Classical musicians and ensembles are getting in the holiday spirit with free performances at children’s hospitals, upcoming holiday themed concerts, and the release of winter or Christmas inspired albums.
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The jury unanimously decided to award the 1st place prize for the Auguste-Descarries Piano Competition to Antoine Rivard-Landry.
From Colette Maze, the, oldest pianist in the world to Claude Kahn, the founder of an international music competition that’s over 50 years old, the classical music world has lost many influential performers, composers, and teachers this week.
We’ve been keeping up with Koerner Hall and TSO performances through a series of concert reviews written by our talented reporters.
The Orchestre symphonique de Montréal is thrilled to announce the name of the 2023 OSM Competition’s Grand Prize winner: Leland Ko.
The release of the “final” Beatles song, Now and Then, has been bittersweet for fans of the 1960s boy band.
The Canadian Opera Company’s Centre Stage, now in its 10th year, is one of the most anticipated events in Canada’s opera world.
Soprano Elisabeth St-Gelais took home First Prize and the Audience Choice Award at Canadian Opera Company’s 10th Centre Stage: Ensemble Studio Competition.
Ottawa, October 16, 2023 – Ariane Cossette wins the 2023 National Capital Opera Competition which took place on the 14th October at the First Unitarian Congregation in Ottawa, ON. Ariane is a member of the Canadian Opera Company’s Ensemble Studio. Angelo Moretti placed second and received $5,000. Angelo is a member of the Opera de Montreal’s atelier lyrique. Jordan Baldwin placed third and received $3,000. Jordan is completing his MMus at University of Toronto. The three other finalists were Daniela Agostino, Angela Gjurichanin and Kathryn Rose Johnston, each received $1,000. Maghan McPhee soprano and director of BIIMA (Breno Italy International…
‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands (October 16, 2023) – On Sunday evening, October 15, the results of the 56th IVC LiedDuo were announced at the end of the finals of the 56th IVC LiedDuo in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Despite the high level of the finalists, the Jury, chaired by baritone Bo Skovhus, was unable to declare an outright winner. The decision was made on the duo coupling – not on the singer or pianist alone. Each duo played with some great strengths and the level of the finalists was high. It was therefor decided to award two second prizes. Maybe calling them second prizes was…