THE SCOOP | Woman Assaulted At The Toronto Symphony
A patron at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra was assaulted during a performance of Carmina Burana.
INTERVIEW | An Operatic Suffragette to Commemorate Women's Rights Today
Opera5's new production serves as a reminder of the women's rights movement, as relevant as ever today.
THE SCOOP | Music Critics Association Chooses The Year's Best New Opera
The inaugural MCANA Opera Award is given to Breaking the Waves, for which MT's Arthur Kaptainis served on the contemporary competition jury.
RECORD KEEPING | At the Crossroads of Gamelan and Minimalism
How American Lou Harrison synthesized Asian percussion instruments and minimalism into his music in the middle of the 20th century.
TRUTH AND MATTER | On the Art of Musical Calligraphy
Getting the art of musical notation down to a science.
Q&A | 43 Questions For Tenor Asitha Tennekoon
Tenor Asitha Tennekoon takes on MT's Q&A, including the strangest road he's ever travelled, and the three composers he never wants to hear again.
CRITICS PICKS | 10 Concerts You Should Absolutely See This Week
By Joseph So on June 19, 2017
Classical music and opera events happening in and around Toronto for the week of June 19 to 25.
LISZTS | Seven Pieces In Honour Of Father's Day
In honour of Father's Day, here's a playlist looking at the complex relationships between Dads and their musical offspring.
THE SCOOP | Gerald Finley Made Commander Of The Order Of The British Empire
Acclaimed Canadian bass-baritone Gerald Finley has been named a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE).
LEBRECHT LISTENS | The Long-Forgotten Carbonelli
Never heard of Carbonelli? Don’t feel too bad about it.