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.
SCRUTINY | Game of Thrones Live Cuts Deeper Than Swords
Fire spouts from the stage, it’s a hot flash that can be felt well back into the Air Canada Centre. This is Game of Thrones Live.
FEATURE | Musical Tributes: The Lionization Of Matthew Shepard
By Brian Chang on February 26, 2017
An in-depth look at composer Craig Johnson's choral tribute to Matthew Shepard, the boy who would become the national symbol of violence against gays.
SCRUTINY | TSO's Movie Night With Ratatouille Something Meaningful
By Brian Chang on February 19, 2017
TSO's live score to Ratatouille hits the mark for a well-timed family day weekend.
FEATURE | Musical Tributes: Stories We Ignore At Our Peril
By Brian Chang on February 11, 2017
The first in our series exploring choral works, small and large, created to fight against conflict, war, destruction, murder, and loss. This week, Benjamin Britten’s anti-war masterpiece War Requiem.
SCRUTINY | Historical Conversations, Necessary Conversations With The Toronto Consort
By Brian Chang on February 4, 2017
The Toronto Consort imagines new musical encounters between European and Aboriginal nations.
PREVIEW | A Rehearsal “Ride Along” With Fauré’s Requiem At The TSO
By Brian Chang on January 30, 2017
Brian Chang offers an inside look at the rehearsal process with The Amadeus Choir, Elmer Iseler Singers, and Toronto Symphony for Fauré's Requiem.
Classical 101 | Your Voice-type And How To Find It
By Brian Chang on January 25, 2017
Angelic soprano? Heroic Tenor? Boomy Alto? Earth-shattering Bass? Your voice-type and how to find it.
FEATURE | An Exclusive Inside Tour Of The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir Choral Library
By Brian Chang on January 19, 2017
MT's Brian Chang takes a tour of Toronto Mendelssohn Choir's Choral Library, one of the oldest and largest of its kind in Canada.
Classical 101 | Castrati: The Incredible History Of The Men Who Sang Like Women
By Brian Chang on January 16, 2017
Castrati were world's first real superstars. But the history behind the men who could sing like women has an interesting twist. Brian Chang explains.