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FEATURE | How The Royal Conservatory Avoided A Disaster

By Holly Harris on June 9, 2021

“We’re still here.” The RCM's Dr. Peter Simon talks about how the venerable organization has weathered the global pandemic.
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FEATURE | The History Of The Ed Mirvish Theatre And Canada’s Turbulent Movie Distribution Biz

By Anya Wassenberg on May 5, 2021

The historic Ed Mirvish Theatre on Yonge Street in Toronto is at the very heart of the story of the Canadian movie distribution business.
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FEATURE | How Virginia Woolf’s Work Was Shaped By Classical Music

By Emma Sutton on April 30, 2021

Woolf’s interest in music was overlooked after her death, however, 80 years on, we are now beginning to explore how her literary experimentation was fuelled by it.
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FEATURE | Against The Grain’s ‘Messiah/Complex’ Makes A Welcome Return for Easter

By Paula Citron on April 1, 2021

Artistic Director Joel Ivany takes us behind Against the Grain’s 'Messiah/Complex' — the surprise hit of the winter season.
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FEATURE | Falsetto: Why We Love The Sky-High Male Voice

By Helen Pridmore on March 16, 2021

What is so fascinating about the falsetto voice? A look at its use through history.
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ANALYSIS | The Scariest Trend In Classical Music: It’s Not 2021. It’s 2031

By Michael Vincent on March 4, 2021

A new hypothesis suggests the pandemic has accelerated trends affecting classical music by a decade.
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FEATURE | Let’s Take A Moment To Appreciate The Under-Rated Recorder

By Anya Wassenberg on February 25, 2021

The humble recorder has an illustrious history in Western music, including a golden era and a recent rebirth.
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FEATURE | Choreographer Crystal Pite Talks About ‘Body And Soul’ On Film

By Paula Citron on February 16, 2021

Choreographer Crystal Pite talks about 'Body and Soul', performed by the legendary Paris Opera Ballet, as it kicks off the Digidance Series, streaming February 17 to 23.
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FEATURE | How Do We Help Cultural Industries Recover From The Pandemic?

By Louis-Etienne Dubois on February 4, 2021

Research on disaster management suggests that assistance for cultural Industries needs to be very different than the responses seen to date.
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Feature | ‘This Is Canada NICE’ – A New Animated Song

By Paula Citron on January 8, 2021

“This is Canada NICE” – A fun-filled, new animated song that packs a powerful punch of Canadian pride
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