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  • Terry Rusling was a Canadian composer of electronic music. He also worked as an engineer for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC).
  • In this second recording dedicated to the songs of celebrated Canadian composer Derek Holman, Canadian Art Song Project has partnered with the Aldeburgh Connection to highlight works that emerged from relationships nurtured for decades between Holman and pianists Stephen Ralls and Bruce Ubukata and tenor Colin Ainsworth.
  • 14 works by Canadian-Bulgarian composer Blago Simeonov, written between 1960-1980
  • You Haven’t Been takes on a beautiful and captivating tone. Introspective, full of hope and despair, the music looks at this storytelling pianist’s own struggles with mental health. By getting these feelings out into the world, they are given a life all their own. You leave the experience changed.
  • The Current Agenda – electro-chamber album on social justice issues. Never one to back away from what moves him, Frank Horvat is set to release his second social justice album on events and issues that have touched him greatly and that continue to affect the world we live in.
  • Me to We

    Me to We – neo-romantic chamber album on love and longing. An utterly emotional exploration of the potency of love. Contemporary yet romantic. With the sweeping violin of Edwin Huizinga, a minimalist piano and the most heartfelt of flute’s. This album takes you on the journey from me to we.
  • Love in 6 Stages, a work where minimalism meets art song and where the two milieus collide in the visceral physicality and psychology of love. – WholeNote Magazine
  • Srul Irving Glick's (1934 – 2002) musical depictions of Jewish life in his Suites Hébraïques are particularly vivid examples of his chamber music. Glick wrote for many other genres, including art song, choral and symphonic music, but these six suites contain much of his very finest work.