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Yiddish Production and Broadway Musical open Segal Centre season
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Yiddish Production and Broadway Musical open Segal Centre season

Yiddish language theatre returns to the Montreal stage next month with the reprise of A Bintel Brief,  one of the all-time favourite plays of the Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre troupe. The title means a bundle of letters, and is based on a letter to the editor of the Forverts newspaper […]

Centaur’s opens with “bracing and provocative” musical
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Centaur’s opens with “bracing and provocative” musical

Centaur Theatre launches its 50th season next month with a musical.

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McGill Chamber season offers Hebrew, Mohawk music — even ET!

McGill Chamber Orchestra kicks off its Best of Our Own 79th season with music from the gifted Quebec composer François Dompierre directing his own work.

Book review: Michael Carin shows a world that was and a world that might have been
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Book review: Michael Carin shows a world that was and a world that might have been

Have you ever put off finishing a book for fear of saying goodbye to the world and the characters the author has created?

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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 […]