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Marcus King Band brings Southern Blues North of the border for the first time
This week Marcus King and his five-piece band played the Commodore Ballroom. It was the first time King had played in Vancouver and fans were ecstatic for his arrival. The venue was packed brimming...
Feb 11th, 2020
"Voices Appeared" to silent Maid
Orlando Consort sets Dreyer's Saint Joan masterpiece to 15th century scores
Jan 30th, 2020
Mt. St. Hille's pyroclastic gems
Veda Hille self-celebrates a life well-lived in idiosyncratic solo show "Little Volcano"
Jan 22nd, 2020
Photos: Half Moon Run heats up Snowy Vancouver
This week Half Moon Run played Vancouver's Queen Elizabeth Theatre. Many were unsure whether the Vancouver fans would brave the unusually cold and snowy conditions but I was pleasantly surprised to...
Jan 17th, 2020
Eddas, Elegies & Epics, à la mode
Benjamin Bagby and Sequentia bring medieval spells, songs and stories to EMV
Jan 9th, 2020
Ivars Taurins leads local Cantata Singers and Baroque Orchestra in EMV's "Messiah"
Dec 4th, 2019
Photos: Thievery Corporation Babylon Falling tour hits Vancouver
Thievery Corporation took the stage at Commodore Ballroom this week on their Babylon Falling Tour. The band has thrived for more than 20 years on-stage. Their musical style mixes elements from...
Nov 27th, 2019
Photo's: Brittany Howard debuts her solo album Jaime
Photography By Craig Fleisch
Nov 21st, 2019
Photos: Big Sugar sweetens up the Commodore
Vancouver got a sweeter this weekend when Big Sugar returned to the Commodore Ballroom on their Canadian leg of their world tour. The band has been around for an amazing 31 years, and during...
Nov 12th, 2019
How the Fallen are Mighty
Emily Dorn's bravura Violetta carries Van Opera's latest "Traviata"
Oct 18th, 2019