Five reasons to check out Heart of the City Festival Published on: October 21, 2017 | Last Updated: October 21, 2017 11:00 AM PDT Missing, a new chamber opera that tells the story of Canada's missing and murdered indigenous women, premieres at this year's DTES Heart of the City Festival, which runs from Oct. 25-Nov 5. For Shawn Conner 1026 5 things heart for Oct. 26. Emily Cooper / PNG 14th Annual Downtown Eastside Heart of the City Festival Until Nov. 5 | Various venues Tickets and info:...
Soprano Heather Pawsey performs in Kayoi Komachi/Komachi Visited from Oct. 26 to 28 at the Cultch Historic Theatre. Trevan Wong / PNG Kayoi Komachi/Komachi VisitedOct. 26 to 28 | The Cultch Historic TheatreTickets and info: from $20 at thecultch.comKayoi Komachi/Komachi Visited is a collaboration between composer Farshid Samandari and librettist Colleen Lanki.
Tickets and info: $27.50 at ticketfly.com and local record stores Highlife, Neptoon, Red Cat and Zulu1. It’s a solo show. From his decade with underground hardcore/postpunk trio Husker Du to his years with ’90s hitmakers Sugar, Bob Mould has influenced generations of musicians. His Vancouver show is one of three West Coast dates and a rare chance to see him play solo, accompanied by his own masterful electric guitar playing. 2. Husker Du.
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