VIDEO: The New Music Alliance brings classical music to Toronto audiences in modern ways

Getting up close and personal with music, at The Toronto Referance Library's New Music 101

The New Music Alliance showcased two groups that are finding new ways to bridge the gap between contemporary music and modern audiences.

Kyle Brenders from Soundstreams presented his website and an iPad app called Soundmakers, which draws on hundreds of samples of classical music.

Ben Deitschi of Spectrum Music demonstrated an interactive sound installation and live performance called The Interface.

New Music 101 events are ongoing. Visit The New Music Alliance website at for more information.  Toronto Observer’s Peder Myhr reports.




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By: Peder Myhr
Posted: Mar 16 2014 5:35 pm
Filed under: Arts & Life Events