Remember how much Osheaga expanded last year? Well, to prepare 42,500 festival-goers for what we’re about to experience together, we called up Evenko’s Nick Farkas to ask what’s new with the site for 2013.
The Jazz Fest has wrapped up another year of eclectic programming and downtown domination. See some of our favourite acts from Stockton, L.A., NYC, Toronto, Glasgow and Coventry (and Montreal, of course), as shot by Cindy Lopez.
This year's edition of the downtown-dominating festival has its obvious standouts, like Wynton Marsalis, Wayne Shorter, the Brubeck Brothers and Trombone Shorty. But there are many more interesting artists to catch up on and more adventurous music to experience.
On Saturday, the Montreal Baroque Festival and Pop Montreal co-presented a unique musical spectacle by local artists Party Like It's 1699: Le Pop d'Époque, with music by Mozart's Sister, Majical Cloudz and Syngja. Photographer Cindy Lopez captured some scenes from the digitized fantasy theatre performance.
With cigar-box guitars, keys, strings and voices, AroarA bring the cut-up work of a Pulitzer-winning poet to life on their EP (and forthcoming LP), In the Pines, launching with a kind-of secret show this week.