Digifest is coming back to Corus Quay from Apr. 27 to 29. French digital creation will be highlighted once again this year with the exhibition "French touch of webcreation", coproduced by the Institut français and Transmedia Immersive University.
As part of the exhibition of the project Canada Canada that takes place at the Ottawa Art Gallery (April 28 to
The Toronto European Book Club is coming back in 2017 this February to put the spotlight on Europe’s literary legacy and its contemporary aftermath in today’s publishing, on the occasion of Canada's 150th Anniversary.
French singer Patrick Bruel performs during a show in tribute to late French singer Barbara.
The French soprano Natalie Dessay and pianist Philippe Cassard will perform works by Schubert, Liszt, Fauré, Bizet, and Pfitzner during a special concert at the Koerner Hall on May 2nd 2017 at 8:00pm.
The 2017 ‘Spotlight on France’ marks the first-ever official mission from France to Canadian Music Week. A delegation of French professionals will be in town to participate in one of the most important conferences dedicated to the music industry. 5 French groups will also perform during the festival on April 19, 2017 at the Rivoli.
Invited by the Toronto French School and Alliance française Toronto, Yann Arthus-Bertrand will be in Toronto for the Earth Week. Meet with him during a special evening at the Alliance française Toronto on April 18th 2017 and for a lecture at the Toronto French School on April 21st 2017.
Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival is back in Toronto from April 27 to May 7 for its 24th edition. Among its line-up of 230 titles from 58 countries, 4 French feature films and for the first time 1 French VR experience have been selected.
Come and insert yourself into the frame in this series of video works.
Sandrine Revel and Marcelino Truong will kick off their Canadian Tour at Toronto Comics Art Festival, before going to Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver for the VanCAF. Before coming back to France, they will do a last stop by Montréal, for the Festival de la bande-dessinée.read more
Famed for staggering visuals and the use of cutting-edge digital technology, which has been seen by millions of people around the world, his new live show promises yet again to be a truly immersive musical journey, with JARRE starting his first-ever North-America tour in Toronto on May 9th at Sony Centre.
Join us on the evening of May 11th at the Alliance française of Toronto for a comic arts night! Two panels, one in French about heroines in comics, and one in English with European authors, will feature five comic book artists, from France to Italy, Germany and the UK.