ON THE RADAR | Toronto Singers Band Together In Support Of The Barbra Schlifer Clinic
By Joseph So on May 26, 2018
A group of 20 musicians are coming together as "Inglorious Women" to raise funds for underrepresented women in need of legal assistance and counselling.
ON THE RADAR | Five Composers Step Up To Bat At TSO's 2018 Reading Session
An exclusive look at the annual closed-doors reading session at the TSO where emerging composers get a rare opportunity to hone their skills with a world-class orchestra.
ON THE RADAR | Things Are Getting Urgent At Continuum
Continuum Contemporary Music is just around the corner: Urgent Voices is an ambitious opener that reflects the core interest of this thirty-two-year-old organization: create, synthesize and present.
ON THE RADAR | The Toronto Symphony Orchestra Heads Down The Yellow Brick Road
By Brian Chang on February 13, 2018
Lions, and tigers, and bears! Oh, my! Ludwig van Toronto chats with guest conductor Emil de Cou and TSO Principal Double Bassist Jeffrey Beecher about the upcoming performance of The Wizard of Oz with live orchestra.
ON THE RADAR | Local Classical Musicians Launch Fundraiser For Homeless
When David Bowser of the Mozart Players called for a benefit concert on the first day of 2018, the City’s musicians flocked in with enthusiasm. On Saturday, January 27, Torontonians are cordially invited to join an orchestra of volunteer musicians for the Out of the Cold Benefit Concert for Toronto Homeless at the Church of the Redeemer, 8 pm.
PRIMER | Power Up Gospel Music Festival — "Your music friends are forever friends"
By Brian Chang on February 24, 2018
Behinds the scenes at the upcoming Power Up Gospel Music Festival with the Toronto Mass Choir, the PowerUp Youth Choir, the PowerUp Chorale, and the PowerUp Mass Choir.
ON THE RADAR | The Great Big Messiah List: A Guide For Holidays
Yes, Toronto, December is just around the corner and it means Messiah time: cut, uncut, traditional, children’s, a new adaptation — you can take your pick!
ON THE RADAR | Why We're Excited About Continuum's Time Travels Light This Week
Drawing from the kitchen sink: Morse code, the sounds of insects and animals, a youthful impression of California past, and visceral loneliness in the stark landscape of Iceland. How did we get here? Continuum's Ryan Scott walks us through it.