LISZT | A highlight reel of famous pianists in Montreal’s history
Who were the pianists that came through town in the 1900s? We scoured presenters’ records and paired them with anecdotes from Claude Gingras’s memoirs, Notes and Auditions.
INTERVIEW | Beatrice Rana: a post-concert capture
Word travels quickly about piano talents, and Beatrice Rana’s name quickly made its way around music circles from Toronto to Quebec City and the rest of Canada, much like in the rest of the world.
REVIEW | Time Is of the Essence for Seong-Jin Cho, in Chopin and Beyond
If time is hard to come by these days, Seong-Jin Cho did a masterful impression of buying it for his Ottawa audience.
MOIS DU PIANO-PIANO MONTH | Seong-Jin Cho: A Musical Communion
How many times can one count their lucky stars? For Seong-Jin Cho, it’s more times than he can contain on either of his Chopin Competition-winning hands. Interview.
DOSSIER | L’Orchestre symphonique de Toronto remet le Jour du Souvenir au cœur de nos vies
Pour commémorer le Jour du Souvenir, le TSO présente la composition révolutionnaire Afghanistan: Requiem for a Generation de Jeffrey Ryan et Suzanne Steele.