Isabel Bader Center for Performing Arts

Bryn Blackwood shines in piano solo at the Isabel

Bryn Blackwood has arrived on the scene—and in Kingston—as a rising Canadian musician.Continue...

The Isabel Bader Centre supports aspiring local musicians

Kingston is already a regular artistic hub, but this month, thanks to the YGK Emerging Musician Competition, aspiring musicians might be the ones getting all the attention.Continue...

FoldA blazes a new trail for digital theatre

Kingston’s very own Festival of Live Digital Art burst onto the stage last year with its innovative integration of digital technology into theatreContinue...

Festival envisions Indigenous resurgence

Attendees at the Ka’tarohkwi Indigenous Arts Festival will see artwork free of restrictions.Continue...

Plays “Botticelli” and “Sodom” go back to the past

Taking the stage at the Isabel Bader Centre from Mar. 22 to 25, Botticelli in the Fire and Sunday in Sodom is a double bill that brings the past straight into the modern age.Continue...

The Revolutions breaks ground in the world of theatre

When I entered the Studio Theatre at the Isabel Bader Centre on Thursday, it was like walking into someone else’s home.Continue...

A final goodbye to Mata Hari

On Tuesday night, a crowd gathered at the Isabel Bader Center for Performing Arts to witness the final days of Mata Hari before her execution at the Prison Saint-Lazare in Paris, France.Continue...