Music Director Kamna Gupta describes her experiences conducting through Zoom, and why she thinks there’s a lot to learn from doing things differently.
A coalition of Canadian companies led by Tapestry Opera and Pacific Opera Victoria, with lead orchestral partner, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, are championing the next generation of conductors and addressing an historic gender imbalance in classical music.
Safe, live performances available in neighbourhoods across Toronto throughout the summer and fall of 2020 TORONTO – Tapestry Opera is driving live music to Toronto’s […]
Tapestry Opera stands in solidarity with Black and Indigenous communities in Toronto and across the globe in the fight for justice.
Flexible digital season includes five Canadian operas in development and a FREE in-person world premiere in summer 2021 TORONTO – Facing the ongoing crisis of COVID-19 […]
By this time, our communities have come to expect the cancelling of live performances due to the severe danger of the current health crisis. The […]
Special virtual concert by Krisztina Szabó and Christopher Foley on March 21 will replace Songbook X performances TORONTO — In light of recent developments concerning […]
Canada’s only professional contemporary opera company enters its ruby anniversary with new commissions, international partnerships and landmark projects.
Tapestry: We’re always interested in how composers joining us at LibLab got started in their careers as composers. When did you first know this might […]
By Yazmeen Kanji Lila Palmer has worked as a historian, a children’s book editor, a singer, a director, a social justice advocate and a librettist. […]