FEATURE | Stratford Summer Music Hits a Fifteen-Year Milestone
John Miller chats to Musical Toronto about what's in store for Stratford Summer Music's fifteenth annual season between July 20 - August 30, 2015.
PROFILE | 10 Things You May Not Know About Violinist Aisslinn Nosky
One of Canada's foremost baroque violinists, Aisslinn Nosky shares ten things you might be surprised to know about her.
WHO'S WHO | High Notes Launches Spotlight On Mental Health
By Member on April 16, 2015
High Notes invites you to join them for an evening of music, hope and inspiration.
COFFEE BREAK | Toronto Symphony Orchestra Play Epic Game of Thrones Theme Song
Toronto Symphony Orchestra rehearse the Game of Thrones theme song from the "As Heard on TV" concerts this past April 14-15.
OPERA REVIEW | Opera Atelier Presents a Dance Heavy Orpheus and Eurydice
Arthur Kaptainis reviews Opera Atelier's Orpheus and Eurydice: "Dance fans with classical tastes will not be disappointed."
FEATURE | The Politics of Music Programming
RCM’s Mervon Mehta explains the complexities of programming today’s media-savvy classical music performers
THE SCOOP | Philip Glass Wins 2015 Glenn Gould Prize
Composer Philip Glass has been named the 11th recipient of the Glenn Gould Prize.
THE MORNING AFTER | Christianne Stotijn and Julius Drake Evoke of the Sounds of Spring
Mezzo-soprano Christianne Stotijn and pianist Julius Drake perform a spring-like program of song at Pollack Hall.
COFFEE BREAK | Bärenreiter Urtext Campaign
We've seen some pretty funny ad campaigns in the past, but this Urtext campaign for the Germain classical music publishing house Bärenreiter, tops them all.
CRITIC’S PICKS | Eleven Musical Outings You Should Absolutely Do This Week
Critic's Picks: Musical Toronto’s weekly classical music opera picks for April 13 - 19, 2015.
CONCERT REVIEW | The Seiler Trio Blows a Musical Wind Through Heliconian Hall
Syrinx Concert Series: The Seiler Trio gives an outstanding performance of Trios for piano, violin and cello at Heliconian Hall.