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FIVE MINUTES | On The Enigmatic Music Of Linda Catlin Smith

By Tyler Versluis on July 29, 2016

Minimal without being minimalist, avant-garde without the garde, Linda Catlin Smith's music frequently works with the simplest of musical materials.
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FIVE MINUTES | Adam Scime On The Creative Process

By Tyler Versluis on July 25, 2016

Talking to Adam Scime reveals a mind heavily concerned with harmonising artistic integrity and discipline in the creative process.
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FIVE MINUTES | With Kevin Lau: "And I know when I’m there"

By Tyler Versluis on July 19, 2016

This week, we spend five minutes with composer Kevin Lau.
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FIVE MINUTES | On Reaching Beyond With Rose Bolton

By Tyler Versluis on July 15, 2016

With this series, we push some of Toronto’s best composers to the centre stage and pry into their creative practice. This week, we meet Rose Bolton.
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FIVE MINUTES | With Toronto Composers: An Introduction

By Tyler Versluis on July 14, 2016

Five Minutes is a new weekly series that seeks to pry into Toronto’s best composers' creative practice.
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PROFILE | Orchestral Obsessions: In Conversation With Matthias Pintscher

By Tyler Versluis on April 26, 2016

Matthias Pintscher redefines the ego-driven approach to conducting and composition that has notoriously, and maybe unfairly, defined 20th-century classical music making.
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SCRUTINY | Esprit Orchestra Break Down Barriers With La Création Du Monde

By Tyler Versluis on April 6, 2016

Esprit Orchestra branches out with the Elmer Iseler Singers in La Création Du Monde.
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PREVIEW | "Ballets Are The Operas Of The Dance World" – Angela Blumberg's Creation

By Tyler Versluis on March 15, 2016

Dance and ballet have been a recent focus in Toronto’s classical music scene, including the upcoming "Creation" by choreographer and dancer Angela Blumberg.
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SCRUTINY | Bow to String, Air to Breath At Koerner Hall

By Tyler Versluis on January 27, 2016

Enter Esprit Orchestra on January 24th in Koerner Hall, where a varied programme of music in by Samuel Andreyev, Daníel Bjarnason, Alexina Louie and R. Murray Schafer demonstrated how wide and multi-faceted these creative executions have become in 2016.
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IN MEMORIAM | The Fixed Explosion That Was Pierre Boulez

By Tyler Versluis on January 6, 2016

Pierre Boulez, composer, conductor, and Europe’s most historically important living contemporary musician, has died at the age of 90.
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