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A long time ago in the academic galaxy of a Doctorate in Music that is now far, far away, I was required to analyze a movement from Bela Bartok’s Sonata for 2 Pianos [read on]
Check out one of the first virtual music festivals to take place in the Metaverse.
Photo by Shona Clemson, 2018. In a year like this one, good music has become such an essential part of my self-care. It is rare to lose yourself with a stellar album these [read on]
Baritone Phillip Addis joins the cast of the opera, set to premiere in Montreal on November 20th & 21st.
Lopez’ latest an anthem for surviving mental illness
The Montreal-based ensemble will be performing a wide range of musical styles at the MMFA’s Salle Bourgie.
Elder’s ‘Omens’ skillfully blends prog, psychedelic and stoner rock into a delightful collection of 5 ten-minute songs that feel almost cinematic.
Montreal’s I Musici will be hosting Gemma New, the Musical Director of the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, for a concert that will feature work of Bach, John Adams and [read on]
For its very first concert of the year, on Sunday February 16 at 3:00 PM in Westmount’s historic Victoria Hall, l’Orchestre classique de Montréal offers music lovers [read on]
We spoke to Sons of Apollo singer Jeff Scott Soto about their latest album and upcoming tour. They’ll be in Montreal on Feb. 3rd
Supergroup Sons of Apollo finds its groove with a grandiose second album filled with musical prowess.
Interview with celebrated musician Kerson Leong and his performance with i Musici.
‘Hymn Live’ is a fantastic document of Sarah Brightman’s live concert
Ukrainian-born conductor and violist Maxim Rysanov is back with Montreal’s I Musici. This star on the international classical scene invites us to a world that features [read on]
The renowned oratorio, composed by George Frideric Handel in 1741, will be presented by the Orchestre classique de Montreal at St. Joseph’s Oratory. For the very first [read on]
Singer/songwriter John Wort Hannam shines with his album ‘Acres of Elbow Room’, a soulful collection of folk/country songs.
Brazil’s Rebel Machine released their second album ‘Whatever It Takes’. It’s a good rock record, with catchy melodies.
Some musical highlights and a lot of cool fashion.
Overall, a laid back day with some good music. Great crowd, great scene. Here are some pics from day one.