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Edmonton has the Early Music Festival, the Chamber Music Festival, and many rock and pop music festivals; Now Hear This is the festival of...

U of A welcomes international artists for their first public performances in Western Canada The work of British choreographer Jonathan Burrows and Italian composer Matteo...

Guest post by Dr. Marnie Giesbrecht University of Alberta Organist In my position as University Organist I take pride in presenting alumni of our organ studies...
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After centuries of queer life being hidden in the closet and the loss of almost an entire generation of gay men to HIV/AIDS, The...
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Veteran director imparts wisdom to emerging Canadian theatre artists The University of Alberta’s Department of Drama welcomed Marti Maraden, one of Canada’s most sought-after directors,...

University of Alberta’s New Works Festival showcases what’s next in Edmonton theatre by Jenna Marynowski Originally published on After the House Lights There’s a lot going...

The catalogue of 19th century violinists is so extensive that U of A violinist Guillaume Tardif is serving up a second helping. Following up on...
ABBEDAM debuts new translation and adaptation of Spring Awakening (2015). Photo by Kelsi Kalmer.

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the University of Alberta’s Department of Drama, the Curious Arts blog is sharing 50 Reasons to Go See...

How do you write a bicycle-themed piece of music? Start by sounding a bike bell.
Howard Bashaw. Photo by TJ Jans.

Here’s a post that simultaneously throws back to May 30, 2015 when Alberta Ballet invited audiences to The Creation Experience and looks ahead to...