June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day. This is the official day of celebration to recognize and honor the heritage, culture and valuable contributions to society by First Nations peoples.
In recent weeks, since the tragic killing of George Floyd, we have seen people from all over the globe, representing every ethnicity, come together to protest racism against Black people**
The Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra (VICO) is excited to announce the release of In the Key of the World, a full-length studio recording featuring music by Canadian composers Dorothy Chang, John O
In celebration of their 10th anniversary edition (and in response to the global pandemic) the 10-day July Indian Summer Festival will move online with 10 specially curated-for-screen digital events...
Putumayo is pleased to present Celtic Women, a collection of exceptional contemporary songs by renowned female singers inspired by Irish and Scottish traditions.
Iconic maverick Iranian musician and composer Mohsen Namjoo returns to Vancouver touring for his latest new recording.Based in United States, Namjoo has been hailed as “the Bob Dylan of Iran”.
The Vancouver International Women in Film Festival celebrates contemporary cinema created by women.
Two neighbors, civil rights activist and member of the local KKK chapter interact at the time of desegregation in Best of Enemies, produced by Pacific Theatre.
The Sonic Boom Music Festival is a four-day festival of exceptional contemporary classical (new) music created by BC’s finest composers, and performed by some of this province’s best musicians.
Victoria BC Ska & Reggae Society proudly presents Alborosie & Shengen Clan in Vancouver for the first time on Sunday, February 2, 2020 at Rickshaw Theatre.