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CRITIC'S PICKS | 10 Concerts You Absolutely Need To See In Toronto This Week (November 11 — 17)

By Joseph So on November 11, 2019

Classical music and opera events happening in and around Toronto for the week of Nov. 11 — 17.
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SCRUTINY | Sir Andrew Davis And The TSO Offer Rare Treat In Massenet’s Thaïs

By Stephan Bonfield on November 8, 2019

The TSO, under the baton of Sir Andrew Davis, the Toronto Mendselssohn Choir, and a talented cast of singers, treat Toronto to a lively, nuanced performance in the nineteenth-century French grand opera tradition.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Andreas Scholl’s Twilight People Is Pure Pleasure

By Norman Lebrecht on November 8, 2019

This album is pure pleasure, so much so that I feel guilty sharing it because the label suits will wake up and put him back in a catalogue box.
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SCRUTINY | The National Ballet’s Giselle Is An Absolute Triumph

By Paula Citron on November 7, 2019

There was magic in the air on opening night of the National Ballet’s Giselle, with remarkable dancing and acting that brought the classic Romantic era ballet to life.
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PREVIEW | Cree And Sami Culture Meet In Operatic Form In Soundstreams’ Two Odysseys

By Hye Won Cecilia Lee on November 6, 2019

Soundstreams explores Indigenous opera by bringing together Cree opera Pimooteewin and Gállábártnit, a new work in Sámi, in Two Odysseys.
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SCRUTINY | Diva Hibla Gerzmava Makes A Grand Entrance In Toronto Solo Recital Debut

By Joseph So on November 5, 2019

Abkhasian-Russian soprano Hibla Gerzmava returns to Toronto to wow audiences with an evening of vocalism by one of the most beautiful voices in front of the public today and a stage presence that’s larger than life.
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INTERVIEW | Violinist Ray Chen Talks About Repertoire, Violins, And His Rock Star Reputation

By Hye Won Cecilia Lee on November 4, 2019

Australian violinist Ray Chen talks about his approach to classical music, his favourite instruments, and repertoire in advance of his Toronto concert with pianist Julio Elizalde.
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CRITIC'S PICKS | 12 Concerts You Absolutely Need To See In Toronto (Nov. 4 – 10)

By Joseph So on November 4, 2019

Classical music and opera events happening in and around Toronto for the week of November 4 to 10.
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FEATURE | Elgin And Winter Garden Theatres Are An Enduring Testament To Toronto’s Entertainment History

By Anya Wassenberg on November 2, 2019

Toronto’s Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre are the last surviving double-decker theatres of the Edwardian era still in operation in the world.
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SCRUTINY | Daniel MacIvor And Daniel Brooks Return With Intelligent, Challenging ‘Let’s Run Away’

By Paula Citron on November 2, 2019

Canadian theatre legends Daniel MacIvor and Daniel Brooks latest collaboration is intriguing, subversive, provocative and unsettling.
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