By Joseph So on January 2, 2020
Crowd pleasing programs and stellar talent mark Toronto’s beloved year end/New Year classical music extravaganzas, Bravissimo and Salute to Vienna.
By Michael Vincent on December 30, 2019
After the departure of Soundstreams' former Executive Director, Ben Dietschi last November, Soundstreams names Menon Dwarka as Executive Director.
By Ludwig Van on December 28, 2019
From Toronto Summer Music to The Tallis Scholars, Ludwig van Toronto critics reflect on our favourite concerts of 2019.
By Robin Roger on December 23, 2019
Ravel's Brain becomes the focus of conversation at Hugh's Room at documentary screening.
By Joseph So on December 23, 2019
Classical music and opera events happening in and around Toronto from December 23 to January 5.
By Ludwig Van on December 21, 2019
Robert Creech, former principal horn of Victoria Symphony, the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, the Stratford Festival Orchestra, dies age 91.
By Norman Lebrecht on December 20, 2019
Music by the young Dmitri Shostakovich, a dazzling talent strutting his stuff in the first decade of a revolution when all seemed possible and available — jobs for all, free meals at work, free love.
By Joseph So on December 19, 2019
The TSO’s Mozartian version of Handel’s classic Messiah is enjoyable, bolstered by top-class Canadian soloists, and the always impressive Toronto Mendelssohn Choir.
By Michael Vincent on December 18, 2019
For those who appreciate a more reflective approach to Handel's Messiah, Tafelmusik is your band this year.
By Paula Citron on December 18, 2019
Bend It Like Beckham: The Musical is a pleasant theatrical outing. The production lacks the tension of the original 2002 movie, but it does boast an attractive score and some appealing choreography.