Q&A | 40 Questions For William Norris
Newly minted Tafelmusik Managing Director William Norris answers some of lifes most pressing questions, including his strangest talent. You'll never guess.
THE VOICE | Christine Goerke: This Valkyrie Rocks! (Profile)
By Neil Crory on February 6, 2015
Those who have met and/or worked with the American dramatic soprano, Christine Goerke describe her as "fun to be with", "unassuming", "down to earth", "hard working", "a real charmer" - the furthest one can get from your stereotypical, card-carrying Valkyrie...
Q&A | 24 Questions For Elinor Frey
Cellist Elinor Frey answers 24 questions, including her favourite films and the luckiest moments of her life.
FITS & BURSTS | The Isabel: The Perilous Life of a Newborn Concert Hall
No one is quite sure how it happens, but after years of ‘trying’ – often with the help of artificial insemination, conception occurs, and a new bouncing ballroom is born into existence. Before you know it, they are old enough to get a licence to sell alcohol in the lobby.
Q&A | 44 Questions for Edwin Huizinga
Guelph, Ontario born Edwin Huizinga is a familiar face around Toronto’s classical, baroque, jazz, and indie music scene. Besides playing for period ensembles Tafelmusik, and ACRONYM, he is a member of the popular Toronto based indierock band Wooden Sky. Edwin is also one of the founders of the Classical Revolution. What started as a project to make chamber music more accessible, it has gone on to inspired the creation of over 30 chapters across the United States, Canada, and Europe. Edwin currently resides in Toronto and is a former student of violinist, Mark Fewer.
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...
Q&A | 40 Questions for Andrew Burashko
After making his debut at the age of seventeen with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Burashko has become a fixture of the Canadian music scene. He has performed with nearly every major Canadian orchestra, and has become a favorite with conductors such as Marin Alsop, Andrew Davis, Jukka-Pekka Saraste, and Pinchas Zukerman and many others...
FEATURE | Richard Kogan: “Resilience is a Skill, You Can Practice It"
Merger of master pianist and master psychiatrist makes Richard Kogan a powerful role model.
Q&A | 30 Questions for Alexander Neef
COC general director Alexander Neef answers our 30 questions, including his favourite drink: Single malt Scotch (of course).