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MONTREAL CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL

The Montreal Chamber Music Festival, May 5–28, is celebrating 16 sold-out years.  This year the fest spotlights Beethoven’s string quartets for the first time in over a decade. There are also FREE pre-concert presentations before the Beethoven Series on Tuesdays and Wednesdays…

THE MCCORD MUSEUM CELEBRATES 90 YEARS

Can you say ‘’history on an iPod’’? The McCord Museum on Sherbrooke Street, one of Canada’s oldest museums, is celebrating 90 years with a very forward-looking exhibit…

CONTEMPORARY ART IN MONTREAL

Montreal is full of galleries where you can find fabulous contemporary art, from well-known Canadian and International names, as well as exciting new emerging artists…

MEET A MONTREALER: CORNO

Joanne Corneau, the artist known as Corno, was born in Quebec and studied art at the Université du Québec à Montréal. Then she took off for New York, where she has lived and worked for 20 years…

WORLD-FAMOUS ARTISTS AT MONTREAL’S DHC/ART GALLERY

One of Montreal’s go-to destinations for contemporary art is somewhat hidden away, but well worth the trip. DHC/ART is a cutting-edge gallery in a converted historic building on a little cobblestone side street called St-Jean in Old Montreal…

MEET A MONTREALER: ANDRE MONET

Artist André Monet, a Montrealer now living in London, is creating a special portrait of royal couple Prince William of Wales and Kate Middleton, who are marrying in April 2011…

THE ART OF LUXURY IN MONTREAL

With spring shopping just around the corner, what better time than now to peruse artist Jonathan Seliger’s gorgeous bright sculpture bags– luxury that lasts…

UNDERGROUND ART AND NUIT BLANCHE

Yes, it’s a tad nippy in Montreal. But thankfully part of Nuit Blanche, one of the highlights of the Montreal High Lights Festival, goes down under the ground…