Culture, Arts & Entertainment
The conductor's role has shifted over the centuries, from timekeeper to interpreter, yet it remains one of the most misunderstood aspects of music-making. What happens when the composer is on the podium? And what makes a grea...
From once-rare live performances to now ubiquitous electronic recordings, the public experience of music has changed greatly. Kerry Stratton explains how a love of music and a bit of time will enhance musical enjoyment and u...
In recordings and some live performances, Kerry Stratton, Toronto Concert Orchestra conductor and host of Classical 96.3 FM's "Conductor?s Choice," presents a series on the art and love of music....
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The Impressionists openedd the floodgates of artistic innovation and experimentation, and things haven't been the same since. In today's lecture art historian Suzanne Tevlin will consider the work of Pierre-Auguste Renoir wi...
Aviation Historian Keith Hyde will discuss how aircraft at the start of WW1, where used primary to observe troop movements and for aerial reconnaissance. Both sides flew fragile biplanes, lacking realible engines and any form...
Interested in quilting or learning how to quilt? Join "The Chatelaines Quilt Club" every Tuesday evening to make a Victorian crazy quilt. No experience needed. All Quilts are worked on together and DONATED to Charitable orga...
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