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SCRUTINY | Toronto Symphony Stop To Smell The Roses For Mozart 40

By Stephan Bonfield on January 23, 2020

All you need to perform Mozart's Symphony No. 40 is 40 players, it turns out.
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SCRUTINY | Lucas Debargue Dazzles Sold-Out Audience In His Canadian Recital Debut

By Stephan Bonfield on January 18, 2020

French pianist Lucas Debargue thrilled the Koerner Hall audience with his unique interpretations and intriguing musical personality.
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SCRUTINY | An Absorbing Performance Of Choral Gems By The Tallis Scholars

By Stephan Bonfield on December 9, 2019

The Tallis Scholars impressed a sold-out crowd with an afternoon performance of choral gems at Koerner Hall.
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SCRUTINY | Jonathan Crow Leads TSO In Golden Performance Of Four Seasons And Appalachian Spring

By Stephan Bonfield on November 18, 2019

Jonathan Crow and the TSO charmed the audience with refined interpretations of Braden, Copland and Vivaldi’s beloved Four Seasons.
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SCRUTINY | Another Triumph For The TSO As Sir Andrew Davis Conducts Russian Masters

By Stephan Bonfield on November 14, 2019

Sir Andrew Davis at his interpretive best, and powerful performances from violin soloist Karen Gomyo and the TSO, create a memorable night of Russian masters and a Canadian composer’s premiere.
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SCRUTINY | Sir Andrew Davis And The TSO Offer Rare Treat In Massenet’s Thaïs

By Stephan Bonfield on November 8, 2019

The TSO, under the baton of Sir Andrew Davis, the Toronto Mendselssohn Choir, and a talented cast of singers, treat Toronto to a lively, nuanced performance in the nineteenth-century French grand opera tradition.
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SCRUTINY | Russian Pianist Denis Matsuev Dazzles In Impressive Program Of Liszt And Tchaikovsky

By Stephan Bonfield on October 18, 2019

Matsuev knew when to take his time and when to dazzle with speed in this impressive return to the Toronto stage for the renowned Russian virtuoso.
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SCRUTINY | Against The Grain's La Bohème Returns Better Than Ever As An Opera About The Poor

By Stephan Bonfield on October 12, 2019

Other opera companies had better start taking notes. Against The Grain's La Bohème redefines opera for a new generation.
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SCRUTINY | An Auspicious Start As New Musical Director Gustavo Gimeno Takes Over The TSO Podium

By Stephan Bonfield on October 10, 2019

Gustavo Gimeno brings his strong sense of rhythmic, pulsative musicality, along with a supple freedom to his new role as the TSO’s musical director in an interesting and even provocative evening of music.
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IN MEMORIAM | Jessye Norman, International Opera Icon, Dead At 74

By Stephan Bonfield on September 30, 2019

It is with great sadness that we report on the death of the great American soprano Jessye Norman, September 30, 2019.
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