Music in May: Kaïa Kater & Cantabile Choirs

This week on the Curator, we’re bringing you two interviews from the local and touring music scene. First up, we’ll have Geoffrey Sirett, Artistic Director of Cantabile Choirs, giving us an inside look at the organization’s upcoming May 25th performance of Considering Matthew Shepard. Lauren and Geoffrey unpack the work that’s gone into this collaborative effort […]

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May Arts Sampler: Decolonizing with Collaborative Art, Wrestling for a Cause & Third Time’s a Charm

This week on the Curator, we’re bringing you all things new, community-based and out of the box with three interview segments. First up is artist and researcher Carleigh Millburn, who’s heading up a new collaborative art project Making Sense of Decolonization with Artificial Intelligence, Digital and Conventional Art Creation at the Kingston School of Art, […]

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August Arts Sampler: Belle Park Project, Jerry Leger and the Situation & Atria

This week, we’re bringing you live music updates and the inside scoop on a one-of-a-kind arts and research event from the Belle Park Project. First up, Dr. Laura Murray from the Belle Park Project gives us an inside look at the upcoming event from this collective, entitled Unearthed, running August 26th-30th. In live music news, […]

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YGK Collaborates: The Gertrudes Album Release + Cloud 9, Kingston WritersFest

This week, we’re bringing you conversations across festivals and live music releases, brought to us by collaborations like Kingston folkestra project The Gertrudes, and the teams behind upcoming autumn festivals. Local band The Gertrudes releases their fifth full length album, Just to Please You, on August 18th. Greg Tilson of the band stopped by to […]

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August Kickoff: The Kick & Push Festival + Bowie Lives

We’re kicking off August arts on the Kingston Curator with three interviews this week, from Lauren and CFRC Broadcast Journalist Christena Lawrie. Frontman of The Bowie Lives Spectacular, Michael Bell, joins us in conversation ahead of the outfit’s engagement at the Regent Theatre in Picton on August 26th – be sure to check out our […]

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Theatre & Tiny Horse on CFRC!

Live theatre is in full swing in Kingston, and we’ve got two interviews this week bringing you the latest from the stage. Lauren sits down with Artistic Director of Theatre Kingston Rosemary Doyle ahead of this year’s Theatre Kingston Fringe Festival running August 3-13th. Later, we chat with Jeremy Smith, Artistic Director of Driftwood Theatre, […]

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Kingston Music Special: Erez Zobary, Kris + Dee, & Nice On!

This week, Lauren is bringing you an all-out music interview special. CFRC chats with Howe Island Rockin the Rock performers and local folk superduo Kris and Dee about their past Isabel Bader Centre residence, upcoming gigs, and recording with The Pursuit of Happiness.  Queen’s alum and pop/R&B recording artist Erez Zobary is fresh off her […]

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July Arts Sampler: Agnes Reopens, AI In Music & Kingston Concerts!

This week, we’ve got plenty of awesome interviews coming up for you in the local music and arts scenes. In campus and community arts, Lauren sits down with curator and director Emelie Chhangur of the Agnes Etherington Art Centre is bringing us the latest on their reopening and upcoming weekend events. Dr. Kip Pegley, professor […]

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