Calgary’s visual arts community pulls out all the stops this May for a month of incredible programming. From ongoing exhibitions to show and sales to gallery hops, there’s a ton to see and do. Here’s what we’re checking out.
Mount Royal University’s youth choir, Artio, explores a difficult but all too common theme—the catalyst for change that comes from the suffering of one individual. Enter for a chance to win two tickets.
Join the Calgary Multicultural Choir as they welcome spring with songs that stir memories of cherished homelands. Enter for your chance to win your way in.
Exploring a variety of pieces inspired by the stars and planets, Mount Royal Kantorei channels the music that dances through our universe for this amusing show.
Explore, journey, and discover with the Calgary International Children’s Festival featuring the very best in performing arts for young audiences.
Featuring works including Purcell’s Chaconne from The Gordian Knot Untied and a new piece from outgoing Artistic Director Donovan Seidle, win your way into the final concert of Kensington Sinfonia’s season.
Mark Hopkins and Pam Tzeng want to create something together. See the results of a week of creative play undertaken along with collaborators Bianca Guimarães de Manuel and Matthew Waddell.
Join the National Music Centre and host Terry David Mulligan for an evening of conversation and song with its the latest RBC Master in Residence—legendary Canadian singer-songwriter, Steven Page.
Written by Stephen Cedars and directed by Nathan Iles, Scorpio Theatre closes its season and tests the limits of romance, obsession, and pride with a night of theatre that is not to be missed.