Exhibits

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Author: Avery Brzobohaty, TALint Student

Music is power. It has the ability to carefully craft and transmit a subtle nonverbal message subversively such as Giuseppe Verdi’s nostalgic invocation of nation through “va pensiero” in Nabucco. Other times, the message is loud and in your… read more

Category: Exhibits
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Author: Avery Brzobohaty, TALint Student

Ukraine and Canada have a long history together that has impacted the Canadian art music scene. Today we are going to take a look at some of that history.

Want to learn/listen more? Check out the … read more

Category: Exhibits
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Author: Avery Brzobohaty, TALint Student

Downtown Toronto has been much quieter than usual lately. As I walk, the sun warms my face and tiny snowflakes glimmer in the air, transforming the campus into something magical.

For the month of January, we bring you a collection of snowy and… read more

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Author: Rebecca Shaw, Music Archivist

The University of Toronto’s fall convocation is fast approaching on November 18, 2021. Once again this year, due to the pandemic, degrees will be conferred in absentia in a virtual ceremony. 

In celebration of our more than 7,500… read more

Category: Exhibits , Category: Faculty publications
Kathleen Parlow and three unidentified women (photo from the Kathleen Parlow fonds).
Author: James Mason, Technical Services Librarian

Join us at the music library in celebrating wonderful music by Canadian women composers. In our collection, we have music composed by women, books about music written by women, recordings by women, and recordings of music composed by women. This… read more

Category: Exhibits
canadiana suite cover
Author: James Mason

The U of T community has been active in the performing arts since its inception. The LP collection held by the Music Library is a testament to that. Let’s take a look (and listen) to some gems that demonstrate the rich history… read more

Category: Exhibits , Category: Faculty publications