Partnering with Ottawa Riverkeeper, Mia Kelly has pledged to donate all proceeds from Bandcamp to fund initiatives to preserve Kitchissippi.
The release of Cody Coyote’s latest album Passage comes with a powerful message and a set of calls to action to support Indigenous people.
Friday night, Dan Mangan made his much-awaited return to Algonquin Commons Theatre. The show’s opener was Georgia Harmer.
Headlining the evening at Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre was the world-renowned Danish String Quartet, who also hosted an afterparty at Club SAW.
Wednesday was the second-last day of Chamberfest 2022, but the festival wasn’t winding down slowly. Day 14 had big acts in Cheng² Duo, Hinrich Alpers’ second Beethoven set, Kaitlyn Raitz’s Cello Party, and some of the region’s best emerging talent performing the Rising Stars slot. Follow @apt613 for more sights and sounds of Chamberfest 2022.
To celebrate the August holiday, Chamberfest packed Monday with an astounding array of concerts, celebrating both the old and the brand-new. Drew Jurecka and Rebekah Wolkstein returned for an intimate concert tailored to neurodivergent folks, while the Midday Matinée saw Chamberfest-favourite Hinrich Alpers perform a selection of Beethoven’s piano sonatas. But the centrepiece of Day […]
First launched in 2012, the Asinabka Film & Media Arts Festival is back with in-person programming this year!
Day 13 of Chamberfest, in photos.
Day 11 at Chamberfest, in photos.
See photos from Day 10 of Chamberfest, as our coverage continues.
Day 9 of Chamberfest was one of the strongest days yet. Gryphon Trio, Nordic Voices, Raphael Weinroth-Browne, and the Cris Derksen Quartet headlined.
On Thursday at Chamberfest, we saw Montreal’s Quatuor Andara at the Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre, pianist Meagan Milatz at the Steinway Piano Galleries, and Toronto’s world-renowned Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra.
Day 7 of Chamberfest saw a chamber masterclass with Quatour Danel and Quatour Andara, and then a double-bill of Simon Trpĉeski & Friends.
Both contemporary and medieval music could be heard at Chamberfest on Day 6.
Nicole Presentey, John Kofi Dapaah, Ruby Jin, and the National Youth Orchestra of Canada featured on Day 5 of Chamberfest.