These are strange, trying, joyful, and fragile times. Join the Vancouver Youth Choir in the Thunderbird Parkade, as we document this moment with all its glory and flaws. The singers will share their journey as young artists learning to function in this new reality of COVID, as they grapple with online school, issues of activism […]

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City Opera presents songs of hope, redemption, and recovery. They implicitly address what the world has been suffering for the last year. They look forward to the reconstruction which will follow. And they illuminate all of this in multiple languages and cultures. Music is the world.

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Music Friends is honoured to be part of the VSO Day of Music again and is pleased to present a program of German and Chinese art song titled Spring Flowers, featuring accomplished local singers Chloé Hurst and Leah Giselle Field, with co-founder and artistic director Eric Wong on the piano. The videos are recorded with […]

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China is a country with 56 nationalities, each nationality has its own unique style and plenty of folk songs. We selected a few songs for you, hoping to make people know something about Chinese folk songs by these beautiful music. It is interesting that we will sing some duets arranged form Chinese folk songs.

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Throughout the pandemic Slow No Tempo has been recording songs in isolation as a quarantined quartet in their “Quarantet” Project. This recording is a selection of some of their favourite songs; The Power of Love, I Want It That Way, Heard It Through The Grapevine, Teenage Dirtbag, and Man of Constant Sorrow.

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Opera Opulenza presents “Seasons of Love”, a concert celebrating love in all its joys and struggles. From Musetta’s coquettish waltz in “La Bohème” to Pamina’s heartrending lament in “The Magic Flute”, these jewels of the repertoire remind us that nothing lasts forever, and the heart changes like the seasons. “Seasons of Love” is our offering […]

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Jumbo also known as Jumbo the Elephant and Jumbo the Circus Elephant, was a 19th-century male African bush elephant born in Sudan. Jumbo was exported to Jardin des Plantes, a zoo in Paris, and then transferred in 1865 to London Zoo in England. Despite public protest, Jumbo was sold to P. T. Barnum, who took him to the United States for exhibition in March 1882.

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