Bits & Pieces at the Gerrard Art Space

Bits & Pieces: Encaustics by Noreen Mallory adorns the walls of Gerrard Art Space through November 27. Mallory, a founding member of Gerrard Art Space who has shown there several times, easily moves between painting, drawing, and printmaking, drawing inspiration from the water and world around her. Recently, she’s been sticking to encaustics, using found […]


Cantemus Singers to perform Christmas classic

Take some time this season to appreciate the Christmas music of Dresden’s most famous Renaissance and early Baroque stars with Cantemus Singers, directed by Michael Erdman. A benefit concert for Community Centre 55’s Share-a-Christmas, which provides food toys and hampers to over 850 families in Toronto’s East End, the 12-voice a capella ensemble presents “In […]


Acoustic Harvest presents A Christmas Carol

Acoustic Harvest calls forth the Christmas spirit with its presentation of John Huston and the Madrigals’ captivating take on A Christmas Carol, performing Saturday, Dec. 3 at St. Nicholas Anglican Church. The Madrigals provide sweet harmony accompaniment and seasonal songs to the 25-year veteran solo performer’s production of the Christmas classic. Huston has taken Dickens’ […]


Measure for Measure comes to the Red Sandcastle Theatre

Political corruption, sex scandals, hypocrisy, anti-vice laws, temptation — while this reads like a prediction for the next four years of American politics, it’s in fact the plot of William Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure, showing November 23 to December 4 at Red Sandcastle Theatre. Thought For Food’s “all-female staging of Shakespeare’s provocative comedy transports the […]


Celine Cimon showing at Studio 888

Fix your eyes on the whimsical colour carvings of Celine Cimon, whose paintings and sculptures are up now at Studio 888. Cimon’s multi-dimensional practice features work with bold colours and ample depth. Her mediums play off and fill in for each other, with her artist’s statement noting that the painting/airbrushing technique she uses for her […]

Barbara Sutherland invites you to the Bluffs

Painter Barbara Sutherland is extending an invite to her Scarborough Bluffs studio this Sunday afternoon. The artist has been working on oil panels of the Gatineau, where she was on location over Thanksgiving, continuing with her series of abstract work, as well as scenes from her travels that inspire her. Her studio is at 1 […]


Yellow House Gallery hosts annual art sale

Yellow House Gallery is hosting its annual holiday art sale We Are All Precious Snowflakes beginning next Friday, Nov. 11. The exhibit features small works by emerging and established local and regional artists, all priced at $200 and under. With over 50 artists and over 100 unique works, there is a high likelihood of finding […]


Jim Clayton Trio to take the stage

Award-winning pianist, Jim Clayton is set to take the stage with his band, the Jim Clayton Trio, November 5 at Beach United Church. Described as “the new Vince Guaraldi,” Clayton’s most recent album, Lenny Jumps In, has been featured in Jazziz Magazine and held a spot in the Canadian jazz radio top 10 list, as […]

Acoustic Harvest presents Connie Kaldor

Born during a blizzard in the month of May, the story of how Connie Kaldor came into the world echoes the manner in which she entertains; a whirlwind of cool wit, with the warmth and charm of a home-grown folk musician. Called by the Boston Globe, “A masterful performer, wildly funny one moment, deeply personal […]

Hope’s Music presents Euba

Euba, Canada’s premier Tuba quartet, will present a noon-time concert at Hope United Church as part of Hope’s Music @ 12:15 Concert Series this November 9. Euba is a rarity in the Canadian chamber music world. Formed in 2014, Denise Simpson, Carina Lam, Ian Feenstra and Michela Comparey form a quartet of fun-loving tuba and […]