Trust the Process: The Inside Story of a Mohawk Saint
An ambitious project revisits the iconic life of Mohawk Saint Kateri Tekakwitha
Strange, Ridiculous, Sublime
La Porte Stays Closed and Resonates
Two talented performers and simple, intimate staging pack a meaningful punch
The Kids Are Alright: Young Musicians Revive Montreal’s Classical Music Scene
Review: Bach Festival Opening Concert Features Sergei Babyan
Chopin, Part, and Bach all played at opening concert.
Stella Musica: A Celebration of Women in Music
Stella Musica aims to celebrate and showcase women in classical music with a concert launching Montreal’s newest festival!
Trio Fibonacci Launches The Mannheim Rocket
An interview with Trio Fibonacci violinist Julie-Anne Derome; classical music perfect for anyone’s Wednesday night. Their performance is on February 25.
Young Montreal Immigrant Saves Rwandan Children
Sandrine Murengerantwali founded Vivo Cuore to raise money for much needed surgeries in her home country of Rwanda.
Art and Politics Collide in Controversial Documentary Wagner’s Jews
Film explores the complex relationship between Wagner, anti-Semitism, and art.
The Montreal Lyric Orchestra: the new kid on the classical music block
Baroque Cabaret: Love Triangles, Deceitful Women, and Phoenix Ashes in Handel’s Semele
Tenor David H Menzies gives us a preview of La Compagnie Baroque Mont-Royal’s weekend performance.
Betraying Beethoven? Sidney York Leaves the Conservatory.
Brandi Sidoryk talks about how her secret, double-life as Sidney York got started.
Concert Review: Classically Good. McGill Chamber Orchestra Performs Handel’s Messiah
Kanica Saphan checks out the McGill Chamber Orchestra’s annual show of Handel’s Messiah in Christ Church Cathedral and reports back favorably on both orchestra and venue
Classical Music Series Finds Its Following
L’Oasis Musicale holds inexpensive classical music concerts in Montreal’s downtown Cathedral.