THE SCOOP | Canadian Violinist Experiences Abrasive Incident At Toronto Airport
A Canadian concert violinist is using her own negative experience to warn other air travellers against heightened security inspections.
PREVIEW | A Songful Program At Toronto Summer Music
By Joseph So on July 12, 2017
Young and old unite in song at the upcoming Toronto Summer Music Festival. Highlights of this year's Art of Song program.
THE SCOOP | Bryan Cheng Wins 2017 Michael Measures Prize
The 2017 Michael Measures Prize has been awarded to Bryan Cheng, a cellist from Ottawa.
TORONTO AUDIOPHILE 6 | Toronto's Best Stores For High-End Audio
High-end audio isn't just for highbrow society. Anthony Kershaw takes us through Toronto's speciality stores that cater to all audiophiles.
BREAKING | Kent Nagano Stepping Down From Montreal Symphony Orchestra
Kent Nagano is leaving his Music Director role at the Montreal Symphony Orchestra.
THE SCOOP | TSO Turns Altercation Into "Teachable Event" for 100 Young Patrons
In response to last week's physical altercation between patrons, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra announces a block of tickets for 100 underprivileged youth to foster a more inclusive audience.
THE SCOOP | Rocking Horse Winner Dominates 2017 Dora Awards
At last night’s 38th annual Dora Mavor Moore Awards at Elgin Theatre, it was Tapestry Operas time to shine with a total of five awards in the Opera Division, including Outstanding Direction to Michael Mori.
THE SCOOP | Woman Assaulted At The Toronto Symphony
A patron at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra was assaulted during a performance of Carmina Burana.
INTERVIEW | An Operatic Suffragette to Commemorate Women's Rights Today
Opera5's new production serves as a reminder of the women's rights movement, as relevant as ever today.
THE SCOOP | Music Critics Association Chooses The Year's Best New Opera
The inaugural MCANA Opera Award is given to Breaking the Waves, for which MT's Arthur Kaptainis served on the contemporary competition jury.