Lauded as phenomenal by violin legend Yehudi Menuhin and critically acclaimed for her flawless playing, violinist Yi-Jia Susanne Hou shines with the Calgary Phil in this evening devoted to French masterworks.
Poor Kieran Cruddup. This aspiring young playwright simply can’t get his plays published. A classic farce authored by Calgary’s own Alan LeBoeuf, join Confederation Theatre for a night of raucous laughs.
Recording a live-off-the-floor album, the King Eddy hosts The Harpoonist & the Axe Murderer for three days of soul-scorching, boogie-laced blues.
For the first time ever, the Calgary International Film Festival invites Calgarians to enjoy this year’s Oscar-nominated short films in all three categories on the big screen. Watch each lineup and predict the winner.
Looking to cultivate a larger rhythm community in Alberta and to facilitate international connections, this annual festival features residencies for dancers as well as performances that are open to the public.
An annual family-friendly light, art, and music festival in the heart of our city, spend your evenings exploring one-of-a-kind light installations, projections, and so much more with Downtown Calgary’s glow.
Featuring works by the late Quenten Doolittle and composers from the University of Calgary, join the School of Creative and Performing Arts for Forms of Sound. This evening concert is a full of exciting new music.
Experience Calgary’s original string ensemble, Kensington Sinfonia, up close and personal this Valentine’s Day and hear the thoughtful musings on our modern age through the songs of Astral Swans.
A unique live show experience, packed with performances, interviews, games, stories, and anything else that makes Dave Kelly laugh, don’t miss his Valentine’s Day Special. Bring a date or bring yourself!