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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 | One Man And Two Pianos Unleash Four-Generation Family Saga In Trace

By John Terauds on November 19, 2017

Jeff Ho’s play and performance are well worth catching. Their journey can find some way of resonating with our own presents and pasts — and we get to laugh and cry along the way.
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SCRUTINY | A Night Of Opera Shenanigans With Loose Tea's “Whose Opera Is It Anyway?”

By Matthew Timmermans on December 21, 2017

A Verdi aria sung in the style of Madonna? Don Giovanni serenading about flying cats in space? Loose Tea Music Theatre takes improv opera to a whole new level.
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ARTIST IN FOCUS | 90 Minutes With Joshua Hopkins

By Joseph So on January 18, 2017

Canadian baritone Joshua Hopkins talks candidly about his signature role as Papageno in "The Magic Flute", opening Jan. 19 at the Canadian Opera Company.
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THE SCOOP | Russell Hartenberger Honoured for Musical Legacy

By Jennifer Liu on May 30, 2017

Toronto percussionist Russell Hartenberger is the recipient of the 2017 Leonardo Da Vinci World Award of Arts, awarded by the World Cultural Council.
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LETTER | A Young Canadian Opera Hopeful Says Dreams Do Come True

By Michael Vincent on January 25, 2017

Canadian Tenor William Ford says dreams do come true in a personal letter about his journey from a small rural town in Ontario to the COC's Four Season Centre.
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TORONTO AUDIOPHILE | 8 Essential Classical Albums To Own On Vinyl

By Anthony Kershaw on December 6, 2017

Our picks for audiophile orchestral gems you should have in your vinyl collection. Each is a masterpiece of sound and performance.
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SCRUTINY | Salute To Vienna Rings In 2017 With Musical Bon Bons

By Joseph So on January 3, 2017

Salute To Vienna a felicitous mix of operettas, classical ballet, ballroom dancing, ubiquitous waltzes, all enhanced by a maestro chosen for the gift of the gab as well as being an expert in this light and frothy repertoire, says Joseph So.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Naxos Records Releases Go-To Recording Of Bernstein Symphonies 1 and 2

By Norman Lebrecht on January 27, 2017

Marin Alsop and the Baltimore Symphony revive Bernstein Symphonies 1 and 2 with soloists Jean-Yves Thibaudet and Jennifer Johnson Cano.
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Q&A | 20 Questions For Vivian Fung

By Michael Vincent on January 21, 2017

Canadian composer Vivian Fung answers 20 rapid-fire questions, including which musical instrument she longs to play, and the three things about Toronto that makes her want to live here.
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