Susan Aglukark appeared to great acclaim in Ottawa accompanied by the NAC Orchestra.
The Calgary-born pianist, who recently accompanied the NAC Orchestra on their Crossings tour earlier this year, is joined by the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra for a performance of pieces by both Jessie Montgomery and Felix Mendelssohn.
Opera doesn’t have to be figured as an elite art that only few can attend, but should rather be pivoted as a beautiful combination of costuming, classical music, and skilled singing.
This weekend’s Doors Open event is Ottawa’s annual opportunity to explore a side of the city that is rarely available to the public.
The National Arts Centre’s new Indigenous Theatre company has unveiled its inaugural season.
The tour, a celebration of their 50th anniversary, will span across seven cities in five countries in Europe from May 10-26, 2019. The NAC Orchestra will tour with conductor Alexander Shelley and a number of guest musicians.
The National Arts Centre Orchestra presents their program of Ravel and Vivier on April 17 and 18 at the National Arts Centre.
There’s a lot to take in from the recent announcement of more than 100 shows.
“We have come to know this series as a great way to hear songs you love in an experience that totally envelopes you and introduces you to songs you may have not known before.”
The NAC Orchestra kicks off the season with the Beethoven Festival from September 13-22.
The National Arts Centre Orchestra are performing the music of Simon and Garfunkel in a 3-night string of performances at Southam Hall, along with guest vocalists AJ Swearingen and Jonathan Beedle. The final show is tonight at 8pm.
Happy weekend folks! With lots of musical offerings this weekend, take your pick and enjoy a show or two. Don’t miss the fmen’s March on Ottawa, leaving from Parliament Hill at noon on Saturday. Thursday She Who Tells A Story is a photography exhibition that brings together more than 85 photographs taken by 12 women […]
Jann Arden brought her Christmas Tour to Ottawa’s National Arts Centre for two back-to-back shows Sunday and Monday evening. The Southam Hall stage was loaded with musicians from the NAC Orchestra, as well as Arden’s core band of five who encircled her up front.
An American in Paris is one of Hollywood’s most spectacular musicals ever produced. The legendary movie will be screened in the National Arts Centre’s Southam Hall, accompanied live by the NAC Orchestra, November 16-18.
The National Arts Centre wants you to come on in and look around! And as a special treat, if you wander in this week you are going to find things going on from noon to night for the Ideas of the North Festival.