La Scena Musicale
La Scena Musicale is a English-speaking media specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, La Scena Musicale is a qualified source of soclassiq, like Planet Hugill or Ludwig van Toronto and many others. The oldest article indexed by soclassiq is dated 2012-01-02. Since then, a total of 1217 articles have been written and published by La Scena Musicale.
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The last article in La Scena Musicale, "André Gagnon, 1936-2020", is dated 2020-12-03. By 2020, this source has published 523 articles.
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André Gagnon, the Quebec composer and pianist whose individual fusion of pop and classical idioms made him internationally popular, died on Dec. 3 at age 84. A statement on the website of his record label, Audiogram, said the cause was Lewy body dementia. A native of Saint-Pacôme in the south-shore Kamouraska region of Quebec, Gagnon [...]
After a first webcast concert in October, the Trio Fibonacci will once again return to our screens with Dreams of Tchaikovsky: a foray into the colourful world of Russian music spanning several generations. During this virtual event, which will feature the trios of Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich and Schnittke, the three musicians will to continue their exploration [...]
Peterborough / Montréal, Canada (December 1st, 2020) – Yannick Nézet-Séguin is the winner of the Orchestras Canada Betty Webster Award for 2020. Maestro Nézet-Séguin was nominated by the Orchestre Métropolitain. While the award is traditionally presented in person, this year required rethinking the tradition, and the award announcement was made through this video, which celebrates [...]
Dear COC community members, As COC Board Chair, I’m pleased to write to you all today with news regarding the company’s search for the next COC General Director. After a year-long recruitment process, considering candidates from Canada and around the world, I can now share that Perryn Leech will step into the role on March [...]
November 27, 2020 – The Order of Canada is one of our country’s highest civilian honours. Its Companions, Officers and Members take to heart the motto of the Order: DESIDERANTES MELIOREM PATRIAM (“They desire a better country”). Created in 1967, the Order of Canada recognizes outstanding achievement, dedication to the community and service to the nation. [...]
Accordionist Michael Bridge and clarinettist Kornel Wolak are an internationally acclaimed music & comedy duo who work with traditional acoustic instruments and digital technologies to create unique musical experiences. The pair met a few years ago when Bridge’s professor, then touring with Wolak, was looking to reduce his performance schedule and needed a replacement, whom [...]
What would you say if I gave up star ratings? They are only the vaguest approximation of a critic’s opinion and they might well be affected by the weather, or the latest Covid numbers. I’ve seen ratings that barely reflect the text of a review, just as footballers get marks out of ten that bear [...]
Nov. 24, 2020. Luna Pearl Woolf: Fire and Flood, a Pentatone Oxingale Series recording, has been nominated for a 2021 Grammy Award in the category of Best Classical Compendium. The composer-portrait album, released in February, encompasses 25 years of dramatic vocal and choral works and hauntingly re-imagined Leonard Cohen masterpieces by the innovative American-Canadian composer. [...]
Toronto, Ontario––November 25, 2020: One of Toronto’s most beloved holiday musical traditions, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra’s annual Holiday Pops concert, will be available from the safety and comfort of patrons’ homes this year. Cherished holiday music will be performed, including a cheery sing-along and poignant moments of reflection as the world marks a holiday season [...]
The OSM Competition has announced its 2020 finalists. Woodwinds: Nicolas Richard (bassoon) Arin Sarkissian (flute) Stephanie Morin (flute) Brass: Léonard Pineault-Deault Cyril Fonseca Robert Conquer This edition is taking place exclusively online. The deadline for the finalists to send in their final round video is on Dec. 6, and the award ceremony will take place [...]