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...
In any war children are always the first victims and people sponsor refugee children but they don't often get a chance to meet them. In 1992 Rukhsana Khan not only met her Afghan refugee foster child she wrote an internationa...
You are the hero of your own story! Time to turn your life story into the poetic prose of a picture book narrative! Join award-winning author Rukhsana Khan in this unusual look at memoir writing.
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Rukhsana Khan is a professional public speaker and has presented to audiences in Denmark, Italy, Mexico, Singapore, India, South Africa and all over Canada and the U.S. She?s been on T.V. and radio numerous times and has been...
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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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Art historian Suzanne Tevlin considers the innovative work of the great artist during the impressionist period: Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Call 416-394-5270 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.