September 2020 Update on Live Performances and Events at the NAC.

News Releases

  1. #DANCEFORTH: A new NAC Dance livestream series designed to support Canadian dance artists both locally and nationally.

    September 23, 2020

    OTTAWA, September 23, 2020 – NAC Dance announces a new virtual dance series of livestreams titled #DanceForth to open on Thursday, October 1st at 7 P.M. (EDT) from the National Arts Centre Fourth Stage. The first event will feature Gatineau’s own premier street dance company Bboyizm, headed by Crazy Smooth and his team of fantastic movers, along with contemporary dancer Saxon Fraser... Read more

  2. National Arts Centre Announces a Gradual Return to Live Performances and a Continuation of Online Programming this Fall

    September 8, 2020

    The National Arts Centre (NAC) today unveiled details of its exciting September artistic lineup, which includes a gradual return to live performances in front of small audiences at the NAC and across Canada, as well as new online offerings.  Live shows get underway Friday September 11 at the NAC. They will take place in front of small, invited audiences due to the... Read more

  3. National Arts Centre a Gradual Return to Live Performances and a Continuation of Online Programming this Fall

    September 8, 2020

    The National Arts Centre (NAC) today unveiled details of its exciting September artistic lineup, which includes a gradual return to live performances in front of small audiences at the NAC and across Canada, as well as new online offerings.  Live shows get underway Friday September 11 at the NAC. They will take place in front of small, invited audiences due to the... Read more

  4. NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE TO BRING CANADIAN ARTISTS AND AUDIENCES TOGETHER WITH GRAND ACTS OF THEATRE

    August 27, 2020

    NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE TO BRING CANADIAN ARTISTS AND AUDIENCES TOGETHER WITH GRAND ACTS OF THEATRE New initiative will reunite theatre artists and live audiences in 11 Canadian locations and a national audience via online experience. August 27, 2020 – OTTAWA (Canada) – As the performing arts sector continues to face unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the... Read more

  5. Mani Soleymanlou has been appointed Artistic Director of NAC French Theatre

    August 18, 2020

    Christopher Deacon, President and CEO of Canada’s National Arts Centre (NAC), today announced that director, playwright and actor Mani Soleymanlou has been appointed Artistic Director of NAC French Theatre, effective September 1, 2021. “Theatre invites us to see things differently,” said Mr. Deacon. “Through his work, Mani Soleymanlou calls us to... Read more

  6. THE NEXT ACT: THE NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE RELEASES ITS NEW STRATEGIC PLAN

    August 11, 2020

    News Release THE NEXT ACT: THE NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE RELEASES ITS NEW STRATEGIC PLAN The NAC’s 3-Year Plan (2020-2023) will lead and support the performing arts sector in Canada by focusing on its renewal, long-term resiliency and impact through dynamic artistic leadership, community building, learning and innovation and operational sustainability. August 11, 2020 – OTTAWA –... Read more

  7. NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE TO HOST CANADIAN STAGE AT VIRTUAL EDITION OF 59th PHILADELPHIA FOLK FESTIVAL

    July 30, 2020

    All-Canadian lineup features:  William Prince, Silla and Rise, OKAN, Marie-Clo and more — to perform at first virtual edition of Philadelphia Folk Festival on August 14 OTTAWA (Canada) – On August 14, 2020 the National Arts Centre (NAC) will bring together a line-up of Canadian musicians as part of the Philadelphia Folk Festival’s 2020 digital Edition. The Canadian stage... Read more

  8. #CANADAPERFORMS AND RBC BLUESFEST JOIN FORCES AND PRESENT DRIVE-IN LIVE PERFORMANCES

    June 18, 2020

    This summer, a diverse range of emerging and established Canadian artists and bands such as Marie-Mai, Sam Roberts Band, Patrick Watson and Tim Hicks will perform live concerts at the Place des Festivals, Zibi site. People will be able to drive-in and watch live performances from their vehicles, respecting distancing measures in place at that time. OTTAWA (Canada) – The National Arts Centre... Read more

  9. Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples History Month at the NAC

    June 16, 2020

     The National Arts Centre (NAC) is honouring the distinct perspectives and cultures of Indigenous artists throughout the month of June as part of National Indigenous History Month, including National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21. Highlights include Indigenous art on the NAC’s Kipnes Lantern, online storytelling and interviews, as well as a multitude of music performances.... Read more

  10. JUNE IS FOR FESTIVALS ON #CANADAPERFORMS

    June 10, 2020

    Starting Thursday June 11, the #RoadToCanadaDay series will present and livestream over 25 festivals until June 30, including the Winnipeg Folk Festival, the Dawson City Music Festival, Folks on the Rock and the Halifax Jazz Festival.  OTTAWA (Canada) – #CanadaPerforms continues to present artists, workshops and events throughout the month of June, focusing on support for festivals... Read more

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