Today in Toronto: Broken Social Scene, Steve Driscoll, Richard Whiteman

Broken Social Scene Regulars Brendan Canning, Kevin Drew and Andrew Whiteman take the lead, while Calgary’s Lisa Lobsinger steps in for on-again, off-again vocalists Emily Haines, Amy Millan and Feist. Find out more >>

Shakespeare: If Music Be... The Art of Time Ensemble is behind this collaborative effort: music, dance and theatre inspired by Shakespeare. The music runs the gamut from John Cage to Rufus Wainwright, and the plays from Hamlet to Romeo and Juliet, featuring choreography by James Kudelka and Peggy Baker, and acting by the likes of Ted Dykstra and Lucy Peacock. Find out more >>

Steve Driscoll You’ve got to admire the bravery of a Canadian artist who paints snowy landscapes without a trace of irony. (He’s done flowers, too.) An exacting eye, great skill and respect for his surroundings give these works both heft and grace. Find out more >>

Richard Whiteman A superb pianist and elegant composer with seven albums to his credit, Richard Whiteman brings an easy fluency and an impish sense of humour to styles ranging from stride to contemporary. Find out more >>


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