National Arts Centre
Multidisciplinary Métis artist Moe Clark collaborates with Mexican musician Ahau Marino and a group of Indigenous youth in this sonic journey. Together, they explore concepts of survival, determination and continuum through song, story and language. Their voices become landscape in this immersive nomadic performance. With Moe Clark, Ahau Marino and students of the Hadley and Philemon Wright High School in Gatineau. […]
Ottawa native Amanda Rheaume will play a sold out show at the National Arts Centre’s Fourth Stage. Catch her on the Apt613 Live podcast.
Broadway Across Canada will bring four shows to Ottawa for their 2019/2020 season. You can still buy tickets to the two shows left this season, The King and I in March and Come From Away in August.
“I was taken immediately with the whole set up and even felt like I should have worn a fancier dress!”
Critically acclaimed and SOCAN Song Award winner 2015 Antoine Corriveau redefines himself from album to album whilst imposing his racy song-writing style. Both bared down and unpolished, then sometimes magnified by rich orchestral arrangements, he has refined his firm and balanced voice out of the ashes of Dylan, Waits and Nick Cave. The musician distills darkness, […]
Patrick Watson returns to Ottawa as part of the NAC Presents new Sessions Series for a one-night only collaboration with the NAC Orchestra.
“There’s no doubt in our minds that Beautiful appeals to audiences of all ages, whether these are the songs of your youth, the tunes you’ve heard in some of your favourite tv shows and movies, or you are hearing them for the first time in the theatre—everyone will be in their seats tapping their feet and snapping their fingers.”
After Canada 150, Ottawa proved that it could keep the momentum going in 2018 with plenty of festivals, new openings, and a constant flow of picturesque views.
Sure to be the merriest urban marketplace, we are taking over the newly renovated atrium at the National Arts Centre for a craft market showcasing the highest quality handmade goods + design. 25 local makers, coffee shop, live music, giveaways. Free to attend.
Nova Scotia’s Ship’s Company Theatre’s production of Chasing Champions – The Sam Langford Story is at the National Arts Centre until Saturday, November 24.
Gordon Lightfoot played at the National Arts Centre on November 18, 2018.
The Alonzo King LINES Ballet brings Sutra to NAC, celebrates 35th season of innovative dance—11.16.18 & 11.17.18
On November 16, world-renowned LINES Ballet is bringing the latest creation of esteemed choreographer Alonzo King to the National Arts Centre for a performance well outside the bounds of what most people expect from a ballet.
Bahamas played at the National Arts Centre on November 10, 2018.
It’s time for another weekend, and there’s no shortage of things to do. While you’re out and about, remember to pick up a poppy and pay tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
On Sunday November 4, twenty Rock Camp for Girls+ musicians took to the NAC’s Fourth Stage.