The first time Guy Braunstein heard Shostakovich's Violin Concerto No. 1, he was a 16-year old living near Tel Aviv.
The young man was a budding star of the violin at the time and he had found a recording of the work among his parents' record
A grand expansion makes the National Arts Centre a public place where visual arts are more important than ever before, says an archivist-curator who’s watched over the centre’s collection during renovations.
“I don’t think it’s any hidden secret that up until this past July, you came
Had Hannah Moscovitch not fished out a bit of spare change over a dozen years ago, Sophie, Johnny and Alma would likely not exist.
The three – with the spotlight on Sophie – make up Moscovitch’s play What a Young Wife Ought to Know, opening Jan.
It should not be a big deal, in 2018, to see a symphonic program where both the guest conductor and the soloist are women.
But it is.
Because while NACO violinist Jessica Linnebach and conductor Karina Canellakis are both too talented, experienced and professional to
She is, without doubt, one of the most in-demand freelance conductors around these days.
The proof is in her upcoming schedule which will take her from her Ottawa debut, in which she leads the NAC Orchestra in two concerts tonight and Thursday, to Phoenix, Arizona, to
A prominent Ottawa archaeologist credited in some circles with rewriting the history of Vikings in Canada has accused the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto of “disparaging” her widely publicized research.
Patricia Sutherland is an adjunct professor at Carleton University and a former archaeologist with what was
Geoff Nuttall's got it pretty sweet. He lives in a California town called Portola Valley and can see the Santa Cruz Mountains from his deck.
He's five miles from his day job at Stanford University where the St. Lawrence String Quartet he co-founded is in residence.
A performance from Music and Beyond’s annual Christmas concert has now received more that one million views since being posted on U.K.'s Classic FM web site and on their Facebook page Dec. 29.
The video features Ottawa mezzo-soprano Wallis Giunta, Montreal violist Marina Thibeault, Ottawa pianist Frédéric Lacroix
Jessica Linnebach last played the Bartók Volin Concerto No. 2, 15 years ago when she was a student at the Manhattan School of Music.
"I played it when I won the concerto competition. That's the last time I played it and the only time." Until this
For the first time in its 30 years on Sussex Drive, the National Gallery will close to begin the process of replacing the glass in the main entrance and the colonnade leading to the Great Hall.
The two-week shutdown will allow scaffolding to be set up