DESKTOP
TABLET (max. 1024px)
MOBILE (max. 640px)
Return to Top
Ludwig Van
Toronto Montreal

GUIDE | Ontario Summer Music Festivals 2022

By Holly Harris on July 1, 2022

Ontario music festivals are roaring back to life with in-person concerts this summer.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

INTERVIEW | Sheku Kanneh-Mason On Reuniting With Family For Toronto Debut

By Holly Harris on May 2, 2022

Audiences are in for a royal treat when rising British superstar cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason marks his Toronto debut at Koerner Hall on May 6th.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

FEATURE | How The Royal Conservatory Avoided A Disaster

By Holly Harris on June 9, 2021

“We’re still here.” The RCM's Dr. Peter Simon talks about how the venerable organization has weathered the global pandemic.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

PROFILE | Nicolas Namoradze: ‘Life Is Full Of Surprises’

By Holly Harris on March 31, 2021

Spend an hour chatting with the brilliant musician Nicolas Namoradze, and it’s abundantly clear this is not your typical pianist.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

SCRUTINY | 2021 Winnipeg New Music Festival Forges Ahead With A Gripping Program

By Holly Harris on February 3, 2021

The Winnipeg New Music Festival fearlessly forged ahead with its 30th annual celebration of contemporary music from January 23 to 29.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

FEATURE | Glenn Gould: A Musician for Our Times

By Holly Harris on September 21, 2020

Glenn Gould’s closest confidantes talk about their memories, and what lessons we might learn from his life in the post-COVID-19 world.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

PROFILE | Mark Rash: The Man Behind The Lens Of Classical Music

By Holly Harris on August 24, 2020

"I am an observer. I borrow the moment, then share it," says Toronto-born photographer Mark Rash in a conversation about his art and career capturing classical musicians.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

FEATURE | Summer Chamber Music Festivals And The Art Of Post-Pandemic Survival

By Holly Harris on April 17, 2020

We talk with the artistic directors of three summer chamber music festivals during the COVID-19 crisis: Festival of the Sound (James Campbell); Roman Borys (Ottawa Chamberfest); and Stratford Summer Music (Mark Fewer).
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

PRIMER | Toronto's Taiko Drummers Nagata Shachu Return To Raise The Roof With Esprit Orchestra

By Holly Harris on March 12, 2020

Taiko drumming ensemble Nagata Shachu artistic director Kiyoshi Nagata and Esprit Orchestra's Alex Pauk talk about the return of Mono-Prism, a thundering work composed in 1976 for Japanese drums and orchestra.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

SCRUTINY | NYO Canada Raises The Roof At Koerner Hall

By Holly Harris on July 31, 2019

To paraphrase a pithy bon mot popularly attributed to Walt Kelly, “We have seen the future of Canadian classical music, and it is the National Youth Orchestra of Canada.”
Read the full story Comments
Share this article
lv_toronto_ssb_atf_300x300
lv_toronto_ssb_high_300x300
lv_toronto_ssb_mid_300x300
lv_toronto_ssb_low_300x300
lv_toronto_tsb_high_300x700
lv_toronto_tsb_low_300x700
lv_toronto_ssb_atf_300x300
lv_toronto_ssb_high_300x300
lv_toronto_ssb_mid_300x300
lv_toronto_ssb_low_300x300
lv_toronto_tsb_high_300x700
lv_toronto_tsb_low_300x700

We have detected that you are using an adblocking plugin in your browser.

The revenue we earn by the advertisements is used to manage this website. Please whitelist our website in your adblocking plugin.