Music Arts Reviews

My new favourite composer died 308 years ago, and I look forward to hearing fresh music from him soon.
There’s a downside to presenting chronological surveys of the great composers: not all gods are born that way.
Despite a whooping standing ovation, the group declined an encore.
Personally, I’m tempted to say, “This was a wonderful concert” and leave it there.
For a moment, I almost regretted being a heathen.
The sex-crazed title character in Vancouver Opera’s new Don Giovanni clearly doesn’t know a good catch when he has one.
Now if we could only do something about the smog…
From violinist Sarah Chang's fierce performance to a 160-voice choir closing the show, the Lunar New Year–themed celebration was a stirring reflection of Asian culture in Canada.
The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s inaugural New Music Festival was only two days old, but already a tradition had emerged.
By the standards of Loxford, East Suffolk, the fictional town in Albert Herring, very few of us would be virtuous enough to earn the top honour of May Queen.