Yep, you can see live music for 6.66 cent per concert. That’s $20 (the festival pass) divided by 300 concerts. Can’t beat that.Continue reading
Text/image web log in English.
By the early 1920s, Romanians in Canada were a small community of immigrants that most people had never heard of. That changed in October 1926, when their Queen – a granddaughter of Queen Victoria – visited Canada.Continue reading
If you are a researcher, a curious tourist coming to Baia Mare, or simply interested in the (approximative) 700-year history of the city by the Sasar river, this summary is for you. The archives listed here are in Romanian and Hungarian languages.Continue reading
A four-stop walk on beautiful grounds to prove your love for Canadian music.Continue reading
Twentyfive years have gone but this playlist keeps people moving.
“I wish I didn’t disable the police siren on it”, my friend Zach says.
“See you Tuesday at 10 AM by the cemetery entrance.”
He may be under-represented in today’s local recital programs, but during his life George Enescu was well known and welcomed to Toronto.
Enescu returned four more times to Toronto after his January 1937 debut. Here’s the story.
Classical music lovers rejoice: the famous “George Enescu” festival extends to Canada this September with three world-class events in Toronto and one in Montreal.