FEATURE | Let’s Take A Moment To Appreciate The Under-Rated Recorder
The humble recorder has an illustrious history in Western music, including a golden era and a recent rebirth.
FEATURE | Choreographer Crystal Pite Talks About ‘Body And Soul’ On Film
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.
FEATURE | How Do We Help Cultural Industries Recover From The Pandemic?
Research on disaster management suggests that assistance for cultural Industries needs to be very different than the responses seen to date.
Feature | ‘This Is Canada NICE’ – A New Animated Song
“This is Canada NICE” – A fun-filled, new animated song that packs a powerful punch of Canadian pride
YEAR IN REVIEW | 11 Innovative Canadian Arts Groups Who Made The Pivot
Here is our list of Canada’s most innovative arts leaders and groups who made the pandemic pivot against the odds (in no particular order).
FEATURE | Unlocked Or Locked Down, How Music Teachers Are Learning To Adapt To COVID-19
By Robin Roger on November 24, 2020
We checked in with music teachers to see how they’re adapting during the COVID-19 pandemic.
FEATURE | Seven Of The Most Difficult Pieces Of Music Ever
Even Russian piano virtuoso and legend Anton Rubinstein gave up on one of the uber-challenging pieces on our list.
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'.