Fall weather has most certainly arrived, and with it comes Thanksgiving long weekend.
La Bibliothèque publique d’Ottawa célèbre le Jour des Franco-Ontariens et Franco-Ontariennes en musique avec le duo folk Geneviève RB & Alain Barbeau. Joignez-vous à nous, et apportez vos collègues et votre lunch ! Gratuit. Tous sont les bienvenus. Inscription non-requise. Présenté en partenariat avec le Centre national des Arts _____________________________________ The Ottawa Public Library is celebrating the […]
If you wanted to give the new kinder, gentler NAC a try, you might want to start with a Pops concert.
This weekend, dancer Jonathan Renna will travel back to Ottawa with the National Ballet of Canada to perform in John Cranko’s Onegin at the NAC.
“I thought what it would be like if the audience helped us create these musical spaces. Every performance will be different thanks to the participation of the audience.”
I never thought that performers truly burst onto stage but that is what Donnell Leahy and Natalie MacMaster did at their sold-out Christmas concert at the National Arts Centre.
Natalie MacMaster, Donnell Leahy and their children will be on stage at the NAC for a sold-out performance on December 21st.
The smash-hit musical Kinky Boots will be making its way to Ottawa’s National Arts Centre from December 27th to January 1st.
Casual Fridays are back at the National Arts Center, and the first of the 2016–2017 season will be taking place this Friday, December 16th.
On Wednesday morning, the National Arts Centre (NAC) invited their partners, stakeholders, Board Members and the media to its Theatre Salon, and revealed its 2017 performing arts lineup in celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary.
Tanya Tagaq on her latest album Retribution, climate change, and music as a coping mechanism.
This is a milestone year for the Good Lovelies. The “harmony trio”, as they are often referred, are celebrating a decade together.
The founding member of Great Big Sea, performing at the NAC this weekend, on recovery, secrets, and moving to Ottawa.
Canada’s beloved national showcase for the performing arts, the National Arts Centre, is undergoing both an internal and external transformation, the first largest redevelopment of the building in its almost 50-year existence.
Concerts at the NAC are always special. Add to the fact that Hip lead singer Gord Downie is appearing, and spines start tingling.