The Toronto-based composer and vocal artist pays homage to his Wolastoq First Nation roots Read more

Album reviews

Kuné – Canada’s Global Orchestra is made up of a disparate group of world-class musicians – 12 from abroad and one Métis – all of whom call Canada home. Read our review of their self-titled debut album here. Read more

Album reviews


Markus Staley

In Ideas Of North, a new collaboration with Shad, Iskwé and others, the violinist strives to “reinterpret what it means to be Canadian" Read more


Monica Pearce


Ahead of Plumes' show at the Music Gallery, local composer Monica Pearce discusses translating Grimes's Visions for an acoustic ensemble, and gender equity in Toronto’s classical scene Read more


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Non-Black musicians are afraid to tackle material born of slavery, but oversensitivity is putting the survival of a deserving repertoire at risk, writes Measha Brueggergosman Read more


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    Exhibited 1850 Joseph Mallord William Turner 1775-1851 Accepted by the nation as part of the Turner Bequest 1856 Photography © Tate, London 2015

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