Performing in Montréal.
The evolution of modern design that came out of the Bauhaus, from its origins in Weimar and Dessau to the major exhibitions presented by the MoMA in the 1930s.
These two inspiring, youthful works by Schoenberg will no doubt delight you, along with Concerto for Violin by Mendelssohn.
This concert is sure to spark the interest of music lovers curious to discover repertoire that is out of the ordinary.
Humour, dexterity, great fun, and basketballs.
A tailor-made festival for lovers of words, celebrating the diversity of literary genres, opinions and cultures.
A captivating festival, celebrating every aspects of youth literature.
A program featuring British works with a dazzling interpretation of The Planets by Holst, along with the heartfelt poignancy of Elgar’s Concerto for Cello.
This spring, it’s going to be a zoo at the Théâtre Outremont !
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