Music of My Life

Music of My Life

2 Seasons

Music of My Life is a new online series from The Royal Conservatory of Music where stars of the stage and screen discuss music that inspires them. The series also features breakout performances filmed at The Royal Conservatory’s acclaimed Koerner Hall.

Season One begins April 22, 2021 and guests include Grammy and Emmy award winner Eugene Levy, celebrated pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim, musician and composer Steven Page, star of the stage and screen Cynthia Dale, and Paul Shaffer, musician and David Letterman’s musical director.

Music of My Life
  • Music of My Life: Wynton Marsalis

    Episode 1

    Music of My Life is a new online series from The Royal Conservatory of Music where stars of the stage and screen discuss music that inspires them. The series also features breakout performances filmed at The Royal Conservatory’s acclaimed Koerner Hall.

  • Music of My Life: Mervon Mehta

    Episode 2

    Music of My Life is a new online series from The Royal Conservatory of Music where stars of the stage and screen discuss music that inspires them. The series also features breakout performances filmed at The Royal Conservatory’s acclaimed Koerner Hall.

  • Music of My Life: The Rt. Hon. Adrienne Clarkson

    Episode 3

    Music of My Life is a new online series from The Royal Conservatory of Music where stars of the stage and screen discuss music that inspires them. The series also features breakout performances filmed at The Royal Conservatory’s acclaimed Koerner Hall.

  • Music of My Life: Andrea Martin

    Episode 4

    Music of My Life is a new online series from The Royal Conservatory of Music where stars of the stage and screen discuss music that inspires them. The series also features breakout performances filmed at The Royal Conservatory’s acclaimed Koerner Hall.

  • Music of My Life: Steve Paikin

    Episode 5

    Music of My Life is a new online series from The Royal Conservatory of Music where stars of the stage and screen discuss music that inspires them. The series also features breakout performances filmed at The Royal Conservatory’s acclaimed Koerner Hall.