February might be a short month but Calgary’s visual arts community has you covered. From the 2018 Exposure Photography Festival to new shows at Glenbow and the Esker Foundation, there’s tons to see and do.
Join violinist Paul Luchkow and harpsichordist Michael Jarvis for an evening of virtuoso 18th-century sonatas. Enter for your chance to win two tickets.
Full of beautiful music composed by J.S. Bach, Brahms, Rautavaara, and Eric Whitacre, join Calgary’s own Luminous Voices for this matinee performance. Enter for your chance to win a pair of tickets.
A night of dynamic music, get ready to sing and dance along as the Bow Valley Music Club presents this twin bill with Lion Bear Fox and Big Little Lions.
Performed annually in London, this hit family opera comes to Calgary for its Canadian premiere. Cowtown Opera brings all the classic characters to life as a cast of 20 young professionals go on a musical journey.
Known for her precisely articulated vocal quality and bold sound, Stacey Kent leaves audiences hanging on every note. Join Arts Commons Presents for this night of cool bossa nova jazz on the Jack Singer stage.
Loosely inspired by a Dostoevsky short story, this Kafkaesque journey follows a woman attempting to visit her husband in prison. Join Calgary Cinematheque for its next offering of contemporary world cinema.
Joining Kensington Sinfonia for its second Village Session concert, hear a solo set from Kris Ellestad alongside a performance from the string quintet featuring arrangements written by Donovan Seidle.
Beware the Jabberwock might be the frantic warning from Lewis Carroll’s nonsensical poem—but what happens when the Old Trouts take up the sword to valiantly save us all? You’ll just have to check it out to see.