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  • The COC announced their 2015/2016 season
    Canadian Opera Company announces 2015/2016 season
    In a big departure from the ordinary, the Canadian Opera Company orchestra was featuredonthe stage at the beginning of the evening, not in the pit. Although conductor Johannes Debus joked that it was to test the audience's reaction and...
  • The 2015 Jaguar XF
    The 2015 Jaguar XF is a fine feline that can be tame or composed
    Jaguar. A name recognized as the epitome of luxury, class, and sophistication. A brand that, not too long ago was rethinking new ways to compete in a playing field with a number of strong contenders. Take a closer look and note, over the last few...
  • Musicians in Ordinary
    Musicians in Ordinary open new year with baroque concert
    Musicians in Ordinary, a two-piece outfit at its barest core comprised of soprano Hallie Fishel and multi-instrumentalist John Edwards, opened 2015 with a concert at Yorkville's Heliconian Hall. Their baroque performance took place on two days...
  • young Arts Week 2015
    Young Arts Week 2015
    The National Young Arts week of performing arts and other artistic disciplines will take place in Miami from January 4th to January 10th 2015.170 young Arts students will attend master classes by prominent artist during the day and every night...
  • Greddy Exhaust system
    Top 10 aftermarket exhaust systems for your Honda Civic
    Performance aftermarket exhaust systems for your Honda Civic are a great way to add a different sound, a new look to your car and added performance to your otherwise stock vehicle.Not only are aftermarket performance exhaust systems relatively...
  • Musicians in Ordinary
    Musicians in Ordinary dazzle with baroque concert at St. Basil's Church
    St. Basil's Church is the college church of the University of Toronto's St. Michael's College and for people used to listening to music in more popular venues in Toronto, it may seem like an odd choice. It's tucked away in a little...
  • Cycle Blur
    A key to endurance performance may be subliminal visual cues
    Positive subliminal visual cues – words, pictures, and symbols unidentifiable in your conscious – have been shown to improve performance in endurance athletes. Based on research from the University of Kent and Bangor University,...
  • Seventh Fleet Band
    Should a concert ticket come with a social contract?
    Apparently the big news story in the arts on the other side of the pond today has to do with Kyung-Wha Chung publicly taking the parents of a coughing child to task during her recital at London’s Royal Festival Hall. Due to a finger injury,...
  • Festive Season gets off to a bright start in the Bay Area
    Festive Season gets off to a bright start in the Bay Area
    In this first week of the Festive Season, SFJAZZ presents the Jason Marsalis Vibes Quartet - showcasing the talents of yet another talented member of the extraordinarily gifted Marsalis family - who in 2011 were the recipients of an NEA Jazz...
  • Camelot
    As re-imagined 'Camelot' closes Drury Lane prepares for exciting new year
    Some good seats remain available for the last few performances of "Camelot" at Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook Terrace. Grab them while you can!For those that have not seen this spectacularly re-imagined Lerner and Loewe show directed by...
  • Tapestry Briefs: Booster Shots at the Ernest Balmer Studio in the Distillery District
    Tapestry Opera 'Tapestry Briefs: Booster Shots' opens 35th season
    Opera's one of the few art forms that seldom attracts younger audience members the way something like rock or pop music would. Its sophistication requires a more complex mind, which tends to accompany growing older. So when a company like...
  • Daniel Lanois at the Danforth Music Hall
    Daniel Lanois performs at Danforth Music Hall
    He may not be a household name, but Daniel Lanois is one of the Canada's— and the world's— top music producers. He's worked with the likes of U2, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Brian Eno, Peter Gabriel and more (as well as...
  • Usher
    Usher melts hearts at Air Canada Centre for Toronto stop on #URXTour
    After more than 20 years in the business— a fact he mentioned early on in the night— Usher Raymond IV showed he's still got what it takes to keep an arena full of fans screaming for almost two hours. He stopped by the Air Canada...
  • Falstaff
    Canadian Opera Company sets a new standard with 'Falstaff'
    When you want to experience the absolute best of what the opera world has to offer, you needn't look any further than the Canadian Opera Company's production of Verdi's "Falstaff", which opened their 2014/2015 season. It was...
  • Toronto Mendelssohn Choir
    Toronto Mendelssohn Choirs kicks off 120th season with Haydn, Mozart
    Well, that was quite some start to the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir's 120th season! After a much too long wait, the 129-strong choir started its 2014/2015 season on October 15 at the wonderfully acoustic Koerner Hall, an intimate stage space...