May 4, 2017
An article by Robert Rowat
Milea`s cinematic compositions for flute and piano breathe new life into Canada`s crossover scene.
These days, classical crossover is not as big a deal in Canada as it seems to be elsewhere: Croatia's 2Cellos, the U.K.'s Clean Bandit and the U.S.'s Piano Guys are the leading proponents of the genre internationally, but apart from the controversy-ridden Tenors, no other standout Canadian crossover acts come immediately to mind.
Toronto pianist Teo Milea is determined to turn things around. His solo act gained traction last year when he reached the finals of CBC Music's Searchlight contest, and now he's got something new in the works.
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