FEATURE | A Fond Farewell To Nora Shulman, A Total Pro
"My personal ambitions never went beyond maintaining my work at the highest level. That was always my goal." MT catches up with TSO Principal Flute Nora Shulman to chat about her upcoming retirement and the road ahead.
FEATURE | Why A Group Of Classical Musicians Decided It Was Time To Sing
Acquired Taste is a choral community of musicians built around the idea that music ought to be about the joy and not the judgement.
FEATURE | Toronto Loves To Sing: The Rise Of Choir! Choir! Choir! And Acquired Taste
What do Toronto-based string players, pianists and woodwind players do on their off days? They sing, of course.
FEATURE | How A Toronto Neighbourhood Inspired A Homegrown La bohème
Against The Grain Theatre brings Puccini’s La bohème back to the dive bar.
FEATURE | One Last Hurrah At The 2017 Montreal International Music Competition
Jennifer Liu catches up with Measha Brueggergosman, Christiane LeBlanc, James Norcop and the MIMC laureates for some post-competition talking points.
FEATURE | A Musical “Skol” In honour Of Norway’s National Holiday
Toronto Norwegians celebrate Norway's National Holiday with a concert of Edvard Grieg's lesser-known works.
HOT TAKE | Female Composers In Musical Toronto
Only 1.8 percent of music programmed by major U.S. orchestras is written by women. How does Toronto fare?
FEATURE | Haus Musik: The Bar Is Open
Haus Musik packs a wealth of potential for Toronto’s hometown early music ensemble.
FEATURE | Why It Is So Important The COC Gets Louis Riel Right
The COC brings Louis Riel to light with an aim for reconciliation, and most importantly, input from Indigenous artists.
FEATURE | Alexander Technique — Musicians & Artists' Secret Weapon
What did Heath Ledger, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Sir Ian McKellan, David Ben-Gurion, George Bernard Shaw, Alan Rickman, Julie Andrews, John Cleese, Yehudi Menuhin, Madonna and Sting all have in common?