THE SCOOP | Gemma New Announced Music Director of Hamilton Philharmonic
The Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra has announced 28-year-old conductor Gemma New as their new music director.
THE SCOOP | Classical Music And Opera 2016 Grammy Winners (Complete List)
By Ludwig Van on February 16, 2016
A complete list of classical music and opera winners from the 2016 Grammy Awards ceremony held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
Canadian Opera Company attendance continued sustained slide during 2012-13 season
In a small but telling example of what happens when news media let go of experienced journalists, even the most upright of arts organizations can get away with an out-of-context message broadcast and published by people who re-write press releases.
Luminous images and music meet in Torontonians Alison Melville and Kate Hawkins
The show, titled The Business of Angels (the same as Melville’s latest recording project), opens on Saturday at 1 p.m. and runs to March 28. Hawkins’ art will be on display around the hall. Melville is scheduled to perform live between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Saturday (with short breaks) and from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. on March 22.
THE SCOOP | TSO Associate Principal Clarinetist Awarded $350,000 Against Ex For Sabotaging His Career
An Ontario Superior Court judge has awarded $ 350,000 in damages to McGill clarinetist Eric Abramovitz in a lawsuit against his former girlfriend for sabotaging his career.
THE SCOOP | Bramwell Tovey Explains How Yo-Yo Ma Saved the Day
VSO conductor Bramwell Tovey sets the record straight about how Yo-Yo Ma saved the day by filling for a sick orchestra musician.
THE SCOOP | Parkdale Public Library Builds Toronto's First Musical Instrument Lending Program
Toronto's Parkdale Library expands to include a new Musical Instrument Lending Program — the first of it's kind in Toronto.
THE SCOOP | National Arts Centre Orchestra venerates victim of Ottawa shooting rampage
While Canada begins to come to terms with the shooting rampage that left one soldier lifeless at the foot of the National War Memorial, and a gunman shot dead in the Parliament buildings, members of the National Arts Centre Orchestra have been had to do so from afar.