SCRUTINY | Stefan Vinke Scores A Triumph As The Young Siegfried In Berlin
By Joseph So on April 22, 2017
Not a Siegfried for the ages, but the outstanding performance by Stefan Vinke lifted it out of the ordinary.
LEBRECHT LISTENS | Luca Buratto: Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover
Do not be put off by the cover. This is a fantastic release by a pianist wise beyond his years.
RECORD KEEPING | Pianist Stewart Goodyear Channels The Spirit Of Ravel In New Solo Album
In his first recording for the London, England-based label Orchid Classics, Goodyear lays out the substantive core of Ravel’s output for solo piano.
COFFEE BREAK | Donald Trump Humiliates Himself By Saying He's "Good Friends" With Pavarotti
U.S. President Donald Trump makes a fool of himself at a press conference by mispronouncing Verdi and lying about being "good friends" with Pavarotti.
INTERVIEW | What's Next For Stephanie Martin After Pax Christi Chorale?
After 20 years at the helm of Toronto's Pax Christi Chorale, Stephanie Martin chats about what's next on her intrepid musical horizon.
THE SCOOP | Juno Awards Move To CBC Opens The Door For Classical Music And Jazz
Will jazz and classical music finally be allowed to shine alongside Justin Bieber and Drake at the Juno Awards?
PROFILE | Dorothy Sandler-Glick: Portrait Of A Woman of Valour
Though it has been 15 years since her last public performance, Sandler-Glick has a powerful pianistic legacy at her fingertips.
SCRUTINY | Walsung Twins The Highlight Of A Satisfying Die Walküre
By Joseph So on April 18, 2017
With the Prologue, otherwise known as Das Rheingold, having set the scene, we’re now down to the business of Die Walküre at Deutsche Oper Berlin.