WHO'S WHO | Bravo Niagara Launches Voices Of Freedom Festival
By Member on September 16, 2017
In honour of the United Nations International Decade for People of African Descent (2015-2024), Bravo Niagara! will present the Voices of Freedom Festival to raise awareness of Canada’s significant Black history and highlight the ongoing journey to freedom.
WHO'S WHO | Sinfonia Toronto Opens New Season With 'Virtuosity'
By Member on September 14, 2015
Sinfonia Toronto will open its 17th season with a concert titled "Virtuosity" featuring the extraordinary Canadian pianist Dmitri Levkovich on Saturday, October 24, 8 pm.
WHO'S WHO | World’s Top Composers Featured in Esprit Orchestra 2015-16 Season
By Member on September 10, 2015
Music by the world’s most important and influential composers combines with brilliant Canadian compositions in Esprit Orchestra’s 2015-2016 Subscription Concert Series conducted by Alex Pauk.
WHO'S WHO | Mooredale Concerts Dishes On Music & Truffles
By Member on October 12, 2015
Young music lovers – and those who are young at heart – are in for a treat in the upcoming season of Music & Truffles.
WHO'S WHO | Amici Chamber Ensemble
By Member on October 16, 2014
Amici Chamber Ensemble has celebrated over twenty-five years as one of Canada’s finest and most distinguished chamber music ensembles.
Artistic Directors clarinetist Joaquin Valdepeñas, cellist David Hetherington and pianist Serouj Kradjian invite some of the finest musicians to join them in innovative and eclectic programming, celebrating friendship through music.
In Spring of 2009, founding member Patricia Parr (Order of Canada) retired, and the ensemble welcomed pianist, composer and arranger, Serouj Kradjian...
WHO'S WHO | Christina Petrowska Quilico
By Member on October 21, 2014
Hailed by the New York Times at 14 for her “promethean talent” after making her orchestral debut along with Murray Perahia, Christina Petrowska Quilico has appeared at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center and Merkin Hall, among others in New York. She has also been soloist with the Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg and Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestras and National Arts Centre Orchestra, as well as with orchestras in Taiwan, Greece and the US. Juilliard-trained, she has premiered 18 piano concertos and recorded well over 150 new works, four earning JUNO nominations. Among her 36 titles are eight piano concertos. She was named one of 20 international “not to miss pianists” of 2014 by the CBC, which also put her CD Glass Houses Revisited on CBC Music’s “TOP 30 best Canadian classical recordings ever”. This CD was also put on two other top 10 lists by the CBC and was one of Centrediscs’ alltime top selling CDs...