Tag Archives: National Arts Centre

Indigenous Trailblazers: Carving Paths Through Tradition [Megaphono 2018]

CBC Radio: Unreserved presents INDIGENOUS TRAILBLAZERS: CARVING PATHS THROUGH TRADITION hosted by CBC Unreserved’s Rosanna Deerchild ADMISSION: FREE AND OPEN TO ALL LOCATION: Glass Thorsteinson Staircase (National Arts Centre, 1 Elgin) In the 1960’s and 70’s, Indigenous artists from every corner of Turtle Island carved unique paths that extend into the present. Working in and …

Kroy @ NAC

Camille Poliquin was discovered on the Quebec music scene when she sang backing vocals on David Giguère and Jason Bajada’s albums. In 2012, she proved she had much more to offer than a pretty voice when she wrote her first songs under the alias of KROY. Four songs were released on Bandcamp in 2014, and …

Wolf Gang: Session 10 @ Mercury Lounge

Wolf Gang Sessions 10 at Mercury Lounge on January 20, 2018. If you aren’t familiar with this series, Wolf Gang Sessions pushes classical music out of its comfort zone. The music mixes contemporary and indie classical with exciting collaborations between NAC Orchestra musicians. The sessions is a collaboration with the venue and National Arts Centre …

Wolf Gang – Session 10

Mercury Lounge & The National Arts Centre present WolfGANG – Session 10 Doors at 8pm Live show at 9pm Sink your teeth into some fierce music when the Wolfgang Sessions returns on Saturday, January 20! Members of the NAC Orchestra are back to play chamber music with a wild side for an unforgettable night at …

I Can’t Believe It’s Not – Joni Mitchell’s Blue

Attended the matinee portion of I Can’t Believe It’s Not at NAC Fourth Stage. Presented by Arboretum Festival, the 7 edition was no other than Joni Mitchell’s Blue. Joni fourth album which is highly regarded by critics and fans alike as one of her greatest albums to date. The brainchild of indie troubadour Jon Hynes, …

I Can’t Believe It’s Not – Joni Mitchell ‘Blue’

The NAC Presents Series and Arboretum Festival are thrilled to present the 7th edition of Ottawa’s beloved tribute series, I CAN’T BELIEVE IT’S NOT. To chime in the winter holidays, the series returns with Joni Mitchell’s 1971 masterpiece Blue. Critically-acclaimed upon its release, Mitchell’s fourth album weaved her idiosyncratic folk, with unconventional instrumentation, wild melodies, …