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PRIMER | How An Opera Singer Is Breaking Down The Barricades Around Suicide

By John Terauds on September 10, 2018

In honour of World Suicide Prevention Day on September 15, musicians across Canada are raising awareness with a continuous webcast of concerts inspired by around mental illness.
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SCRUTINY | Toronto Summer Music Festival Wraps Up In A Show Of Intense Music And Audience Love

By John Terauds on August 4, 2018

Heartwarming, but is it deserved? Critic John Terauds wrestles with the dilemma of obligatory standing ovations at the close of the Toronto Summer Music Festival.
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SCRUTINY | A Jumbled Program Prevents Flight At Recital With Angela Cheng And Alvin Chow

By John Terauds on August 1, 2018

Husband and wife piano duo Angela Cheng Alvin Chow presented a muddled program that contributed to a muddled result at the Toronto Summer Music Festival.
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SCRUTINY | Jonathan Crow Offers Powerful, Fiery Tribute To Legendary Violinist Yehudi Menhuhin

By John Terauds on July 31, 2018

Jonathan Crow and Philip Chiu leave a full house clamouring for more in a program celebrating the legacy of legendary 20th-century violinist Yehudi Menuhin.
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SCRUTINY | Toronto Summer Music Festival Presents An Inspired Histoire du Soldat Pairing

By John Terauds on July 20, 2018

Despite Toronto Summer Music Festival's impossible pairing of Appalachian Spring, and L’Histoire du Soldat (The Soldier’s Tale), the result was a satisfying night of music and theatre.
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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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RECORD KEEPING | Why We Can't Stop Listening To Pianist Stewart Goodyear’s Homage To Glenn Gould

By John Terauds on April 5, 2018

"For Glenn Gould" provides his own clear-headed renderings that make as much sense as the original, yet sound only like Goodyear.
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SCRUTINY | Opus 8 Choir Revels In The Bawdier Side Of Song At Heliconian Hall

By John Terauds on February 4, 2018

We all know that the real fun begins after dark. And that’s the effect Toronto’s recently formed Opus 8 choir was looking for in a concert for a packed house at Heliconian Hall on Saturday night.
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SCRUTINY | Toronto Symphony Serves Up Meaty Program With Planets And Two Premieres

By John Terauds on January 26, 2018

The Toronto Symphony Orchestra offers up a rich and muscular program presented with verve this week at Roy Thomson Hall with guest conductor John Storgårds.
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SCRUTINY | Tafelmusik’s Safe Haven Entertains, Informs And Delights With Music, Story And Visuals

By John Terauds on January 19, 2018

Tafelmusik's Safe Haven, is one of their best creations yet, say John Terauds.
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