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RECORD KEEPING | The Amici Chamber Ensemble Capture The Spirit Of Canada

By Paul E. Robinson on January 19, 2018

Despite its shortcomings, this new album by Toronto's Amici Chamber Ensemble is an imaginative contribution to the celebration of Canada.
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ON THE RADAR | Why We're Excited About Continuum's Time Travels Light This Week

By Hye Won Cecilia Lee on January 18, 2018

Drawing from the kitchen sink: Morse code, the sounds of insects and animals, a youthful impression of California past, and visceral loneliness in the stark landscape of Iceland. How did we get here? Continuum's Ryan Scott walks us through it.
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THE SCOOP | COC 2018-19 Season Features Big Names And A World Premiere

By Joseph So on January 17, 2018

Well, it’s not happening this year, folks! For whatever reason, we are back to a season announcement via a press release.
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ZERO IN | Charles Richard-Hamelin Finds His Stride

By Hye Won Cecilia Lee on January 17, 2018

Since his major breakthrough at the International Chopin Piano Competition in 2015, we catch up with Charles Richard-Hamelin ahead of his appearance with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra as part of the Mozart @262 Festival.
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ZERO IN | Anna Christy: "All singers hit that wall. You either come back, or you don’t"

By Joseph So on January 16, 2018

Ahead of her role as Gilda in the Canadian Opera Company's Rigoletto, the American soprano Anna Christy shares her thoughts on the fine art of balancing career and family.
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WHOS WHO | Bass-Baritone Giles Tomkins About Singing For Mental Health

By Member on January 16, 2018

Historically music has been powerful in bringing attention to issues needing attention — so why not mental illness?
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ON THE RADAR | How Tafelmusik's Safe Haven Aims At The Heart Of The Refugee Experience

By Hye Won Cecilia Lee on January 15, 2018

Following the success of Alison Mackay’s productions, The Galileo Project and Tales of Two Cities, comes Safe Haven, Mackay's latest multimedia concert program opening this week.
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CRITIC'S PICKS | 8 Concerts You Should Absolutely See This Week (Jan. 15–21)

By Joseph So on January 15, 2018

Classical music and opera events happening in and around Toronto for the week of January 15 to 21.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | You Can Hardly Tell It’s Stravinsky

By Norman Lebrecht on January 13, 2018

Not another Rite! I hear you cry. Indeed not. This immaculate performance by Riccardo Chailly and the Lucerne Festival Orchestra eschews the usual brutality.
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SCRUTINY | Brentano, Upshaw Sound Great In Modern Oldies 

By Arthur Kaptainis on January 12, 2018

Funny how a program made mostly of music written more than a century ago can seem avant-garde.
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