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FEATURE | How Much Does It REALLY Cost To Be A Classical Musician?

By Anya Wassenberg on August 9, 2018

Three professional classical musicians walk us through how much money it takes to make it in this business.
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THE SCOOP | Boston Names Torontonian Director Of New Tanglewood Learning Institute

By Anya Wassenberg on July 18, 2018

The Boston Symphony Orchestra has named Toronto's Sue Elliott, as the inaugural director of the Tanglewood Learning Institute.
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PROFILE | The House That Piano Built: The Parkers

By Anya Wassenberg on July 11, 2018

How did one family manage to produce a generation of musicians that have left such a discernible mark on the Canadian classical music community and the world of classical piano?
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THE SCOOP | Canadian Music Centre Closes National Office Until Further Notice

By Anya Wassenberg on June 15, 2018

It goes to show you, you can never underestimate the havoc that can be caused by a plumbing problem.
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MAJOR CHORDS | Canadian Music Industry Seeks $160 Million Handout For All Smartphones Sold In Canada

By Anya Wassenberg on June 12, 2018

Remember the iPod tax? The Canadian Music Industry sure does and are looking for a massive payout.
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PRIMER | Everything You Need To Know About Koerner Hall's 10th Anniversary Season

By Anya Wassenberg on June 5, 2018

With 102 concerts and events, including 478 Canadian artists, including several First Nations, and representing 27 countries, Koerner Hall’s 10th anniversary season kicks off and ends with mini-festivals, and offers a line-up that can only be called diverse.
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ON THE RADAR | Five Composers Step Up To Bat At TSO's 2018 Reading Session

By Anya Wassenberg on May 2, 2018

An exclusive look at the annual closed-doors reading session at the TSO where emerging composers get a rare opportunity to hone their skills with a world-class orchestra.
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THE SCOOP | The Elora Festival And Singers Scramble As CRA Revokes Charitable Status

By Anya Wassenberg on April 28, 2018

Amongst the turmoil this week involving the disgraced departure of conductor Noel Edison, Ludwig Van has learned that the Elora Festival and Singers have had their charitable status revoked by the CRA last January 2018.
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INTERVIEW | Cameron Carpenter's Radical Proposition

By Anya Wassenberg on April 11, 2018

As Cameron Carpenter travels the world with his incredible new international touring organ, he speaks about a new period of transition.
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FEATURE | Soundstreams 2018-19 Season Is A Contemporary Music Linchpin

By Anya Wassenberg on April 4, 2018

Soundstream's 2018-19 season looks forwards and backwards in provocative ways. Lawrence Cherney walks us through Soundstreams latest season as Toronto's contemporary music keystone.
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