By: HitskeWed, 04/10/2019
Getting ready for Easter: A time for Passions

The weeks around Good Friday and Easter are a busy period for Baroque ensembles and choirs. Many of the beautiful Passions that were written and composed for this time of the year are performed all over the world. One Easter tradition started at the beginning of the 17th century in Leipzig. Now, it has become a big tradition for classical music fans and enthusiasts. Stingray showcases these beautiful compositions on different platforms and services.

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By: StingrayTue, 03/19/2019
Interview with Jesse Cook | Jazz

We asked 10 questions to Canadian guitarist, composer, and producer:  Jesse Cook!

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By: Rebecca O.Tue, 03/05/2019
Power Women: The Rise of Female Rappers

With her painfully public feuds, love for explicit language, and controversial past, Afro-Latina rapper Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, better known as Cardi B, may not be considered as an ideal role model for young women by the general public. Nevertheless, the 26-year old New Yorker just made history; at the 61st annual Grammy Awards earlier this year, Cardi B won the category “Best Rap Album” for her 2018 release “Invasion of Privacy,” making her the first female solo artist to ever achieve this. Role model or not, Cardi B’s win marks an important milestone in the history and continuous rise of female rap.

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Rap
By: William D.Tue, 03/05/2019
You Know The Score: Oscars Roundup

The dust has settled following the 91st Academy Awards, and as always, the ceremony has provoked heated debate amongst critics and movie fans alike. In this first installment of ‘You Know the Score,’ I look at the nominees for Best Original Score and discuss whether the Academy made the right choice in awarding the Oscar to Ludwig Göransson for Black Panther.

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By: Rebecca O.Thu, 02/21/2019
Thank u, next: Ariana Grande makes history

In 1964, the Beatles broke records as they simultaneously occupied the top three spots of the Billboard Hot 100 with their hit songs “Can’t Buy Me Love,” “Do You Want to Know A Secret?” and “Twist and Shout.” This week, nearly sixty years later, New York-Italian pop singer Ariana Grande has achieved the same accomplishment as three singles from her fifth studio album take the lead among the most popular songs in the world.

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Pop
By: CharlesWed, 01/23/2019
Hubert Lenoir | Programmateur invité | Janvier 2019

Quelle récréation de débuter lannée avec Hubert Lenoir comme artiste du mois de janvier sur notre chaîne vedette Stingray Musique!

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By: SashaMon, 12/03/2018
Lesser Evil | Entrevue

À la veille de la sortie du premier EP éponyme de Lesser Evil le 30 novembre 2018 sous l’étiquette montréalaise Cult Nation, nous nous sommes entretenus avec les 2 membres du groupe pour parler musique et inspiration.

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By: Editorial TeamFri, 11/09/2018
5 Tips To Sing Like Freddie Mercury | Karaoke

Queen’s biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody, made us rediscover this incredible band, and Freddie Mercury’s amazing and unique voice. Here are 5 things you can do to improve your singing skills, and eventually rock Queen’s anthems!

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By: SashaMon, 11/05/2018
Shelmi | Entrevue

« SHELMI est à l’image de sa génération, sacrifiée mais pas perdue. L’insouciance et l’autodérision deviennent des refuges efficaces, musicalement retranscrits par une fraicheur pop, un sens de la punchline, et une bonne dose d’insolence. » 

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By: LucilleFri, 11/02/2018
Le phénomène Hubert Lenoir | Décryptage

Pas une semaine ne passe sans que nous n’entendions parler d’Hubert Lenoir (à défaut d’entendre sa musique). Nous avons tenté de décrypter ce phénomène de la musique francophone qui n’a pas fini de faire parler de lui.

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By: RebeccaThu, 10/25/2018
Amadou et Mariam | Interview

Amadou & Mariam are a musical duo from Bamako, Mali. We had a quick chat with Amadou Bagayoko before the artists' performance in Singapore, on November the 12th.

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