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SCRUTINY | Damien Sneed And Friends Captivate For “We Shall Overcome”

By Brian Chang on January 14, 2019

Damien Sneed's “We Shall Overcome" wins us over with a refreshingly exuberant concert full of life.
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PRIMER | Damien Sneed Brings 'We Shall Overcome' To Toronto

By Brian Chang on January 9, 2019

In celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, pianist Damien Sneed brings the Toronto Mass Choir and a cohort of gospel soloists to Koerner Hall for the only Canadian stop on a 36-city tour.
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PRIMER | Kids, Everywhere! Organizing The Toronto Children’s Chorus

By Brian Chang on December 13, 2018

A chat with the artistic team behind the Toronto Children’s Chorus about how they handle coordinating an enormous choir of over 450 kids.
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SCRUTINY | A Soaring Holiday Pops With The TSO And Matt Dusk

By Brian Chang on December 12, 2018

Three songs into the program, Matt Dusk walks onto the stage, a spin and a slide into the centre stage whitewashed-blue lights and he starts “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.”
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PRIMER | The TSO’s Home Alone: Revisit Christmas like it’s 1990

By Brian Chang on December 7, 2018

Some pointers to get you started for Toronto Symphony's Home Alone, including behind-the-scenes facts from conductor Constantine Kitsopoulos and Resonance music director Bob Anderson.
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PRIMER | Breathing Is Optional: The Relentless Work Of Singing The Bach Mass In B Minor

By Brian Chang on March 30, 2018

Tafelmusik Chamber Choir members Will Johnson and Francine Labelle offer an insiders glimpse into Bach's eternal choral masterpiece.
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PRIMER | Lydia Adams On Building For Success At The Amadeus Choir Conductor’s Workshop

By Brian Chang on March 24, 2018

Lydia Adams walks us through the Amadeus Choir’s Conductor’s Workshop, and explains why this has annual tradition has become such a valuable tool for choral conductors on the rise.
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PRIMER | The Mississauga Symphony Orchestra: A Long Time Ago, In A Galaxy Far, Far Away...

By Brian Chang on March 22, 2018

The Mississauga Symphony Orchestra brings life to the galaxy we all love, full of X-Wing battles, evil Sith lords, and heroic Princesses.
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ISSUES | What U of T's Director Of Choral Activities Means For Choral Music In Canada

By Brian Chang on March 12, 2018

Interview and commentary from choral conductor William Weinart (Eastman) and Don Mclean (U of T) on the vacancy created by Hilary Apfelstadt's departure as Director of Choral Activities at the University of Toronto.
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PRIMER | Soundstreams Sonic Ripples Through The Water Passion

By Brian Chang on March 6, 2018

David Fallis tells us how Water Passion will challenge your cognition of music, your capacity for storytelling, and your conceptions of the Passion of Christ.
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