Pianist John Kofi Dapaah, violinist Johnny Gandelsman, and the NAC Orchestra highlighted Day 2 of Chamberfest in Ottawa.
The 2022 edition of Ottawa Chamberfest opened last night with gorgeous classical music in the equally gorgeous Carleton-owned Dominion-Chalmers United Church.
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Lia Kloud, Ja Rule, TLC, Grandson, Sly High, Cleopatrick, Big Zee, and more great acts played Bluesfest on Day 9.
Photos from Day 8 of Bluesfest.
Thursday night of Bluesfest, in photos.
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Digging Roots brought their blend of First Nations and blues, soul and rock ‘n’ roll music to the OLG Stage at Ottawa Jazzfest 2022 for a set full of joyfull resistance.
A project born of the pandemic and making their Jazzfest debut, the 12-piece OLJO is led by a master of Afro-Cuban jazz, Miguel de Armas.
Ottawa stalwart Justin Duhaime and his trio took the crowd back to the ’20s and ’30s with a sumptuous display of virtuosity evocative of Django Reinhardt.
Since their founding in 1939, the Blind Boys are arguably become as much an institution as the three White House administrations they’ve sung for, occupying both the Gospel Music Hall of Fame and the Alabama Music Hall of Fame.
Ottawa Jazzfest carried on despite the mildest threat of rain on Sunday afternoon, with Arturo O’Farrill and the Afro Latin Jazz Ensemble taking the OLG Stage.
Jim Bryson lit up Red Bird, Ottawa’s newest music venue, in an evening of camaraderie, jokes, stories, and good old songwriting craftsmanship that stretched across his catalogue.
Ottawa New Music Creators’ 2021-22 season ended on a definite high with violinist Marc Djokic, visual artist Avery Zhao, and dancer Ariana Pirela Sánchez delivering a highly innovative new program for a full crowd.
Debaser hosted Mother Tongues, Tinkertoy Fog Machine, and Avalon Tassonyi in a sonically diverse evening at Club SAW ranging from introspective banjo to buzzsaw guitars.