WHO’S WHO | Catching Fire Ignites With Trio Arkel Online
By Member on November 3, 2020
Trio Arkel welcomes Victor Fournelle-Blain back as their guest violist for Season 8 online.
FEATURE | Classical Music For A Spooky Mood
We’ve looked at the obvious and the more obscure, pieces both centuries old and new, to come up with a list of musical suggestions for getting into the spooky spirit of Halloween.
FEATURE | Danse Danse/DANCING AT DUSK: A Moment With Pina Bausch’s The Rite Of Spring
Paula Citron walks us through 'DANCING AT DUSK: A moment with Pina Bausch’s The Rite of Spring'.
FEATURE | Beethoven At 250: An Icon At Risk Of Overexposure?
This year marks Ludwig van Beethoven's 250th birthday. Though some of his creations have been overexposed, there are still others waiting to be discovered.
FEATURE | Back To School Changes Post-COVID For Music Students In Professional Programs
By Robin Roger on October 19, 2020
Ludwig Van checked in with music students and educators at every level, from amateurs to elite performance programs, to see how the first full academic year since COVID began is going.
FEATURE | Glenn Gould's Music Bridged The Gap When I Moved To Toronto From India
One of the nicest things about arriving in Toronto was, at least for me, the comforting shadow of Glenn Gould.
FEATURE | Was Beethoven Black?
Was Beethoven Black? The contention seems to come up in social media every few years, sparking debate and deeper questions about culture and race.
FEATURE | Fall For Dance North: The Flip Side — An Experiment In Innovation
By Paula Citron on September 28, 2020
Artistic Director Ilter Ibrahimof takes us inside the Fall For Dance North Festival 2020.
FEATURE | How A Little-Known Canadian Organist Became A Radio Sensation During WWII
Sandy Macpherson played soothing music to help keep people calm during the Second World War.