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THE REMOTE PODCAST | Conductor Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser On The Cultural Changes Taking Place In Orchestras

By Michael Zarathus-Cook on November 23, 2020

For Episode 6 of The Remote Podcast, Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser — the Barrett Principal Education Conductor & Community Ambassador for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra — talks about how the organization intends to make the most of the $3.85 million donation recently announced. In a wide-ranging conversation, we discuss how this donation enables Daniel to help pursue his vision for the TSO’s community outreach; what he makes of his journey thus far as a black, gay conductor in classical music, as well as the gender-disparity on the podium.

If you’d like to learn more about Daniel — he’s got a very interesting story — do checkout his documentary with the CBC titled ‘Disruptor Conductor’. It is streaming now on CBC Gem.

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THE SCOOP | The DORA Awards Return In Person To Celebrate Toronto’s Performing Arts In September 2022

By Anya Wassenberg on August 11, 2022

The 42nd Annual Dora Mavor Moore Awards ceremony will be held in person at the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre in Toronto on September 19.
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THE SCOOP | Fall for Dance North 2022 Brings New Works At Old Prices

By Anya Wassenberg on August 9, 2022

Fall for Dance North returns to Toronto’s stages in 2022 with dance performances, live music, and a new film series.
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SCRUTINY | Production Values Lift Gould’s Wall Above The Ordinary

By Arthur Kaptainis on August 11, 2022

Tapestry Opera has combined something like psychoanalysis with rock climbing in 'Gould’s Wall' at the Atrium of the Royal Conservatory of Music.
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