“As a conductor, I was taught the importance of developing a thorough and wide-ranging artistic culture. TMI has made this possible for me.”
We live in a democracy, a system by which a society governs itself through its elected representatives. This is how citizens participate, albeit indirectly, in making decisions that affect them and which become law.
To celebrate the long awaited spring session, in addition to popular favourites, Cummings Centre is launching a brand new event series, Sex, Drugs & Rock ‘n Roll, where thought provoking and timely topics such as Sex & Aging, Medical Marijuana and the popular Rock ‘n Roll film ‘Forever Young’ will […]
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Jazz en Rafale is a small festival with a big heart – it combines a new talent competition with performances by major international and local artists.
The incidents appear to be sporadic, but taken together represent what seems to be a disturbing pattern: actions by elected municipal officials that limit the legitimate and fundamental rights of religious freedom and freedom of expression.
Graham Fraser is making waves with a suggestion – he first calls it “an idea worth considering” – that Quebec needs some kind of permanent secretariat for Anglo communities in the province.
The amazing Swingle Singers, the French vocal group that grew out of the Double Six of Paris in the early 1960s, returns to Montreal for a concert at Place des Arts this month.
Chinese civilization dates back at least 4,000 years and is the source of many of the world’s greatest inventions including paper, printing, and the compass, not to mention fine porcelain china.
The Atwater Library has scheduled a lunchtime series this month covering a variety of areas of interest.
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The McGill Chamber Orchestra once again kicks off its new season with Bach’s music.