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FEATURE | Will You Ever Feel Comfortable Going To A Concert Again?

By Anya Wassenberg on May 27, 2020

With government-ordered COVID-19 pandemic restrictions beginning to lift, the burning question for the performing arts sector is: will audiences come back?
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FEATURE | Toronto Ravel Focus On Creativity During The Lockdown

By Robin Roger on May 11, 2020

Members of The Toronto Ravel talk about creativity and composing for themselves during the COVID-19 lockdown.
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Feature | When The First Piano Teacher Is Mom, Dad Or Grandma

By Robin Roger on May 1, 2020

We take a look at the long standing traditions of parents and grandparents who pass along their knowledge of the piano to the next generation.
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FEATURE | The National Ballet of Canada: Company Class During Lockdown

By Paula Citron on April 28, 2020

Holding Company Class on Zoom is helping the National Ballet's dancers cope with the realities of lockdown and social isolation.
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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).
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FEATURE | Learning In Captivity: Adult Pianists Resolve To Keep Playing

By Robin Roger on April 15, 2020

Four adult music students talk about the need to keep practising and learning during the COVID-19 quarantine.
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FEATURE | Piano Teachers Move From Studio To Virtual Lessons Without Missing a Beat

By Robin Roger on April 8, 2020

Without missing a beat, piano teachers went from being studio-based practitioners to virtual piano pedagogues, quickly enough that their students experienced minimal interruption.
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FEATURE | B-A-C-H, Glazunov’s Dog, And Brahms’ Lost Loves — A Look At Music Cryptography

By Anya Wassenberg on March 17, 2020

Musical cryptography is the use of music to encode messages. In its simplest form, the letters A through G can be used to spell out words or codes.
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REPORT | Streaming Music, The Song Economy And Classical Music

By Anya Wassenberg on March 10, 2020

Albums are falling by the wayside as the "song economy" takes over the music industry — but where does it leave classical music lovers?
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INTERVIEW | François Girard Tells Us About His Unique Brand Of 'Flying Dutchman' For The Met Opera

By Peter Goddard on February 29, 2020

We met director François Girard in New York, to talk about the Met Opera's production of Wagner's Die Fliegende Holländer and the comparisons between film and opera.
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