Tune into the live concert series premiere via YouTube.
Sights & Sounds
This Sunday is 6/13!!!
On Saturday, June 12, a new artist-driven event series will launch in Ottawa with live streamed performances by a group of eclectic musical, visual, and multimedia artists.
In our Video of the Week pick, watch Raphael Weinroth-Browne display the full potential of the cello in his live video for “From Above.”
Locally-based musicians and entrepreneurs are invited to apply to the Ottawa Music Development Fund by July 8, 2021.
Hours of fresh local music. Updated weekly by apt613.ca music writers.
Encore Ottawa returns with second season of live shows taped at the Shenkman Arts Centre—YouTube Watch Party on June 11
Tune into the live series premiere via YouTube on Friday, June 11 at 8pm.
Dan Lalande’s “Reel Ottawa” captures a bygone moviegoers’ paradise in downtown Ottawa—sleaze and all
Local author, television and film writer, and longtime movie buff Dan Lalande has released a memoir detailing Ottawa’s glory days of downtown movie theatres.
And just like that, it is June. I hope that this Roundup finds you all healthy and safe after the ending of the last stay-at-home order. As I write this, there is no significant indication of what the next couple of weeks will look like, in terms of reopening Ontario, so welcome to another inevitable state of in-between, friends!
In the short time since its release, “Gimme More Bass” has already clocked more than 50,000 views on YouTube.
We’ve been sharing singles from retro-rockers Terrence & The High Flyers since they launched the band in 2020. A year later, they’ve just released their second full-length album, Lovers Lane.
A conversation with GCTC online playwright-in-residence Vishesh Abeyratne.
This week in the Future of Ottawa series, we are looking at music infrastructure. Read on for a guest post from Rachel Weldon on concert promotion.
This week in the Future of Ottawa series, we are looking at music infrastructure. Read on for a guest post from Paul ‘Yogi’ Granger on the future of venues.
This week in the Future of Ottawa series, we are looking at music infrastructure. Read on for a guest post from Jordan David on the future of music labels.