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Festival brings Indian classical dancers to Burnaby

Festival brings Indian classical dancers to Burnaby

Burnaby residents will have a chance to enjoy some of the best classical dancers of India as part of the upcoming Gait To The Spirit festival. The second annual dance festival, presented by Mandala Arts and Culture, runs from Oct. 28 to 31.
MACHiNENOiSY premieres new work in Burnaby

MACHiNENOiSY premieres new work in Burnaby

The world premiere of a new dance work will be on stage at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts later this month. The Shadbolt Centre is presenting Tempus Fugitive, the new work by MACHiNENOiSY Dance Society, Oct. 12 to 15.

DOXA brings film series to Burnaby

The DOXA Documentary Film Festival is bringing its film series back to Shadbolt Centre for the Arts.
Big screen exposure

Big screen exposure

Local teens took part in unique film education program

Nature's Canvas at libraries

The beauty of Burnaby's landscapes is in the spotlight at two Burnaby libraries.

Success on stage

Burnaby man finds success at annual Sunshine Nation
Musician returns to his roots

Musician returns to his roots

When Joseph Elworthy first walked through the doors of the Vancouver Academy of Music as a fouryear-old, he couldn't possibly have imagined he'd be returning to run the place more than three decades later.

The art of collaboration

Art doesn't have to be a solitary pastime. The Burnaby Art Gallery is opening a new exhibition showcasing examples of collaborative art.

Celebrating a lifetime of making music

Local resident gearing up for a unique musical concert

Orchestra launch

A Burnaby native is in the spotlight when the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra launches its 2011/12 season this weekend. Internationally acclaimed pianist Jon Kimura Parker is featured in the VSO's opening weekend concert - which runs on Saturday, Sept.
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