French Yoga – Language in Motion

Take your French language experience to the next level by exploring the connection between heart, body and mind in this all-levels yoga series offered entirely in French for three sessions […]


Is the Missing Middle Missing for Good Reason?

Is the Missing Middle Missing for Good Reason?

A lecture Dr. Thomas Davidoff, Stanley Hamilton Professor in Real Estate Financing, Sauder School of Business; and  Director of the Centre for Urban Economics and Real Estate at UBC.


Understanding Artificial Intelligence

Understanding Artificial Intelligence

Dr. Kevin Leyton-Brown,Distinguished University Scholar and Professor of Computer Science, UBC. Dr. Leyton-Brown’s research addresses issues in computational game theory; also in market design, analysis and clearing, as well as […]


UBC’s Ceremony for Remembrance Day

UBC’s Ceremony for Remembrance Day

Since the opening of the War Memorial Gym in 1951, The University of British Columbia has held a ceremony commemorating November 11. This year, 2023 will mark seventy-three years that […]


The UBC Museum of Anthropology: A Collection Fit for the Nation(s)

The UBC Museum of Anthropology: A Collection Fit for the Nation(s)

Dr. Anthony Shelton is Professor of Art History, Visual Art, and Theory; and former Director of the Museum of Anthropology. Dr. Shelton’s interests include Latin American, Iberian and African visual […]


Thinking as Politics: The Moral Dimensions of Poetry

Thinking as Politics: The Moral Dimensions of Poetry

A Lecture by Dr. Jan Zwicky, Professor Emerita in the Department of Philosophy, University of Victoria Dr. Zwicky is one of Canada’s most respected artists and intellectuals, known equally for […]


Advanced Models and Solutions for Mitigating the Impact of Ship Noise on Marine Mammals

Advanced Models and Solutions for Mitigating the Impact of Ship Noise on Marine Mammals

In the scientific community, it is now well recognized that anthropogenic noise poses serious threats to marine mammals. The main noise sources come from large commercial vessels such as cargo […]


Artist Talk – Bettina Matzkuhn presents Meteobotany

Artist Talk – Bettina Matzkuhn presents Meteobotany

Join Bettina Matzkuhn, the multimedia artist behind Meteobotany, at the next Beaty Biodiversity Museum Nocturnal on October 19th, 2023. Bettina will talk about the process of making her textile works featuring […]


Jazz Ensemble rehearsal
Fred Stride, Director

UBC Jazz Ensemble

UBC Jazz Ensemble Director Benjamin Henriques will lead the UBC Jazz Ensemble through a fabulous program of big band classics to contemporary jazz pieces. Image: Takumi Hayashi


Jazz Ensemble rehearsal
Fred Stride, Director

UBC Jazz Ensemble

UBC Jazz Ensemble New Director Benjamin Henriques will lead the UBC Jazz Ensemble through a fabulous program of big band classics to contemporary jazz pieces. Image: Takumi Hayashi


UBC Choirs, Graeme Langager, Director

University Singers & Choral Union with Vancouver Brass Orchestra

UBC Choirs University Singers  Graeme Langager conductor UBC Choral Union Hyejung Jun conductor The award-winning UBC Choirs presents a powerful program of music featuring the beautiful voices of the University Singers, Choral Union, […]


UBC Symphony Orchestra

UBC Symphony Orchestra

UBC Symphony Orchestra Jonathan Girard conductor The UBC Symphony Orchestra (UBCSO) is a 90-member full symphony orchestra that performs symphonic works from the 18th century to the present day. It presents […]


A Canadian in Paris | UBC Bands

A Canadian in Paris | UBC Bands

UBC Bands Concert Winds Jaelem Bhate conductor Symphonic Wind Ensemble Robert Taylor conductor UBC Bands is distinguished by their high level of performance, creative thematic programming, and commitment to contemporary music through […]


UBC Symphony Orchestra

UBC Symphony Orchestra

UBC Symphony Orchestra Jonathan Girard conductor Featuring the winner from the UBC Concerto Competition, pianist Jaeden Izik-Dzurko. Sergei Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor The UBC Symphony Orchestra (UBCSO) […]


UBC Bands dress rehearsal, Robert Taylor, conductor

Charmed | UBC Concert Winds

UBC Bands Concert Winds Jaelem Bhate conductor UBC Bands is distinguished by their high level of performance, creative thematic programming, and commitment to contemporary music through commissions, premieres, and composer residencies. […]


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UBC Bang! Festival

where code and music meet UBC Music students perform electroacoustic music using computer instruments and audio/video processes. Students control these instruments and processes through gesture tracking of traditional instruments, dance, […]


Opera Tea: St. Patrick Meets Mozart

Opera Tea: St. Patrick Meets Mozart

An Opera Tea wishing you the luck of the Irish with greetings to the coming spring season. Join us for selections from Mozart’s Così fan tutte, and a soon-to-be-announced fourth opera. […]


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UBC WinterBang! Festival

where code and music meet UBC Music students perform electroacoustic music using computer instruments and audio/video processes. Students control these instruments and processes through gesture tracking of traditional instruments, dance, […]


Opera Tea: A Sneak Peek at The Cunning Little Vixen and More

Opera Tea: A Sneak Peek at The Cunning Little Vixen and More

This Opera Tea offers a sneak peek of our upcoming production of The Cunning Little Vixen, as well as arias from some of our students preparing for competitions! Enjoy this concert […]


Meet Your Maker

Meet Your Maker

Celebrate food sustainability on campus. Meet the people behind the food you eat. Samples, give-aways and learn the stories of local businesses and partners of UBC Food Services and UBC […]


Go Global 101 for students

Learn about UBC Go Global programs like exchange, study abroad, research abroad and Global Seminars. Come for an overview of eligibility, timelines, and next steps! Weekly on Zoom from September […]


Wednesday Noon Hours- Visions of Light and Dark

Wednesday Noon Hours- Visions of Light and Dark

The program begins with Reena Esmail’s ethereal and tender Saans (Breath), with its Indian-inspired improvisatory writing. This is followed by 2 short works commissioned by the Trio for its 20th […]


Wednesday Noon Hours- Invisible Cities

Wednesday Noon Hours- Invisible Cities

Celebrated duo Marina Thibeault and Janelle Fung delight international audiences with their spellbinding performances and engaging presence. They will perform a compelling program for viola and piano which includes works […]


Wednesday Noon Hours- J.S. Bach: Das Orgelbüchlein

Wednesday Noon Hours- J.S. Bach: Das Orgelbüchlein

Rescheduled from Jan 17. J.S. Bach’s monumental Orgelbüchlein (BWV 599−644) is a collection of 46 Lutheran chorale preludes for organ, spanning the entire traditional liturgical year. As Bach composed these […]


Wednesday Noon Hours- David Kaplan

Wednesday Noon Hours- David Kaplan

This program involves three interrelated commissions by Christopher Cerrone, Anthony Cheung, and Andrea Casarrubios, around which I’ve developed a “quasi una fantasia” program theme, featuring almost-improvised works connected and interspersed with […]