DESKTOP
TABLET (max. 1024px)
MOBILE (max. 640px)
Return to Top

CLASSICAL 101 | The Surprising Origins of the Door Knocking Song

By Michael Vincent on April 29, 2015

Ever wonder where the door knocking song comes from? We have the answer.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

UPDATE | The Valentina Lisitsa Rumour Mill Sees No End In Sight (exclusive)

By Michael Vincent on April 29, 2015

We’ve been hearing from a number of sources that Valentina Lisitsa’s upcoming May 8-9 performances in Oakville have been cancelled due to low ticket-sales...
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

THE SCOOP | Toronto Mendelssohn Choir Names New Associate Conductor

By Michael Vincent on April 28, 2015

Toronto Mendelssohn Choir names Jennifer Min-Young Lee, as incoming associate conductor for Fall 2015.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

CRITIC’S PICKS | Ten Musical Outings You Absolutely Must Do This Week

By Michael Vincent on April 28, 2015

Musical Toronto’s weekly Critic’s Picks are a fully curated list of some of the best concerts happening now through the end of the week.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

Fits & Bursts | 12 Coolest Concert Halls in the World

By Michael Vincent on April 27, 2015

Be they Arthur Erickson's Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, or The Copenhagen Concert Hall in Denmark, concerts halls are dream spaces whose designs tell us just as much about ourselves as we tell about them.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

SCRUTINY | Yannick Nézet-Séguin Brings His Signature Dazzle to Toronto

By Michael Vincent on April 25, 2015

Superstar conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin brings Montreal's Orchestre Métropolitain to Koerner Hall with Stéphane Tétreault with for their Toronto debut.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

How Little You Are: Nico Muhly Gets Inspired by The Lone Star (Review)

By Paul E. Robinson on April 25, 2015

Nico Muhly premieres How Little You Are, a new work evoking the vastness of the West for choir and 12 guitars.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

SCRUTINY | Aisslinn Nosky and Tafelmusik Present a Cheeky "Baroque Misbehaving"

By Colin Eatock on April 25, 2015

Perhaps there’s no such thing as an entirely typical Tafelmusik concert – but Thursday night’s program at Trinity-St. Paul’s Church, titled “Baroque Misbehaving,” was especially unusual, for a couple of reasons...
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

THE SCOOP | K-W Symphony Dare Computer Programmers to "Hack the Orchestra"

By Michael Vincent on April 24, 2015

The Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony organizes “Hack the Orchestra” - the first hackathon in the world that gives hackers a full symphony orchestra and concert hall experience to work with.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

SCRUTINY | TSO Explores the Armenian Experience With Ararat

By Arthur Kaptainis on April 23, 2015

Toronto Symphony Orchestra explore the music of Armenia with soprano Isabel Bayrakdarian, violinist Sergey Khachatryan and composer Mychael Danna.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

UPDATE | Valentina Lisitsa Finally Confirms New Toronto Area Venue (exclusive)

By Michael Vincent on April 23, 2015

Ukrainian-American pianist Valentina Lisitsa confirms Toronto area venue after being turned away by Toronto Symphony Orchestra over offensive political Tweets.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article

THE SCOOP | Toronto’s Award Winning Integral House Up For Sale

By Michael Vincent on April 23, 2015

Do you have an extra 28 million dollars burning a whole in your pocket? Then the award-winning “Integral House”, which includes its own private concert area, could be yours.
Read the full story Comments
Share this article