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MUSIC AND MOBILITY | My Experience Going To A Concert With A Broken Foot (Pt. 1)

By Robin Roger on March 1, 2018

Ludwig Van's Robin Roger shares her first-hand experience hobbling through some of Toronto's most well-known concert halls in search of a good seat.
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INTERVIEW | Jamie Barton: The Magnificent Voice Returns To The TSO

By Joseph So on September 23, 2016

MT catches up with mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton for her upcoming performance of Mahler's Symphony 3 with the TSO.
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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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SCHMOPERA | On Pianists, Those Vicarious Opera Singers

By Jenna Douglas on October 9, 2014

 
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JOHN TERAUDS | One Pop Star’s Symphonic Rebuke to the Triumph of MP3 Audio

By John Terauds on November 25, 2015

One of the ways to sum up the change in our relationship to recorded music over the past two decades is to call it the triumph of mobility over fidelity. John Terauds chats with Belgian musician Piet Goddaer about audio quality and transferring the immediacy of a live concert into recorded sound.
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FEATURE | Were Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen the Mozart and Beethoven of 20th-Century Folk Rock?

By Sara Schabas on February 22, 2017

How a comparison between the styles of Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen leads right back to Mozart and Beethoven.
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GUIDE | The Ludwig Van Guide To Summer Reading Part 2

By Robin Roger on July 6, 2018

Back by popular demand! Part two of our special on classical music summer reading with a special focus on Lenny Bernstein At 100. 
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ON THE RADAR | The Art Of Honing The Next Great Musical Communicators

By Brian Chang on January 23, 2018

Now in its 8th year, The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir and Elora Singers' annual Conductors Symposium pull no punches for young hopefuls testing their skills behind a formidable podium.
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FEATURE | 10 Paintings With An Extraordinary Connection To Classical Music

By Hye Won Cecilia Lee on November 15, 2017

Music and visual art remain closely intertwined, sharing that certain ambiguity. Today, we look at ten music-related visual ideas and paintings.
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FEATURE | Hearing For Music Lovers (Part One)

By Robin Roger on May 25, 2016

In this two-part series, we look at hearing and hearing loss prevention and listening and listening enhancement.
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