Much like I.L. Peretz’s Bontshe the Silent, Gimpel the Fool by Isaac Bashevis Singer is among a pantheon of characters in Yiddish literature best described as beautiful losers.
Duddy’s back and it looks like, finally, he will make the Kravitz family proud.
The McGill Chamber Orchestra ends its 75th season in style, with a gala concert at the Maison symphonique de Montréal on June 9th. The Ode to Joy evening will include the works Cantate pour une joie by Pierre Mercure and Beethoven’s monumental 9th Symphony conducted by Boris Brott. To perform this work, the MCO welcomes soloists Sharon Azrieli […]
Walking into the rehearsal space, I heard the glorious sound. It was the 48 singers in Lyric Theatre vocal ensemble practicing for its June shows and what a rich, full-bodied, and energetic sound it is!
No one was surprised when a Conservative-dominated Parliamentary committee, examining so-called anti-terrorism legislation, refused to hear Privacy Commissioner Daniel Thouin this winter.
Women of the Americas will show CWC’s dedication to presenting high-quality works for women’s voices.
After a recent hospital stay, my mother, who lives alone, was sent to a government-subsidized residence to convalesce. It sounded like a good plan. But sharing a room?
How does a character go from daydreaming maiden to mysterious trickster? How does a person go from lost child to elder punk?