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Photos: Hip 21st century Toronto coffee house meets J.S. Bach

By John Terauds on May 10, 2013

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Violinist Edwin Huizinga and harpsichordist Philip Fournier did a pop-up concert on Wednesday (the third in a series) of music by J.S. Bach at one of Toronto’s oh-so-hip indie coffee places. The listeners were not classical or baroque diehards, but genuinely curious passersby. Martin Rein deserves thanks for the great photos.

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