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FEATURE | Azrieli Music Prizes: Meet The Three Winning Composers

By Caroline Rodgers on September 25, 2020

The Gala Concert of the biennial Azrieli Music Prizes will take place on October 22, featuring the Nouvel Ensemble Moderne, which will be performing the world premiere of the three prize-winning works in Montreal at the salle Claude-Champagne.
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SCRUTINY | Second City Delivers The Laughs In ‘Safer, Shorter & Still So Funny’

By Paula Citron on September 25, 2020

A talented and energetic cast bring live theatre back to Toronto with Second City's 'Safer, Shorter & Still So Funny'.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Leó Weiner Ought To Be On Every Conductor’s Encore List

By Norman Lebrecht on September 25, 2020

A poet of timelessness, Hungarian composer Leó Weiner ought to be on every conductor’s encore list.
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FEATURE | How A Little-Known Canadian Organist Became A Radio Sensation During WWII

By Christina Baade on September 24, 2020

Sandy Macpherson played soothing music to help keep people calm during the Second World War.
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THE SCOOP | Sinfonia Toronto To Open Season With Beethoven And Shostakovich

By Michael Vincent on September 23, 2020

With most of Toronto’s arts organisations in a holding pattern, Sinfonia Toronto are moving ahead with a return to the stage on October 25 with a program of Beethoven, Shostakovich, and Toronto-based composer Saman Shahi.
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FEATURE | Glenn Gould: A Musician for Our Times

By Holly Harris on September 21, 2020

Glenn Gould’s closest confidantes talk about their memories, and what lessons we might learn from his life in the post-COVID-19 world.
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CRITIC'S PICKS | Classical Music Livestreams You Absolutely Need To See This Week (Sept. 21 – 27)

By Joseph So on September 21, 2020

Classical music and opera events streaming on the web for the week of September 21 – 27.
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THE REMOTE PODCAST | Stewart Goodyear: "I'm here to stay"

By Michael Zarathus-Cook on September 18, 2020

Episode 2 of the REMOTE podcast: Toronto-based pianist Stewart Goodyear, talks about coping with the pandemic as a performer, the Black Lives Matter Movement as it pertains to the performing arts, and a brief history of his discography as a performer of colour. 
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OPINION | What The Performing Arts Can Learn From The NBA's Bubble Games

By Sarah Bay-Cheng on September 18, 2020

With live concerts in question, the performing arts should look to how the NBA has continued to thrive during the pandemic.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | A Lesson In Getting Along Together

By Norman Lebrecht on September 18, 2020

This new release blends music from the major seaboard cultures — Greek, Italian, Judeo-Spanish and Arab — with arias from Baroque operas that are rooted in the same shores.
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