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THE SCOOP | Boston Names Torontonian Director Of New Tanglewood Learning Institute

By Anya Wassenberg on July 18, 2018

The Boston Symphony Orchestra has named Toronto's Sue Elliott, as the inaugural director of the Tanglewood Learning Institute.
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SCRUTINY | Masterful, Mesmerising Art Song From Christoph Prégardien And Julius Drake

By John Terauds on July 18, 2018

Christoph Prégardien and Julius Drake partner in a night of songs by Gustav Mahler and Franz Schubert.
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FEATURE | The Toronto Summer Music Festival: A Buzz of Learning Communities

By Robin Roger on July 17, 2018

Following a fantastic opening week of the TSMF, Artistic Director Jonathan Crow chats about the community of highly committed music learners, and equally engaged music teachers at the TSMF Community Academy.
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RECORD KEEPING | OSM Releases Bernstein's A Quiet Place, But Will It Win New Friends?

By Paul E. Robinson on July 15, 2018

Marking Bernstein 100th-anniversary year, the Montréal Symphony's new recording of A Quiet Place is played with care and authority, but its structural problems are difficult to surpass.
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SCRUTINY | Escher String Quartet Offers A Gem Of An Opening Night At TSMF 2018

By Joseph So on July 14, 2018

Stepping in to cover the originally scheduled Borodin Quartet, the Escher String Quartet didn't skip a beat with a Russian program that brimmed with energy.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Steven Osborne's Etudes-Tableaux Shows He's Is Our Kind Of Pianist

By Norman Lebrecht on July 13, 2018

Steven Osborne's latest Rachmaninov: Etudes-tableaux album puts the pathological scrutiny back into these amazing sets of piano sketches.
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PROFILE | The House That Piano Built: The Parkers

By Anya Wassenberg on July 11, 2018

How did one family manage to produce a generation of musicians that have left such a discernible mark on the Canadian classical music community and the world of classical piano?
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SCRUTINY | Robert Lepage's Coriolanus Lives Up To The Hype As Festival Favourite

By Paula Citron on July 9, 2018

Robert Lepage turns one of Shakespeare's late works into a marvellous fusion of theatre and technology with a twist.
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FROM THE ROAD | Munich Opera’s New Parsifal Combines Great Musical Values With Quirky Production

By Joseph So on July 8, 2018

Ludwig Van's opera maven Joseph So reports from the 2018 Munich Opera Festival's production of Wagner's Parsifal, designed by noted German painter Georg Baselitz and directed by Pierre Audi.
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GUIDE | The Ludwig Van Guide To Summer Reading Part 2

By Robin Roger on July 6, 2018

Back by popular demand! Part two of our special on classical music summer reading with a special focus on Lenny Bernstein At 100. 
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