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Musical Toronto is an expanded blog founded in November 2011, by former Toronto Star Critic, John Terauds.
Since February 2014, the blog has been managed and edited by Michael Vincent, critic, editor, educator, and composer, Doctor of Music from the University of Toronto.
The online magazine blog is focused on concerts, musicians and background on classical concerts and opera, with a particular focus on the Greater Toronto Area.
During the 2013 calendar year, Musical Toronto received slightly more than 350,000 individual visits — that’s an average of more than 29,000 per month.
In 2013, 250,000 visitors — or 72% of visits — came from local addresses; 47,000 — or 13% — came from the United States.
Musical Toronto includes additional contributions by observers, composers, performers and anyone else with something to express about art music in Toronto.
Your thoughts, impressions, questions, reviews and commentaries are always welcome.
We always welcome guest posts on relevant musical topics.
Please send any comments, suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome strong opinions and criticism of our work, and do not hesitate to approve critical comments. However, personal attacks against our staff will not be permitted, and any criticism should relate to the article in question. Generally, we will not allow comments to become bogged down with discussions of our moderation policies, and we will moderate accordingly.
When posting on Musical Toronto, please observe the following:
1 No abuse
2 No defamation
3 No personal attacks.
4 You may post anonymously or under a pseudonym, but only under one name.
*Rule violators will be permanently banned from commenting.
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We are currently accepting unsolicited CD’s, DVD’s and Books for review. Please mail them to:
P.O. Box 136
Waterdown, ON, L0R2H0
Note that due to the limited resources, we or may not be able to get to every CD, but rest assured they are always listen too.