About Brain Change

Brian Change is a social enterprise focused on critical education and community organizing. Operating at the diverse intersection of music, journalism, and adult education, Brain Change provides performing arts, writing, and training to disrupt systems, establish new norms, and vitalize social justice. A playful reclamation, Brain Change is named after the commonly misspelled name of its founder, Brian Chang.

Musical Journalism

Brian Chang has been involved with choral music as a singer, administrator, and conductor for over a decade. In 2015 he started writing for the Wholenote Magazine as its resident Choral Scene columnist; providing news and insight on choral music to a 30,000-print circulation. In 2016 he became a regular contributor with Ludwig Van Toronto, formerly Musical Toronto. Capable of writing blog-style quick reads, in-depth interviews, editorials, and features, Brian's work always seeks to illuminate the reader with new angles, authoritative voice, and a creative edge. 

*Ludwig van Toronto is a member of the National Newsmedia Council   

FEATURE | How a Tragic Fire Brought A Toronto Community Together Through Music

March 07, 2019

In the midst of a catastrophic fire and water weak, kids who live in Toronto's St James Town neighbourhood have had a musical home called "Reaching Out Through Music". This is their story.

PRIMER | The Orpheus Choir Of Toronto Know How To Celebrate International Women’s Day

March 05, 2019

The Orpheus Choir of Toronto has taken the theme of International Women’s Day wholeheartedly and channelled it into four brand new compositions by female composers with words from female authors.

Giving Life to an Odawa Oratorio

March 01, 2019

On March 31, Pax Christi Chorale premieres Barbara Croall’s Ojibwe Odawa oratorio, Miziwe…(Everywhere…).As far as the creative team knows, this is the first time that the choral tradition of oratorio and the language of Ojibwe Odawa will have been united, as Pax Christi, under artistic director David Bowser, bring to life to the stories, musical evocations and spirit that Barbara Croall embodies in her new oratorio...