Archive of posts tagged "arts"

Tango Meets Jazz at the Chan Centre

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The Chan Centre will be hosting legendary tango pianist Pablo Ziegler with violinist Regina Carter on February 16, 2013. The Latin Grammy Award-winning pianist is coming to Vancouver for the first time in decades to perform an intoxicating fusion of tango and jazz, originally performed in New York’s legendary Jazz Standard club. There is no […]

Valentine’s Day Dances for a Small Stage

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Dances for a Small Stage is a popular performance series renowned for bringing unique and innovative contemporary dance, inclusive of all disciplines, to a rough–and–tumble cabaret setting. They are preparing a special series just in time for Valentine’s Day that will examine all angles of the universal emotion of love – the good, the bad, […]

Billy Elliot the Musical Vancouver Pre-Sale Code

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Broadway Across Canada presents Billy Elliot the Musical in Vancouver this April. Based on the international smash-hit film, this musical has a cast of 45 and a Tony® Award-winning creative team that includes Director Stephen Daldry, Choreographer Peter Darling and Writer Lee Hall along with the music of Sir Elton John. Photo courtesy of Broadway […]

Ride The Cyclone at The Arts Club

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The Arts Club Theatre Company and the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival present Ride the Cyclone this month at the Granville Island Stage. This Atomic Vaudeville production is described as a “musical thrill ride”, written by Jacob Richmond with music and lyrics by Brooke Maxwell and Jacob Richmond. The original cast of Ride the Cyclone. […]

Vancouver Icons: 217.5 Arc x 13′

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Vancouver has a wide selection of public art that is supported by various city or government branches, organizations, or private supporters. A few pieces that were installed around town during the Vancouver Biennale art campaign have since stayed on as legacy works. One of which is 217.5 Arc x 13′ by Bernar Venet of France, […]