By Hye Won Cecilia Lee on June 23, 2020
Young educators Edmee Nataprawira and Pauline Feng are bringing summer learning home to children through a new program called Clavier Class.
By Paula Citron on May 20, 2020
Theatre by phone becomes an adventure over six days with Outside the March Theatre's The Ministry of Mundane Mysteries.
By Paula Citron on March 14, 2020
With a supremely talented cast and high octane dance, Summer is a fitting tribute to the Queen of Disco.
By Neil Crory on November 7, 2015
A Toronto appearance by Renée Fleming is always a welcome affair. The much admired American soprano is known – not only for her exceptional gifts as a singer – but for her generous spirit and down-to-earth manner both on and off stage.
By Neil Crory on June 30, 2015
Apocalypsis closes Luminato festival in grand style.
By Neil Crory on June 8, 2015
This past Friday, Against the Grain Theatre (AtG) gave the final of four sold-out performances of their latest venture, Death & Desire, featuring mezzo-soprano, Krisztina Szabó, bass-baritone, Stephen Hegedus, and pianist, Topher Mokrzewski.
By Neil Crory on May 25, 2015
The ever resourceful The Toronto Consort outdo themselves with an engaging production of the liturgical drama, The Play of Daniel. Neil Crory reviews.
By Neil Crory on May 9, 2015
Dramatically, the pairing of these two gripping psychological studies is a natural fit. Musically, however, they are light years apart. Neil Crory reviews.
By Neil Crory on April 18, 2015
Canadian Opera Company remounts Rossini's masterpiece, The Barber of Seville: review
By Neil Crory on April 1, 2015
It seems hardly possible that Opera In Concert (now rebranded as Voice Box/Opera in Concert) marks its 41st anniversary this past season. The organization - founded by the irrepressible vocal coach and pianist, Stuart Hamilton, C.M., – made its debut on October 21, 1974 with Ambroise Thomas' Hamlet. Since then they have presented over 150 different operas - most of them true rarities...