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SCRUTINY | Appearance And Reality Face Off In Mr. Shi And His Lover

By John Terauds on November 16, 2017

Mr. Shi And His Lover is a 75-minute journey that does everything right: moving and entertaining its audience in equal measure.
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SCRUTINY | Toronto Symphony Remembers Afghanistan War With Deeply Moving Tribute

By John Terauds on November 10, 2017

The Toronto Symphony Orchestra’s Remembrance Day concert program is ambitious this year, in design as well as content.
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SCRUTINY | Art of Time Ensemble And Glenn Gould Lead A Dramatic Musical Journey

By John Terauds on November 3, 2017

Two great works, first-rate musicians and an extraordinary host combined for a compelling evening of music in The Art of Time Ensemble’s season-opening concert at the Harbourfront Theatre on Thursday night.
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RECORD KEEPING | Pianist David Jalbert Dances His Way Through The Early 20th Century At The Keyboard

By John Terauds on October 28, 2017

Ottawa-based pianist David Jalbert tackles formidable Russian ballet piano transcriptions in his latest album from Montreal label ATMA Classique.
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SCRUTINY | Toronto Symphony Orchestra Canadian Program Fails To Stir True Patriot Love

By John Terauds on October 22, 2017

TSO's poorly attended all-Canadian program speaks volumes about the low profile of Canadian composers in their own country.
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SCRUTINY | More Of The Same Is A Good Thing With New Tafelmusik Leader Elisa Citterio

By John Terauds on September 22, 2017

Violinist Elisa Citterio’s first concert as music director of the Tafelmusik Orchestra at Koerner Hall on Tuesday night indicated that Toronto’s fans of music performed on period instruments would go home pleased that they are getting more of the same.
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SCRUTINY | Stars Align For Toronto Symphony Season Launch

By John Terauds on September 20, 2017

Peter Oundjian launched his 14th and final season as music director of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra at Roy Thomson Hall on Tuesday night with verve and panache. Fourteen years may be a long time, but he and the orchestra are wearing them very well.
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SCRUTINY | Jonathan Crow Showcases Artistry And Collaboration In Solo Turn

By John Terauds on August 1, 2017

Jonathan Crow wears multiple hats at Toronto Summer Music this year, and John Terauds finds that they all fit him well.
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SCRUTINY | All-Star Musicians No Guarantee Of A Five-Star Concert At Toronto Summer Music Festival

By John Terauds on July 29, 2017

Musical symbiosis is not always easy to achieve. Nikki Chooi and company tried their hand at it last night at Toronto Summer Music.
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SCRUTINY | Rolston String Quartet Delivers Exquisite Justification Of Banff Win

By John Terauds on July 25, 2017

The Rolston String Quartet bring cohesion and luminosity to a programme of evergreen and modern works at Toronto Summer Music.
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