hear at the University of Calgary’s next concert with Jane Leibel, Maureen Volk and Christine Carter.
Who wants to go to bed early on a Friday night? Not us and certainly not when Andrew Phung and Renee Amber are ready to make you laugh. This improvised comedy show is designed to keep you up late.