Many consider summer to be Calgary’s festival gem, but spring brings several great treats worth checking out. From emerging artists to film and street festivals, there’s something for everyone this season.
Have a great chat about what you’ve read with an equally engaged group of book lovers, join Wordfest for its monthly book club. This April, read Elisabeth de Mariaffi’s Hysteria and take part in the discussion.
Regarded for their supple clarity and tone, conductor Peter Phillips and The Tallis Scholars have established themselves as the leading export of Renaissance sacred music throughout the world.
Continuing National Geographic Live’s season, Cristina Mittermeier shares her stunning photography and powerful stories of people living on the edge between the industrialized world and wilderness.
Hailed as one of the finest young virtuoso cellists, German-Canadian musician Johannes Moser has performed with the world’s leading orchestras.
Transforming popular video game music for a jazz orchestra, this concert is sure to delight any game enthusiast and you can win your way in thanks to the Calgary Jazz Orchestra.
A festival presentation of rhythm and movement featuring local artists and international guests, join Three Left Feet for an evening of music, art, and dance. Don’t miss this family-friendly event.
Bringing the casual atmosphere of a jazz club to a classical concert hall, join the University of Calgary’s School of Creative and Performing Arts for this special concert featuring Lana Henchell and Carmen Morin.
Get ready to party as dynamic guest vocalists and Jeans ‘n Classics join the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra for a symphonic tribute to today’s biggest stars including Adele, Pharrell, Lady Gaga, and many more.