A selection of our articles about classical music in Canada.

Nadia Labrie: A “Flute Passion” for Schubert

Franz Schubert’s passionate, romantic music seems a perfect place for a fresh start – which is exactly what flutist Nadia Labrie is launching with her new album, “Flute Passion: Schubert.”  Some might know her work as half of the duo… Continue Reading →

#TuesdayTunesDay: New Song Roundup

We have another pile of terrific new songs to share that have recently arrived here at GDW HQ, so if you need a pick-me-up today, dive into this collection of awesome new music. The Long War, “Breathe In Breathe Out”… Continue Reading →

Exploring the “Canciones” of Spain: Interview With Adam Cicchillitti

With his debut album, “Canciones,” classical guitarist Adam Cicchillitti explores some delightful territory in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Spanish repertoire.  This terrific project (which officially releases tomorrow) features works by Albéniz, Turina, de Falla, Torroba, Garcia Lorca, and Rodrigo.  Some of… Continue Reading →

2017 Year-End Roundup: Favorite Classical Albums

One of the most delightful discoveries I’ve made this year as I’ve delved deeper into Canadian music has been the wealth of classical talent.  I’ve written elsewhere that my first introduction to the Canadian music scene was via Les Francofolies… Continue Reading →