“The overall design of our festival is to speak to a Vancouver audience, to give them an opportunity to experience new works, sometimes challenging works, from here but also from around the world.”
The Vancouver-born soprano gained international acclaim after winning the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions at 21, making her one of the youngest victors.
The 25-minute work, set in five movements, is the first musical composition to be commissioned by the Biennale.
“Flamenco at its essence has not changed at all. Still it progresses, evolves. One new sound, a new drum, perhaps, or a different guitar, can open up a thousand possibilities.”
At 17, Holmes became the first North American dancer invited to perform with the Kirov Ballet Company—arguably the best in the world.
Call it an act of benevolence, or of cultural conscientiousness. Whether you know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall, or you don’t, this is an exhibit you are going to want to see.
They played like two old friends catching up, but this is no nostalgia tour.
Equal parts approachable, passionate, effusive, self-deprecating and serious, Christopher Gaze is the formative creative force behind Bard on the Beach.
Iconic actress performs Green Porno.
Green Porno, Live on Stage is Isabella Rossellini’s provocative and comedic performance that explores the fascinating sex lives of land and sea creatures.