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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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Michael Zarathus-Cook

Michael is a student at the University of Toronto, a music writer and general arts critic on briband.com He has been published in The Wholenote Magazine, Opera Canada, The Dance Current, Schmopera and more.
Michael Zarathus-Cook

Michael Zarathus-Cook

Michael is a student at the University of Toronto, a music writer and general arts critic on briband.com He has been published in The Wholenote Magazine, Opera Canada, The Dance Current, Schmopera and more.
Michael Zarathus-Cook
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THE SCOOP | Pioneering Musicians Named For New Year’s Appointments To Order Of Canada

By Michael Vincent on December 30, 2020

Governor General Julie Payette has announced 61 Canadians will be honoured with appointments to the Order of Canada this New Year’s.
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CRITIC'S PICKS | Classical And Opera Streams You Absolutely Need To See This Week:  Dec. 28 – Jan. 3

By Joseph So on December 28, 2020

Classical music and opera events streaming on the web for the week of December 28 – January 3.
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THE SCOOP | Frictions Grow Between Met Opera, Met Orchestra And Staff After New Year’s Gala

By Anya Wassenberg on January 1, 2021

The Met Opera's New Year's Eve Gala comes under fire from Met Orchestra musicians who were left out of the event.
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