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Q&A | 20 Questions for James Parker

By Michael Vincent on November 3, 2014

James Parker is a one of Toronto’s true musical gems. He is at once a soloist, a chamber musician, and pianist with an incredible facility for both chamber music and solo performance. He is a founding member of Canada’s premiere ensemble, the Gryphon Trio. He has performed with nearly every major orchestra in Canada, including, the Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria, Quebec City, Edmonton, and the National Arts Centre Orchestra. He has won a total of three JUNO Recording Awards, and is an Associate Professor, and Rupert E. Edwards Chair in Piano Performance at the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto.
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Q&A | 20 Questions For Andrew Haji

By Michael Vincent on April 5, 2016

Tenor Andrew Haji answers 20 questions including the things that make Toronto a great place to live, and his default drink of choice.
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LINES OF ENQUIRY | The Future of Notation Software

By Curtis Perry on October 22, 2014

Daniel Spreadbury is Product Marketing Manager for Steinberg’s in-house scoring application. I had the opportunity to chat with him briefly about the ongoing development of computer music standards in the wake of the digital humanities movement, the challenge of building great software, and the future of digital music notation. Learn more about the application’s development at blog.steinberg.net, and follow Daniel @dspreadbury.
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Q&A | 20 Questions for Stewart Goodyear

By Michael Vincent on November 28, 2014

Just mentioning the name, Stuart Goodyear around Toronto and people perk-up. To call him a pianist really doesn't cut it. He's more of a one man phenomenon - a piano superhero of sorts.Goodyear began his training at The Royal Conservatory in Toronto, and has become a go-to soloists for orchestras around the world, including Philadelphia Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Cleveland Orchestra, Montreal Symphony, Toronto Symphony Orchestra (just to name a few)...
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INTERVIEW | Daniel Hope Remembers Yehudi Menuhin

By Michael Vincent on January 20, 2016

After fleeing political oppression in South Africa, Violinist Daniel Hope reveals how Yehudi Menuhin took his family in, and changed his life forever.
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PROFILE | Serena Malfi: The Voice of Spring

By Joseph So on April 6, 2015

Musical Toronto's Joseph So catches up with Italian mezzo Serena Malfi, who is in Toronto for COC's spring 2015 production of Barber of Seville...
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Q&A | 25 Questions For Stacie Dunlop

By Michael Vincent on March 9, 2016

Soprano Stacie Dunlop answers 25 questions, including her default drink of choice, the strangest place she's ever been, and the thing that makes her happiest.
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Q&A | 20 Questions for Aaron Gervais

By Michael Vincent on October 15, 2014

Announced last week, Soundstreams has unleashed their second SoundMakers Composer in Residence. This year Edmonton-born, Aaron Gervais will be joining the Toronto-based contemporary music presenters and writing a new commission for four digitally prepared vocalists. No stranger to Toronto, Aaron has worked with Tapestry New Opera, G27 Orchestra and Toca Loca. He’s also a great blogger, and will be writing about his progress with Soundstreams...
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INTERVIEW | Peter Oundjian On The Eve Of Saying Goodbye

By Arthur Kaptainis on June 14, 2018

Is the TSO underrated?“Absolutely, yes." Peter Oundjian sits down for an in-depth and candid interview on the ups and downs of his 14 years reign as Music Director of the Toronto Symphony.
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PROFILE | Soile Isokoski: The Artist as Teacher

By Joseph So on July 16, 2015

Finnish lyric soprano Soile Isokoski shares her thoughts on her art and the passing her wisdom and experience to the next generation.
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