Interview with David Fallis about the Toronto Consort’s “Schütz’s Christmas Story” concert, featuring English tenor Charles Daniels and performed on Baroque instruments
Nagata Shachu’s 21st season opens with HIBIKI (reverberations) this Saturday, November 30. Our interview with the ensemble’s Artistic Director Kiyoshi Nagata
“After performing together for 20 years, the choir has become recognized for its sound, high energy, and messages of love, hope, and inspiration.” Sylvie Webb raves about The Kingdom Choir, making its Canadian debut at the George Weston Recital Hall.
Should we take multi-instrumentalist and composer Aimee Bessada at her word? She claims that she does the least amount of public performance of the collective cast in the Musical Stage Company’s UnCovered concert series. Having seen her in last year’s Uncovered: Joni Mitchell & Carole King, this feels either like underselling or a testimony to […]
“It warms my heart and gives me hope for the future of jazz that there are little people out there connecting with this genre at such a young age.” Our interview with Juno-Award winner Diana Panton on her newest release “A Cheerful Little Earful”
The Quotable Sayak’s new artist review: Dacian Miron’s single “Feelin’ Dangerous”
Soulpepper’s concert “The Promised Land” explores the mythic American dream in the works of novelist John Steinbeck through song. Our interview with cast member Alana Bridgewater
Robin Williams is preparing to rock it on Saturday night. As the music director of newchoir, Toronto’s first rock choir, he is deep into the final rehearsals for the organization’s annual concert at Koerner Hall. If rock and choir seem incongruous, then newchoir has shifted many a perception. An audition adult choir, newchoir has carved […]
Rachel Mercer will perform her “personal dream program” with her sister Akemi Mercer-Niewöhner in 5 at the First’s “Music of Canadian Women,” featuring compositions by 6 Canadian women, including 3 world premieres.
“When Ashley and I started seeing each other, one of the things that we bonded over was music. Playing it, listening to it, talking about it.” ~ Chris Antonik, Northwood Acoustic Tour with Ashley Belmer.