The history of the city of Nara can be traced back to its years as the ancient capital of Japan from 710 to 784 when it was known as Heijokyo. Japan’s administrative systems and legal codes were reformed by the central government in Nara on the basis of the newly adopted state religion, Buddhism, as […]
This March at the Japan Foundation, Toronto, the lecture Does Privacy Exist in the Age of Big Data? by Professor Kaori Ishii will examine how changing technology and rapid development has affected privacy law and personal data protection in Japan.
Syrinx Concerts Toronto annual concert series presents performances by world renowned and local classical chamber musicians, who are pre-eminent professionals as well as superb emerging young performers. Each concert program highlights a work by a Canadian composer together with the more familiar classical repertoire. The Heliconian Hall, the venue for the concert series, provides a […]
23 CLASSICAL AND 6 JAZZ CONCERTS ANNOUNCED Season Gala on October 17, 2017 with beloved film star Bill Murray accompanied by cellist Jan Vogler and friends “The Roots of Jazz” features a six-concert gumbo of some of the ‘ingredients’ of jazz Violin superstar Joshua Bell makes his Koerner Hall debut All-female piano series features Khatia […]
Hot Docs, North America’s largest documentary festival, will present its 24th edition from April 27 to May 7, 2017.
Families and kids of all ages can expect a whale of a good time at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) this March Break. From March 11 to 19, ROM’s Big Blue March Break dives into an exciting underwater world of ocean exploration with ROM experts, virtual reality fun, lively theatre performances, collaborative art projects and more.
Appel Salon Season at Toronto Reference Library