It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a piece of art to call your own or want to enjoy a stunning contemporary exhibition, Calgary’s visual arts community has you covered this April.
The historic Fort Calgary Burnswest Theatre comes alive with Cirque de Paris—an evening filled with vintage jazz and blues, fun and flirty chorus girls, and a few sideshow attractions.
Join Calgary’s award-winning Spiritus Chamber Choir as it presents a program of choral gems for its last concert of the season. Enter for your chance to win.
A stunning retrospective of composer Henry Purcell with Karina Gauvin and Les Boréades de Montréal, join Calgary Pro Musica as it wraps its season.
Countries around the world are celebrating UN International Jazz Day this Sunday and Calgary’s own jazz collaborative, JazzYYC, is ready to party with a day full of free music and activities.
Paying homage to its first-ever emerging artist participants, join The Prophets of Music for a special showcase featuring Brett McCrady, High Love, and The Ashley Hundred.
An intimate and human account of Christ’s betrayal, suffering, and passing, join Calgary’s Festival Chorus for this signature work.
Join film icons Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes for a live, on-stage recording of their hit podcast, Jay and Silent Bob Get Old, part of the Calgary Expo.
Love—beautiful, musical, complicated—join Morpheus Theatre as it closes its season with Gilbert & Sullivan’s comedic operetta Iolanthe. Don’t miss this energetic and satirical journey.