146 events and 3 articles for show

Nov.302017

The post-metal quartet led by saxophonist Colin Stetson presents its debut album

Nov.242017

Screening of the movie Rocker, followed by a performance by Chefboss. Presented as part of the Phi loves Hamburg series, where the Phi Centre showcases classics from Filmfest Hamburg

Nov.232017

After a seven year pause, Land of Talk is back with a third studio album, Life After Youth.

Not one to shy away from a sincere hug, Land of Talk’s Elizabeth Powell gets right in there as a warm hello becomes a hug. She pulls out of her bag a bounty of pins. Imprinted on the buttons is a simple black and white line drawing of two people hugging, an image, she explains, that appears on the merch for her band's latest album, Life After Youth (Saddle Creek/ Dine Alone Records). “That's our sweatshirt design,” says Elizabeth...
In 2016, four versatile, passionate, and highly-experienced musicians started a band called Ex Eye. A metal band. A jazz metal band? An undefinable band that their label Relapse records, aptly describes as an “instrumental, post-metal quartet.” There’s Michigan-born, Montreal-based musician Colin Stetson on saxophone (who knew all the band members individually and reached out to them). Colin Stetson has collaborated with Bon Iver,...
Nov.32017

Singer-songwriter Susanne Sundfør presents her album Music For People In Trouble.

Nov.22017

The Franco-Mediterranean ensemble will present their latest album Al Joulan Vol. 2 mixing traditional Arab sounds with jazz

Yelle est de retour à Montréal le 6 octobre pour un concert à guichets fermés au Centre Phi. Un retour qui a décidément trop tardé pour les fans de la formation iconique de la pop française. Et quand une tournée s'intitule Club Party, ça annonce déjà les couleurs de la soirée, n'est-ce pas?  Avec des hits qui ont marqué plus de 10 ans de carrière au sommet des palmarès, de Je veux te voir à Ici et maintenant, et de À cause...
Oct.62017

French pop icon in concert in Montreal as part of her Club Party tour.

Sept.162017

The Detroit born rapper visits the Phi Centre to present his new album Home and The Marshens will be performing live for the first time.

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