THE SCOOP | University Of Toronto Researchers Teach A Computer To Compose And Sing Christmas Music
Researchers at the University of Toronto have trained a computer that can compose music and write lyrics based on the content of an image.
LISZTS | 10 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Roy Thomson Hall
Interesting factoids about Toronto's iconic Roy Thomson Hall that may surprise you.
SCRUTINY | Unabashed Romanticism The Secret Ingredient In Powerful TSO Concert
The TSO make Tchaikovsky sound new again with guest-conductor John Storgårds and award-winning pianist Lukas Geniušas.
COFFEE BREAK | The World's Oldest Surviving Piano Sounds Better That You'd Think
Watch this astonishing performance on the world's oldest surviving piano dating back before Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven were even born.
FEATURE | Messiah Follies: Inside Stories About Performing Handel's Ultimate Masterpiece
By Brian Chang on December 6, 2016
Short interviews with Choristers who have sung Messiah over the years under unique, sometimes hilarious circumstances.
RECORD KEEPING | Nézet-Séguin Holds Bruckner To The Highest Possible Standard With L’Orchestre Metropolitain
ATMA Classique continues its cycle of the complete symphonies of Anton Bruckner with the release of Symphony No. 2 performed by the Orchestre Métropolitain conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin.
CRITIC'S PICKS | Twelve Classical Music Shows You Should Absolutely See This Week
By Joseph So on December 5, 2016
Critic’s Picks for classical music events in Toronto for the week of Dec. 5 – 11.
THE SCOOP | TSO Averts Major Deficit With Last Minute Turnaround
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra have announced a bombshell 2015–16 annual report, which shows them going from red to black in just a few months.