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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.

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McGill Chamber Orchestra celebrates Bernstein, Bach

Two exceptional concerts by the McGill Chamber Orchestra deserve a priority place in every music lover’s date book. Three performances have been scheduled for what should be a memorable operatic experience: Leonard Bernstein’s Candide, in collaboration with Opera McGill, directed by Patrick Hansen. The production features the singers of the Opera […]

Voice in all its glory at West Island festival
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Voice in all its glory at West Island festival

The human voice – for many, the ultimate instrument in music – is once again the focus for this year’s fifth edition of the Festival de la Voix at several locations in the West Island. At its heart, the festival presents six concerts by major local talent from March 16 […]

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Udistik Orkestra presents the Oud

The oud, great, great, great grandparent of the modern guitar, has a unique timbre and range, and its origins go back some 4,000 years to ancient Mesopotamia.

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Your food, my food, this is super food in NDG!

Whether you’re a vegetarian, a vegan or wonder what it’s all about, we highly recommend two new restaurants featuring this healthy and delicious way of eating, both in NDG, but different as day and night. One thing they do share, beyond being vegetarian, is quality. Food de Toi at 5999 […]

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American soprano stars in Opéra de Montréal’s Tosca

Tosca, the opera in three acts by Giacomo Puccini and among the most popular in the repertoire, opens the Opéra de Montréal season Sept. 16.

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McGill Chamber set to fuse with Beatles

The McGill Chamber Orchestra directed by Boris Brott wrapped up its 77th season with a performance of Carl Orff’s beloved Carmina Burana.