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Harbourfront Centre celebrates the nation’s foremost rite of passage with the biggest birthday party of the year!
Chartering through the culturally and geographically diverse landscape of our provinces and territories, Harbourfront Centre celebrates all things that sound, feel, look, and taste like Canada!
This intimate documentary profiles the veteran Canadian music, theatre, film and television performer who's also known as Canada's First Lady of jazz, blues and gospel.
Led by Pierre Chartrand, this group is a credit to stepdancing as an explosive form of percussive dance.
The band's genre-jumping sound blends rootsy, acoustic-heavy folk and country with elements of classic and progressive rock.
Crossing all borders - from the Aboriginal hand-drum to the djembe of Africa to the dhol drums of India, every community uses drums to celebrate cultural rites of passage.
Compared to everyone from Joni Mitchell to Feist, Canadian indie pop folk chanteuse Basia Bulat has become one of the most talked about new artists in Canada and the United States.
Witness their unique style of harmonizing fire manipulation with acrobatic dance, Celtic and classical rhythms.
Martha Wainwright is wonderfully varied as she meshes elements of rock, folk, country and chanson singing with a hugely expressive voice and an arsenal of powerful songs.