For the past few months, Michael Legg and three of his good buddies have been gearing up for a trip to Quebec City. It’s a trip with a difference.
Articles written by: Irwin Block
Outremont borough council is headed for yet another clash with its Hasidic communities over new zoning restrictions that are clearly aimed at them.
Here are my picks for the most promising shows at this summer’s Montreal International Jazz Festival. Choices are limited to what qualifies as jazz.
Montreal’s worldwide reputation as a major centre of Baroque music goes on display June 23-26 with a series of concerts at various downtown venues.
There is something glorious when 47 skilled choral singers deliver a soul-lifting song in multi-part harmony.
Our lives are never simple, and it can take a lot of inner strength to get through the tough parts. That calls for artistic treatment.
Among the shows is Adrift in the Zigzag, five short plays directed by veteran Corey Castle that reflect ostensibly simple slices of urban life.