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THE SCOOP | ATMA Classique Label Acquired By Montreal Based Ad Litteram

By Anya Wassenberg on March 30, 2020

Montreal based Ad Litteram has acquired the ATMA Classique label in a deal that will go through on April 1, 2020.
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GUIDE | Live Streaming Tips And How To Play Together Online For Musicians

By Anya Wassenberg on March 25, 2020

With performing stages shut down worldwide, here's a look at how musicians can use streaming to play for an audience, and perform with each other, online.
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THE SCOOP | The Canada Council Responds To The COVID-19 Pandemic

By Anya Wassenberg on March 21, 2020

The Canada Council has announced a blackout period for travel funding grants, along with information and other measures to help artists adjust during the coronavirus outbreak.
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THE SCOOP | Joel Ivany Writes Touching Review For Edmonton Opera’s Candide That Never Was

By Anya Wassenberg on March 18, 2020

Director Joel Ivany offers a review of Edmonton Opera's production of Candide, cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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FEATURE | B-A-C-H, Glazunov’s Dog, And Brahms’ Lost Loves — A Look At Music Cryptography

By Anya Wassenberg on March 17, 2020

Musical cryptography is the use of music to encode messages. In its simplest form, the letters A through G can be used to spell out words or codes.
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THE SCOOP | Thousands Sign Petition Calling For Government Compensation For Artists Due To COVID-19 Cancellations

By Anya Wassenberg on March 16, 2020

Artists and musicians in Québec have started a petition calling on governments at the federal and provincial level to provide compensation for freelance performers in the wake of a week of devastating cancellations in the culture sector.
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THE SCOOP | Toronto's Arts Institutions Respond To COVID-19 Pandemic With Wave Of Cancellations

By Anya Wassenberg on March 13, 2020

Toronto's arts institutions are responding to the global Coronavirus pandemic with a string of cancelled performances through March 2020. This list will be updated as more news comes in.
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REPORT | Streaming Music, The Song Economy And Classical Music

By Anya Wassenberg on March 10, 2020

Albums are falling by the wayside as the "song economy" takes over the music industry — but where does it leave classical music lovers?
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THE SCOOP | Toronto Summer Music 15th Anniversary Festival Celebrates Beethoven Unleashed

By Anya Wassenberg on March 3, 2020

From July 9 to August 1, 2020, the 15th anniversary of the Toronto Summer Music festival and Beethoven’s 250th birthday celebrations come together in a look not only at the iconic composer’s music, but his influence on Western culture overall, with some special programming gems thrown into the mix.
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REPORT | Composing For Cats — Felines Prefer Music Written For Them Alone, Study Shows

By Anya Wassenberg on February 25, 2020

Music can keep cats calmer at the vet's office, a new study shows — but it has to be music written just for them.
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