This years’ event will feature some of Canada’s top comedians including Montreal’s very own, Derek Seguin. Guests will enjoy a selection of wine, beer and premium cuisine served throughout the evening. An interactive auction will[...]
An inspiring musical evening featuring international contemporary singer Barbara Lewis who will pay tribute to Canadian music including the great Leonard Cohen. With special guest singer Ben Griffin. All proceeds from this event will directly[...]
On Saturday, November 11, a night of entertaining Lip Sync performances, hilarious stand-up comedy and amazing silent auctions. The night will be hosted by Michael Musi. All proceeds will go towards the fight to end[...]
78 minute Feature Documentary Doors open at 6:15 pm Film begins at 7:15 pm Question and Answer session with Filmmakers at 8:35 pm Logline: Between 1940 and 1920 over 8500 people were wrongfully imprisoned in[...]
For one night only, Montreal-based author (The Examined Life, A Year In The Light) and teacher Bram Levinson is taking his wisdom, irreverence and sense of humour to the stage. Join him for an evening of[...]
DJ Touski + DJ Rythm & Hues Montreal’s Gypsy Kumbia Orchestra is an explosion of music and dance, circus and imagination. The band is a creative chaos that fuses Afro-Colombian percussion with the brass and[...]
Come support Spectrum Productions and celebrate the work of over 60 youth on the autism spectrum who participated in Spectrum’s summer camp programming. A selection from the 90 short films created will be screened at[...]
Ideal for work party, family and friends! Come join the Boogie Party! The show will be presented at the Rialto Theatre (5723 du Parc Ave.). RESERVED SEATS Show: $49* Dinner show: $118** * Taxes included,[...]
The Kino’00 Annual Gala (Soirée Kino VIP), in addition to being Kino’00’s annual fundraising event, is a spectacular gala where upwards of 300 people from the film and television industries gather alongside Kino members. Along[...]
Marianne Lambert, soprano Valérie Milot, harp Justine Pelletier, piano For this season’s third concert, Pentaèdre proposes a journey to the Russia of folk tales and legends with the participation of soprano Marianne Lambert, harpist Valérie Milot and[...]
Don’t miss another magical Grand Bal at the Rialto Theatre! A beautiful historial venue, incredible quality music by our DJ Michel Auzat and the most important element to make this evening magical…YOU! Join us as[...]
The one and only “Spiritual Junkie”, #1 New York Times best-selling author of The Universe Has Your Back, & part of Oprah Winfrey’s “Super Souls Sunday”, will be in Montreal for 1 NIGHT ONLY to discuss her highly[...]
Dare sensuality, seduction, provocation! Be BURLESQUE! Saturday March 17, 2018, at the highly acclaimed Rialto Theatre in Montreal, Monde Osé welcomes you to the 13th edition of the Royal Burlesque Ball. Be part of a[...]
BENEFIT GALA of the de McGill Chamber Orchestra
For our upcoming season, pamper yourself or a friend this upcoming season with a gift that gives!
By donating to the McGill Chamber Orchestra, you can benefit from three wonderful evenings including our Argentinian gala Milonga, one VIP ticket to attend Handel’s Messiah, and one concert of your choice at the Rialto Theater.
This years’ event will feature some of Canada’s top comedians including Montreal’s very own, Derek Seguin. Guests will enjoy a selection of wine, beer and premium cuisine served throughout the evening. An interactive auction will be live throughout the evening with the chance to win once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Don’t miss out on some fan-favourites of the evening including Glasses On Glasses Off and an EXCITING live auction! ALL IN SUPPORT OF THE FOUNDATION FIGHTING BLINDNESS
Question and Answer session with Filmmakers at 8:35 pm
Between 1940 and 1920 over 8500 people were wrongfully imprisoned in Canada.
THAT NEVER HAPPENED reveals the story of Canada’s first national internment operations between 1914 – 1920, when over 88,000 people were forced to register and more than 8,500 were wrongfully imprisoned in concentration camps across Canada, not for anything they had done but because of where they came from.
In 1954 the public records were destroyed, and in the 1980s a few brave men and women began working to reclaim this chapter in history and ensure future generations would know about it.
For one night only, Montreal-based author (The Examined Life, A Year In The Light) and teacher Bram Levinson is taking his wisdom, irreverence and sense of humour to the stage. Join him for an evening of insight, laughter and exploration into life, family, love, fear, hope and what it means to be spiritually awake in today’s world. Brandishing his usual refreshing, deeply personal, edgy approach and sense of humour, stories will be told, wisdom will be shared through his experiences and perspective, and inspiration will be what’s left after everything is said and done.
Bram Levinson is an author, teacher and speaker in the domain of yoga, meditation, Hinduism, spirituality and self-development. Through study, observation and the practical application of the concepts he’s gleaned, he has found his way forward to living an incredibly meaningful life. His mission in his lifetime is to accompany others as they do the same.