A multi-disciplinary artist interested in developing an audio-based project, Lisa Lipton has been exploring the National Music Centre’s collection of vintage drum machines.
Known for her improvisational prowess, Dianne Reeves blurs the lines with a performance that includes old-school scat singing all the way contemporary pop and R&B.
Turning classic music into a party, Cabaret Contemporain consists of five classically trained musicians from France who defy genres by using a new approach to familiar music.
Who’s ready for a mid-winter break? We certainly are! And what better way to spend Family Day than by connecting through music? Head to Studio Bell for this special holiday event.
A concert of classical chamber works exploring past traditions and future pathways spanning four centuries, Calgary’s own Impasto Duo presents an evening of extraordinary variety.
Narrated in concert by award-winning author Roch Carrier, the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra presents this iconic children’s literary classic for the first time since being co-commissioned in 2012.
Don’t miss this new theatrical concert inspired by Khari Wendell McClelland’s journey tracing his own “unrecorded” heritage—Freedom Singer comes to Calgary after selling out its Toronto debut.
Perfect for those who couldn’t get out for Valentine’s Day proper, join the Calgary Phil for Brahms’ Requiem, Bartók’s Violin Concerto, and Beethoven’s Overture to Die Geschöpfe des Prometheus.
A multi-genre, pan-Canadian extravaganza, join comedienne Adora Nwofor as she hosts this evening of entrancing music, powerful vocals, and grooves.