Some great operas take time to achieve popularity with audiences and critics. For example, Georges Bizet’s “Carmen” initially received hostile reviews and a lack of [...]
OTTAWA—It was an early birthday celebration for Juno award-winning cellist Amanda Forsyth when she played two evening concerts on Oct. 10 and 11 at Ottawa’s National Arts [...]
Fresh from the touring of 2010′s ISAM, Amon Tobin has some found time to put together Stunt Rhythms under his pseudonym Two Fingers.
The Canadian Opera Company (COC) opened its season in Toronto with two of the most beloved operatic works of our time—Verdi’s Il Trovatore (The Troubadour) and Strauss’s [...]
The Rose Studio Concert, American Classical Orchestra, Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra and more …
A technical mastery combined with great sensitivity. For example, the hugely demanding ‘Réminiscences de La Juive’ by Liszt and gentler pieces by Fauré and Poulenc.
The Anderson Twins, saxophone and clarinet virtuosi, present the tale of the renowned bandleaders Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey.
The rich texture of superlative guitar, iconic images and pure themes of freedom and open skies interweave on tracks like ‘Fall From The Grace of Love’.
Ewan Robertson aka Offshore provides us with a glimpse at a range of his productions; he ties together emotive synths, inspired samples and glitchy computer fuzz.
17 tracks cover remixes in the styles of house, hip hop, even drum and bass with a multitude of traditional instruments and lyrics in a dizzying array of languages.