Cinq a SixA 17th century masterpiece restored at Montreal Museum of Fine ArtsFeb 28, 2015 | 3:31The painting Abraham Sacrificing Isaace by Valentin de Boulogne has been in storage for decades. But now after a year-long restoration the masterpiece is back at the European Masters Gallery at the MMFA.
Cinq a SixCanada's Next Classical Stars in their Broadcast DebutFeb 20, 2015 | 1:31Jeanette Kelly talks to young Golden Violin winners Chan Lee and Victor Fournelle-Blain about rivalry. Tune in to Cinq à six Saturday 5 p.m. for the full conversation.
Cinq a SixGideon Arthurs: Taking National Theatre School to Next StageFeb 20, 2015 | 12:48The new CEO of the National Theatre School talks to Jeanette Kelly about his dreams for the school, his love for the Jean Talon Market and acting with his young children.
Cinq a SixWeb journalist Keithy Antoine reflects on challenges for black reporters and creatorsFeb 20, 2015 | 0:53Keithy Antoine is part of a panel coming up this weekend on Cinq à six talking about the obstacles to getting stories from the black community into the mainstream media.
Cinq a SixMontreal actor Evelyne Brochu on lead role in X-Company for CBC TVFeb 15, 2015 | 1:53Evelyne Brochu tells Jeanette Kelly she thinks strong women characters like the role she plays in X-Company, the new CBC Television spy drama are long overdue.
Cinq a SixNews from Véhicule Press: Bridging French/English literary worldFeb 11, 2015 | 15:04A conversation with three Montreal authors turned translators, Dimitri Nasrallah, Catherine Léroux and Neil Smith, on translation and reading in the other official language.
Cinq a SixMichel Beaulac on Samson and DelilahJan 24, 2015 | 16:47Just hours before its opening, Artistic Director of the Opera de Montreal, Michel Beaulac talks about their extraordinary new production of Samson and Delilah at Place des arts.
Cinq a SixKaren Young on her Mass for 3 Choirs called Missa CampanulaJan 16, 2015 | 13:17Karen Young has a long and distinguished career as a singer and songwriter. Her eclectic tastes have moved through jazz, pop, traditional... and now sacred music. Her latest project is a Mass called "Missa Campanula" - a choral work written for 3 choirs.
Cinq a SixVictoria LeBlanc On The Visual Arts CentreJan 11, 2015 | 10:30The Visual Arts Centre is a thriving art centre with courses ranging from ceramics to live model drawing, summer programs for teens and a dynamic gallery showing Montreal artists.
Joining me in studio is Executive Director Victoria LeBlanc.
Cinq a SixActor Nicolas Dromard on The Jersey BoysJan 11, 2015 | 10:20Canadian actor Nicolas Dromard plays Tommy DeVito one of the lead roles in The Jersey Boys - It's the true story of Franki Valli and The Four Seasons and is playing at Salle Wilfred Pelletier.
Cinq a SixStephen McAdams on Is Music a Universal Language?Jan 11, 2015 | 16:51Next time you hear the old adage that music is the universal language, you might want to stop and think about the Pygmies from the rainforest of the Congo. McGill Prof Stephen McAdams explains why!
Cinq a SixQuebec Writing Competition - Second Place Winner James Dunnigan -Jan 3, 2015 | 16:23The Second Prize winner at this year's QWC is James Dunnigan for his story "Open Bay." "Open Bay" is a textbook example of a fresh, compelling voice that elevates the subject to a whole new plateau."
Cinq a SixQuebec Writing Competition - First Place Winner Allegra McKenzieJan 3, 2015 | 18:47Allegra McKenzie's "The Glass Man" is an inspired fusion of tone to subject, teetering between melancholy, strange and heartbreaking. The scenery is just as vivid and lush as the narration that surrounds it." QWC judges.
Cinq a SixSteve Galluccio on Les Chroniques de Saint-LeonardDec 20, 2014 | 13:24Steve Galluccio's newest stage production is the much-anticipated Les Chroniques de Saint-Leonard. I spoke to an excited Galluccio at Theatre Jean-Duceppe just before opening day.
Cinq a SixMontreal Interactive Film Director Vincent MorissetDec 20, 2014 | 11:59Montreal Director Vincent Morisset and his team are putting the finishing touches on 'Way to Go' an extraordinary interactive digital film for computer slated to launch at The Sundance Film Festival next month. An exclusive preview of his work.