Stuart Derdeyn, The Vancouver Sun

Stuart Derdeyn

The Vancouver Sun

Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Recent:
  • The Vancouver Sun
  • The Province
Past:
  • Edmonton Journal
  • SaltWire Network
  • SudburyStar
  • Ottawa Citizen
  • London Free Press
  • The Windsor Star
  • 24 hours Vancouver
  • The Seattle Times

Recent articles by Stuart:

Q&A: Karl Wolf is ready to celebrate the 15 year anniversary of his hit Africa

Wolf has a cross-Canada tour coming. → Read More

Save the date: Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. ticket sale

The exhibit experience in Burnaby begins March 3 for a limited time run → Read More

Guitarist Alvaro Rojas' busy year includes everything from chamber jazz suites to hip hop collaborations

The unlikely pairing of Vancouver jazz guitarist/composer Alvaro Rojas and veteran Canadian hip-hop artist bigmcenroe — two artists from quite different musical backgrounds — presents a mix of chunky beats, improvised passages and occasional "what was that?" sections. → Read More

Eastside Culture Crawl back in full force for 2022

Emma Lancaster is a long time arts scene worker who is now an exhibiting artist at the 2022 Culture Crawl. → Read More

Five things to expect at Saturday's Bryan Adams concert

Bryan Adams brings the So Happy it Hurts tour to town. → Read More

School of Rock opens in Vancouver

Global music training company opens its first Vancouver outlet this week. → Read More

Hunting finds a kind of happiness in You've Got Love (But It Even Tears You Apart)

Local indie rock duo digs into 80s synths and sadness on new album. → Read More

Child trafficking is placed front and centre in modern opera Angel's Bone

The Canadian premiere of Angel's Bone at 2022 Indiefest. → Read More

Chutzpah! Festival 2022 celebrates the musical contributions of unsung Vancouver composer Joan Beckow

The legacy of composer Joan Beckow gets a documentary, a record and a show. → Read More

Q&A: SonReal talks about Nobody's Happy All the Time

B.C. platinum pop artist SonReal mixes hip hop, soul and ballads on his new EP. → Read More

Taylor Swift announces U.S. tour dates

Taylor Swift plays Seattle on July 22. → Read More

Violinist Andrew Dawes, founding member of Orford String Quartet and member of the Order of Canada, has passed

Celebrated Canadian violinist Andrew Dawes has passed. → Read More

Save the date: Shania Twain Queen of Me tour in Vancouver

Country superstar Shania Twain is playing two dates at Rogers Arena in May. → Read More

Now hear this: Carly Rae Jepsen drops the Loneliest Time

Carly Rae Jepsen plays a hometown gig in the Fraser Valley this weekend. → Read More

Q&A: Kuri talks about I Love You, You're Welcome

On his latest album, Kuri dives into memories both old and new. → Read More

Vancouver Art Gallery appoints Sirish Rao as new director of public engagement

Indian Summer Festival co-founder Sirish Rao takes on new job at VAG. → Read More

Vancouver Art Gallery appoints Sirish Rao as new director of public engagement

Indian Summer Festival co-founder Sirish Rao takes on new job at VAG. → Read More

Grace Chiang ready to rewrite music biz bias after 2022 Women In Studio National Accelerator

Vancouver musician and producer pursues a dream of making music more inclusive. → Read More

Playwright Kat Sandler conjures up laughs, thrills and magic in Touchstone Theatre's Yaga

Dora Mavor Award-Winning playwright Kat Sandler spins a small town mystery in Yaga. → Read More

Being Somewhere finds Dan Mangan in fine form

On his sixth album, Vancouver musician dives into sensitive spots with sonic experiments. → Read More