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Review: The Argyle Street Kitchen Party is a straight-forward good time

A remount from last summer, Neptune Theatre returns with The Argyle Kitchen Street Party, a kaleidoscope of tunes, new and old, from Canada’s East...

Zamani named this year’s Stingray Rising Star at Halifax Jazz Festival

At just eighteen, Zamani has burst onto the music scene as the winner of this year’s Stingray Rising Star contest at the just completed...

The party is back in the kitchen this summer at Neptune Theatre

Few people do it like East Coasters do it. The kitchen party that is. And Neptune Theatre knows it, as they have announced the...

Audrey Ochoa’s rising star

If you’re not familiar with the name Audrey Ochoa you will be by the time this year’s TD Halifax Jazz Festival is over. Along...

Myles Goodwyn and Friends of the Blues to headline Halifax Jazz Fest’s free closing night concert

The Halifax Jazz Festival has announced April Wine frontman and member of the Canada Music Hall of Fame, Myles Goodwyn and his band, Friends...

Juno & Polaris Prize-winning Jeremy Dutcher coming to Halifax in concert with Symphony Nova Scotia

Indigenous music artist Jeremy Dutcher has announced a national tour in support of his Juno and Polaris Music Prize winning album, Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa. While...

Symphony Nova Scotia announces two finalists in its search for new music director

Following a three-year international search, Symphony Nova Scotia has announced Québec-based Jean-Michel Malouf and New Zealand-born Holly Mathieson as the two finalists in its...

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Halifax Camerata Singers has announced Canadian composer Laura Hawley will be the choir’s first composer-in-residence in its 35th (2021-2022) anniversary year. “We’re so excited to...

Your holiday live entertainment guide

There is little doubt that with COVID-19, this year's holiday season is going to feel a lot different as large festive gatherings are replaced...

On this Giving Tuesday our local arts organizations need us more than ever

You’ve no doubt heard of Black Friday and maybe Cyber Monday, but perhaps you’ve not heard of Giving Tuesday. According to givingtuesday.ca, Giving Tuesday is a...

20 questions (pandemic edition) with Colleen MacIsaac

During this time of social distancing and dark venues, Halifax Presents continues to check-in with members of our arts community to find out how...