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Yiddish Ghetto songs celebrated at Segal

A special concert and CD launch of a new recording of Yiddish Ghetto Songs by Montreal musicians takes place June 21.

Montreal’s best folk festival is back with El Son Sonó, Yellow Door Troubadours
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Montreal’s best folk festival is back with El Son Sonó, Yellow Door Troubadours

Centered around the Lachine Canal, the Montreal Folk Fest opens Thursday, June 14 .

Broadway musical jewels hit Montreal stage in June
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Broadway musical jewels hit Montreal stage in June

What would Beethoven think?

Dennis Brott has added new and potentially spectacular events to this year’s chamber music festival. Below, Itamar Zorman and Vira Lozinsky will perform. (Courtesy of the Montreal Chamber Music Festival)
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Chamber Fest dazzles in June

Montreal’s annual chamber music festival is offering what looks like an electrifying and expansive series of concerts, three of them free!

Golda’s Balcony captures her role in Yom Kippur War crisis
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Golda’s Balcony captures her role in Yom Kippur War crisis

Golda’s Balcony, the smash-hit onewoman play starring Broadway and TV veteran Tovah Feldshuh, is coming to the Segal Centre May 22 till June 10.

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Victoriaville festival a mind-expanding extravaganza

VICTORIAVILLE – An exciting lineup covering a broad range of creative music styles are featured in the 19 concerts over four days that are part of this year’s 34th edition of the Festival International de musique actuelle de Victoriaville. It opens May 17. The festival, with its international reputa- tion […]

Yiddish musical Once There was a Melody comes to Segal Centre
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Yiddish musical Once There was a Melody comes to Segal Centre

A Yiddish version of the Israeli musical hit, Once There was a Melody, is being presented by the Dora Wasserman Theatre from April 15 to 19.

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Seducer doomed in Mozart’s beloved opera

Don Giovanni, the two-act opera first performed in Prague Oct. 29, 1787 and among Mozart’s most beloved works, is to be performed in a Sunday matinee April 15.

Celebrating Edith Piaf and Marlene Dietrich
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Celebrating Edith Piaf and Marlene Dietrich

They are among the greatest musical personalities and voices of the 20th century and they were friends.

Ashley’s takes healthy vegetarian food to a whole new level
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Ashley’s takes healthy vegetarian food to a whole new level

It’s gorgeous, with exposed brick on one wall, huge picture window facing Sherbrooke, two rows of wooden tables with black wooden chairs and a banquette on one side.