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FEATURE | Bicycle Opera Project Pedals Hard To The Finish

By Sara Schabas on August 5, 2017

Bicycle Opera Project cycles back home to Toronto this weekend, capping off their Ontario-wide performance tour of Sweat.
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COFFEE BREAK | 15 New Rules For Arts Marketing

By Ludwig Van on December 4, 2015

15 useful tips for arts marketers working in today's rapidly changing performing arts sector.
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CLASSICAL 101 | Some Helpful Advice For New Music Students

By Joshua Denenberg on September 11, 2016

Six pointers for getting the most out of your undergraduate music studies.
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NEVER HEARD OF IT | Why Is New Music Such A Hard Sell?

By Anya Wassenberg on March 27, 2018

In this extraordinary age of creative innovation and artistic curiosity, why does new music continue to struggle to find an audience? Or does it?
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FEATURE | Spring Break, Opera Style

By Paul E. Robinson on March 30, 2016

In mid-March each year, thousands of kids — American and Canadian — head for the beaches of Sarasota, on Florida’s West Coast, for “spring break”. Increasingly, opera-lovers too have made Sarasota a mid-March destination — not for the beaches, but for the acoustically first-rate and pleasingly small (only 1,100 seats) Sarasota Opera House.
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FEATURE | Classical Music and Jazz Proving Essential for Casinos

By Ludwig Van on May 8, 2015

Whether it’s helping players make the most of their games or convincing them to stay longer, casinos have found plenty of uses for music over the years.
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SCHMOPERA | On Love of Opera, and Getting Perspective

By Jenna Douglas on May 5, 2015

Seeing the forest for the trees: Jenna Douglas discusses her gradual transition from full-time collaborative pianist to full-time opera writer.
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FEATURE INTERVIEW | Canadian Baritone Russell Braun Shares his Thoughts on Don Giovanni

By Joseph So on January 22, 2015

Don Giovanni has always been among the most popular operas in the standard repertoire. A quick check of the statistics from the last five seasons puts it at No. 10, out of a total of 2,581 operas performed by over 900 companies worldwide. Not only is it held in the highest regard by opera lovers, and scholars, but composers the likes of Rossini, Tchaikovsky, Gounod, Flaubert and George Bernard Shaw also had nothing but praise for this dramma giacoso.
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FITS & BURSTS | What Does WebMD Say About Opera Characters?

By Michael Vincent on May 17, 2015

WebMD diagnoses some of our favourite opera character's medical symptoms.
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FEATURE | 12 Coolest Concert Halls in the World

By Michael Vincent on April 27, 2015

Be they Arthur Erickson's Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, or The Copenhagen Concert Hall in Denmark, concerts halls are dream spaces whose designs tell us just as much about ourselves as we tell about them.
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