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LISZTS | Ten Composers Who Didn't Quit Their Day Jobs

By Michael Vincent on April 9, 2019

Did you know Vivaldi was a priest, and Holst was a high school teacher? Ten composers who didn't quit their day jobs.
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THE SCOOP | British Conductor To Replace Louis Langrée For Canadian Debut With The Toronto Symphony

By Michael Vincent on April 8, 2019

Twenty-seven-year-old UK conductor Kerem Hasan has replaced Louis Langrée in upcoming concerts with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.
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ZERO IN | The Final Frontier — The Surprising Classical Music Origins Of The Star Trek Theme Song

By Michael Vincent on April 5, 2019

Exploring the connection between the iconic Star Trek theme song and some of history’s greatest classical music composers, including Beethoven, Brahms, and Mahler. 
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THE SCOOP | New Movement Launched To Rebrand “Classical Music” As “Old Popular Music” 

By Michael Vincent on April 1, 2019

Old pop isn’t just the nickname of your cool uncle in Williamsburg, it’s also the name of a new campaign to rebrand classical music in Toronto.
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THE SCOOP | Study Finds Listening To Music Makes Painkillers More Effective

By Michael Vincent on March 30, 2019

A new study suggests music, when combined with ibuprofen, offer a potent combination in the treatment of pain.
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IN MEMORIAM | Toronto Arts Philanthropist Roger D. Moore Dies At 79

By Michael Vincent on March 28, 2019

Toronto’s classical music and opera community remember patron and philanthropist Roger D. Moore.
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THE SCOOP | Pianist Peter Serkin Replaces Murray Perahia In Upcoming Recital At Koerner Hall

By Michael Vincent on March 26, 2019

American pianist Murray Perahia has cancelled his upcoming North American solo recitals due to a sudden medical setback.
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THE SCOOP |  2020 Azrieli Music Prizes Puts Out Call For Submissions

By Michael Vincent on March 25, 2019

The Azrieli Foundation has launched the 2020 Azrieli Music Prize (AMP), and are looking for composers to apply.
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ON THE RADAR | The Little Known Story Behind Toronto's Failed Opera House

By Michael Vincent on March 21, 2019

Opera Place: Toronto's would-be opera house that the Government turned into a condo development.
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THE SCOOP | Roy Thomson Hall Announces Evgeny Kissin And Lang Lang To Perform In Toronto Back-To-Back

By Michael Vincent on March 18, 2019

Announced today, internationally acclaimed pianists Evgeny Kissin and Lang Lang will be performing in Toronto just four days apart at Roy Thomson Hall.
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