Canto: Music in Transition

Canto: Music in Transition

By:
Kevin Leong
Ever think about everything that happens between movements of music? Assuming there are no distractions— we’ve all heard them—what occurs is a meaningful silence.
Canto: We Shall All Be Changed

Canto: We Shall All Be Changed

By:
Amanda Powell
"As we have shifted into new modalities of sharing music and teaching, I’ve been longing to rediscover why exactly I have devoted my life to being an artist."
Canto: The Pursuit of Truth

Canto: The Pursuit of Truth

By:
Jonathan Woody
This installment of Canto appeared in the January 2021 issue of EMAg, the Magazine of Early Music America. We are living in hard times for the idea of truth. We
Canto: The Case for Choir

Canto: The Case for Choir

By:
Amanda Quist
"[During the pandemic] Health and safety concerns are at the forefront of our decision-making, but the solutions we create for this current situation need not create a “new normal.”
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Canto: Relishing Recitativo

By:
Dana Marsh
My favorite part of any rehearsal process begins when the focus is on recitative. For many singers, especially those who concentrate on Baroque music, recitative is a Holy Grail of
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