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.
TRUTH AND MATTER | Why Artists Create And The Power Of Being Useful
"As creators, we send our work into the world hoping to find an audience, but not only for that reason. We send it out mostly because we believe in it..." William Beauvais shares his wisdom on creativity and passing it forward.
EDITORIAL | Opera Gets The Limelight On The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, But Does It Matter?
Did the appearance by Pretty Yende on The Late Night Show with Stephen Colbert foster any new opera fans, or was this just wishful thinking?
IN MEMORIAM | Classical Music Deaths Of 2016
In appreciation, a partial list of the classical music artists who have died in 2016.
YEAR IN REVIEW | Looking Back At The Best Shows Of 2016
As 2016 comes to a close, here are our MT staff critics picks for the best concerts of the year. And what a year it has been.
TRUTH AND MATTER | The Great Divide Between Popular And Classical Music May Not Be As Wide As You Think
From religious edicts that separated musical styles to economic ones that integrate them, the great musical divide is a continuing story.
FEATURE | Getting To Know Forte The Gay Men’s Chorus
By Brian Chang on December 13, 2016
Proudly drawn from Toronto's diverse LGTBQ+ community, Forte — Toronto Gay Men’s Chorus celebrate their 20th anniversary season.
Q&A | 38 Questions For Nicholas McGegan
MT finds out more about British Conductor Nicholas McGegan, including his fear of Hippos and a secret talent for folding napkins. There's a lot more too!
FEATURE | Messiah Follies: Inside Stories About Performing Handel's Ultimate Masterpiece
By Brian Chang on December 6, 2016
Short interviews with Choristers who have sung Messiah over the years under unique, sometimes hilarious circumstances.