It’s June 16, 1904, and Dubliner Leopold Bloom goes out for breakfast.
At 68, after 50 years in the music business, he is releasing his first CD, with a concert at Upstairs Jazz Bar & Grill June 9.
Now in its 21st year, the Montreal Chamber Music Festival is offering another varied and tempting program for music lovers.
There’s nothing in the classrooms except rows of old desks. There is barely room to sit during breaks in the staff room, bursting with 60 busy teachers.
Singer/composer Karen Young is continuing a busy year with a new vocal production called Strange Tales from the Isles.
Tempest in a Teapot Quebecers cope bravely with the whims of Mother Nature. To celebrate this spirit, the 14th Montreal Baroque Festival will let loose a host of cataclysms. During four days, music lovers will be swept away by the diverse range of emotions engendered by the festival’s rich program. […]
Mom never made a bad dish. If it wasn’t good, it never got to the table.