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from National
on February 4, 2016

"TORONTO, Feb. 3, 2016 /CNW/ - Today, at Roy Thomson Hall, Music Director Peter Oundjian unveiled the Toronto Symphony Orchestra's 95th performance season. The offerings reconfirm the TSO's status as one of Canada's leading ensembles and outstanding presenters of live music. The TSO is proud to spotlight 58...

from National
on February 4, 2016

World-class event must address lack of female composers

"Now that the 2016 Winnipeg New Music Festival has come and gone, it's time to catch our collective breath and reflect on another whirlwind week of contemporary music and arts events.

from National
on February 3, 2016

"Meanwhile, a teacher at the Queen’s School of Music is up for his second Juno Award. John Burge was nominated today for “Classical Composition of the Year”. Newswatch’s Paul Soucy reports.

John Burge is no stranger to classical music – in fact the composer and Queen’s University Music professor was...

from National
on February 3, 2016

"The North Bay Symphony will welcome Canadian visual artist Holly Carr to the stage Feb. 21 to create a stunning piece of visual art inspired by the orchestra’s performance.

The two-hour matinee, titled Inspirations, will feature music inspired by art and art inspired by music. Inspirations will begin at 2...

from National
on February 2, 2016

"In the satirical world of Gabriel Dharmoo, truth is indeed stranger than fiction. But just because something is not true does not mean audiences can’t be convinced it is real.

A performance piece involving truth, mistruths, and art both real and imagined is a nebulous exercise, Dharmoo said. Which is...

from National
on February 2, 2016

FEBRUARY 2, 2016, TORONTO, ON - Centrediscs, the recording label of the Canadian Music Centre, is thrilled to announce that three of its recent releases have been nominated for 2016 JUNO Awards.

from National
on February 2, 2016

"Host Sean Perrin talks with special guest Lori Freedman. They discuss her upcoming Virtuosity of Excess tour (which heads to Toronto, Brooklyn, Calgary, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, Edmonton, Montreal and Brandon), the aesthetics of music, improvisation, composing, performing, music teaching and...

from Ontario
on January 28, 2016

For immediate release: January 27, 2016

Introducing the EQ Women in Electronic Music Participants for Winter/Spring 2016

from National
on January 28, 2016

"In the satirical world of Gabriel Dharmoo, truth is indeed stranger than fiction. But just because something is not true does not mean audiences can’t be convinced it is real.

A performance piece involving truth, mistruths and art both real and imagined is a nebulous exercise, Dharmoo said. Which is...

from National
on January 27, 2016

The Virtuosity of Excess is a solo concert of music for bass clarinet and contrabass clarinet PERFORMED BY LORI FREEDMAN.