Early Music Vancouver’s rendition of Dido and Aeneas with period instruments -- including the archlute and the Baroque guitar -- will be a tone lower than most versions.
And Chad’s role in 4OUR is to add what Laughlin calls “magical moments” to the performance.
“Duende” in Spanish is a mythical elf-like creature and in flamenco, it refers to the soul, a heightened state of emotions and expression.
It challenges the audience to make connections and reflect on art – both visual and performing – by enhancing their experience through interweaving the two art forms together.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away … there was an A Cappella club at UBC that was in the Song Wars: The Force Aca-wakens. Get ready for yet another amazingly geeky concert from UBC A Cappella. There’s twice the fun, twice the singing, twice the nerdiness and puns with double the concerts this time.
The original idea was to create a Steven Harp but the close timing of the Canadian election forced to trio to seek an alternative candidate. Not only does Donald Trump have the perfect last name, he was an infamous figure known for his radical views.
Songs of the Wasteland is a 13 piece musical drama composed by Holocaust survivor Renia Perel. Perel tells her experience during the Holocaust through music by remembering those who perished and celebrating the brave heroes of the Holocaust.
Home Fire Burning is an excellent play that instills a sense of nostalgia and imagination that can be shared by the audience. Elric seamlessly wove three stories into her play and cleverly demonstrated her talent for exposition and writing.