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REPORT | Teens, TikTok, And Orchestral Music

By Anya Wassenberg on August 5, 2022

Teens on TikTok are streaming orchestral music, and leading what’s some are calling a revival of the art form.
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PREVIEW | The Yensa Festival Celebrates Black Women In Dance August 13-28

By Anya Wassenberg on August 4, 2022

The new Yensa Festival is dedicated to showcasing the work of Black women dancemakers, drawing from Toronto’s rich talent pool as well as beyond.
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FEATURE | The Kun Shoulder Rest: A 50-Year Canadian Success Story

By Anya Wassenberg on July 29, 2022

An Ottawa company is celebrating 50 years of success, and a violin shoulder rest model that is used by millions of musicians worldwide.
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FEATURE | Five Forgotten Women Composers Of The Baroque Era

By Anya Wassenberg on July 25, 2022

Going by representation in current repertoire, you'd be forgiven for mistakenly believing there were, in fact, no women composers during the Baroque era.
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REPORT | Variants & Variations: Returning To Music In A Post-Mandate World

By Robin Roger on July 25, 2022

Ask any two amateur musicians what it's like to go back to musical activities post-lockdown, and you will get two different answers.
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FEATURE | Eleven Influential Movie Music Composers

By Anya Wassenberg on July 20, 2022

Our list is by no means exhaustive, but gives credit to some of the composers whose work has permeated modern culture through film.
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INTERVIEW | Benjamin Appl: The Artist And The Teacher

By Joseph So on July 15, 2022

We talked to baritone Benjamin Appl about his local debut at the Toronto Summer Music Festival, performing career, and teaching.
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REPORT | Study Says Even Dolphins Prefer Classical Music

By Anya Wassenberg on July 14, 2022

Do dolphins prefer listening to Bach — even to playing with beach toys? A new research study suggests they do.
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FEATURE | Eight Pop Songs That Found Inspiration (And More) In Classical Music

By Anya Wassenberg on July 12, 2022

Here are eight examples — among many more — where pieces of classical music have a direct link to radio hits.
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GUIDE | Ontario Summer Music Festivals 2022

By Holly Harris on July 1, 2022

Ontario music festivals are roaring back to life with in-person concerts this summer.
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