All levels of female musicians are welcome in this groupContinue reading Musical Mamas support the creation of music
Sarah McLachlan School of Music extends enrolment to Spruce AvenueContinue reading Free musical training for Spruce Ave students
Long-running festival will feature three concertsContinue reading C’mon Festival heads downtown this July
Salon series brings together multiple artistic mediumsContinue reading Residents enjoy an evening of art and music
California-based composer Vivian Fung is known for weaving disparate influences into her music. But her latest project, Humanoid, represents her first major piece for electronics, bringing a cellist in dialogue with pre-recorded machine sounds for a 13-minute performance.
“I’m trying to stretch the boundary of what is possible with a single cello,” Fung said. “How many ways can you have an interaction between machine and cellist? That was my idea behind the piece.” Continue reading Composer makes rooftop music at Kaleido Vivian Fung premieres Humanoid on Alberta Avenue
Last year, Gus Butcher and a few other local musicians were chatting with Arts on the Ave’s Christy Morin, and an idea was hatched: Why not create a night where musicians can get together and play? Continue reading Jamming with the cool cats at The Carrot Play with a group of experienced jazz musicians
A year ago, I interviewed Philip Muz about The Aviary. We talked building permits and funding needs; revised plans and hopes deferred.
Today this community arts hub remains unopened, but that is about to change. City permits have been issued and renovations are in full swing. Continue reading The Aviary will be well worth the wait Fundraiser could cover remaining renovations