Ahead of her performance at Koerner Hall this Sunday, we caught up with the rising young Italian pianist Beatrice Rana back-stage for an informal interview that had sweet, fiery and pistachio tasting notes.
When it comes to new music, Vivian Fung doesn’t care about negative or positive press, so long as her pieces draw some kind of response. “Whether it’s positive or negative – it’s good to have ANY reaction.”
Details emerge about a well-known Toronto-based violinist and convicted sex offender who has been working alongside children as young as 6-years-old at the Canadian Opera Company and The National Ballet of Canada.
To commemorate Remembrance Day, the TSO mount Afghanistan: Requiem for a Generation, an emotionally powerful work by Canadian composer Jeffrey Ryan and Suzanne Steele, Canada’s war poet in Afghanistan.