SCRUTINY | Poulenc Trio Shows Us Why The World Needs More Oboe, Bassoon, And Piano
After hearing the Poulenc Trio perform for Women’s Musical Club of Toronto, it makes us wonder what is behind the neglect for this astonishing combination of instruments.
SCRUTINY | Peter Oundjian Gives A Sterling "Thank You" To Toronto
Peter Oundjian says farewell after 14-years at the head of the Toronto Symphony with a free concert featuring Mahler’s Ninth Symphony.
SCRUTINY | Zodiac Trio's Five-Course Recital Leaves Some With Indigestion
Zodiac Trio served an eclectic but ultimately forgettable menu of repertoire for clarinet, violin, and piano at the WMCT.
SCRUTINY | Steven Dann Presents A Charming All In The Family Program At Walter Hall
A recital by Toronto violist Steven Dann brings together family and friends at Women’s Musical Club of Toronto at Walter Hall.
SCRUTINY | Exploring the Wonders of the Harp
Women’s Musical Club of Toronto opens 118th season with Ottawa-based harpist Caroline Léonardelli, together with the Afiara String Quartet and the double bass player Joseph Phillips.
SCRUTINY | Ensemble Made in Canada Make Homecoming at the WMCT
Ensemble Made in Canada make homecoming with Women’s Musical Club of Toronto.
CONCERT REVIEW | Jens Lindemann Makes History at the Women’s Musical Club of Toronto
The Los-Angeles-based Canadian trumpet virtuoso Jens Lindemann gave a varied and highly entertaining recital for the Women’s Musical Club of Toronto on Thursday afternoon (March 12th). The ten selections on his program ranged widely across both classical and jazz idioms. And that’s where history was made – this was the first time in 117 years that jazz has been featured on a WMCT program...
REVIEW | The Dover Quartet flexes their brawn at the Women’s Musical Club of Toronto
A stellar reputation preceded the Dover Quartet
of Philadelphia, which gave its Toronto debut recital in Walter Hall for the Women’s Musical Club of Toronto (WMCT) on Thursday afternoon, 13 November.
REVIEW | The Unforgettable Tanya Tagaq
“Live Music is Best.” That is the motto of the musicians’ union, and it could well be the motto of Tanya Tagaq as well. No amount of familiarity with Tagaq’s recordings and videos can prepare one for the impact of witnessing her in live performance.