After collaborating with Art of Time in THE POEM/THE SONG, Margaret Atwood answered some questions about music and the written word.
We've released a new video from Madeleine Peyroux's first turn with Art of Time. Recorded in Toronto in 2013, this redux of the jazz standard was arranged by Gavin Bryars and features Madeleine at her very best; bold, playful and absolutely enchanting.Watch
Take a backstage look at preparations for What Is Sacred, featuring singer Gregory Hoskins and Artistic Director Andrew Burashko on the thumb piano.
Music by Scott Earle
Greg Hoskins Voice
Benjamin Bowman Violin
Andrew Burashko Kalimba & Piano
Andrew Downing Bass
Get to know composer and musician Robert (Rob) Carli as he chats about how minimalist composers influence his approach to writing pop music, what it's like to arrange The Beatles and why he listens to Hall & Oates.Watch
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...as the new concertmaster of the American Ballet Theatre (ABT) orchestra in New York. ABT brings the world's greatest dancers to the greatest stages around the world and remains committed to maintaining the Company's vast repertoire and bringing the magic of dance theater to over 400,000 people each year. The music director is Ormsby Wilkins.View
Last year, the Banff Centre asked me to create a residency program that would bring together singer songwriters with classical musicians. I proposed an idea that I had experimented with a number of times with Art of Time called Source & Inspiration.Read More
Lou Reed said it right: It's such a perfect day (a sunny Friday, that is) https://t.co/Zu6GFnUji0