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.
THE SCOOP | Martha Argerich Storms Small Town Nova Scotia
Pianists descend on Lunenburg Nova Scotia for a once in a lifetime chance to play for the "Queen of Classical Music," Martha Argerich.
FEATURE | What Musicians Can Learn From Athletes
This week at the Music and Health Research Collaboratory Colloquium at the University of Toronto, they pose the question, "Should sport and music team up?” The answer may surprise you.
THE SCOOP | Toronto Summer Music Festival Launches 2017 Season Full Of CanCon
Under new Artistic Director Jonathan Crow, the Toronto Summer Music Festival announces 2017 season aimed at celebrating Canada’s musical path.
FEATURE | When Divas Are Fashionistas
By Robin Roger on February 22, 2017
How do performers create their appearance and what does it cost in time, effort and money? In the first of a series looking at musicians’ style and image Robin Roger chats with COC Ensemble Studio performers about how they created their visual signature.
FEATURE | It's Time to Talk About the Stigma Surrounding Musicians' Injuries
By Robin Roger on February 17, 2017
A look at performers and the practitioners who treat them, as well as the stigma connected to acknowledging injury in professional performance.
SCRUTINY | A Supreme Emperor Concerto At The TSO
By Robin Roger on February 10, 2017
Legendary American pianist Garrick Ohlsson and guest conductor Jiri Belohlavek brings Beethoven's Emperor Concerto to life with the TSO.
THE SCOOP | The Glenn Gould School Concerto Competition Crowns Five Winners
By Robin Roger on February 2, 2017
Five young soloists win a chance to perform a concerto with the Royal Conservatory Orchestra during the 2016-17 season.
BOOK REVIEW | Above Parr: Memoirs From A Canadian Child Prodigy
Above Parr: Memoir of a Child Prodigy, Toronto pianist Patricia Parr struggles to convey her emotionally deprived but materially privileged upbringing despite a certain vacancy of memory that is the legacy of her childhood.
EDITORIAL | Ho Ho No? : The Problem With Christmas Music Programming (Part Two)
By Robin Roger on December 2, 2016
Christmas Music in a Multicultural World — how do non-Christian music lovers get through December? (Part Two)