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RECORD KEEPING | Jiří Bělohlávek: A Posthumous Homecoming

By Paul E. Robinson on July 4, 2017

Jiří Bělohlávek is in his element, conducting iconic music of his homeland. A longstanding TSO guest conductor—until February this year—we take a retrospective look at his artistry.
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RECORD KEEPING | Ashkenazy A Split Musician In Recent Releases

By Paul E. Robinson on August 8, 2017

Two sides to Ashkenazy: how does he fare in his foray into Bach, put head-to-head with his latest Tchaikovsky collaboration with Esther Yoo?
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RECORD KEEPING | Cataloguing Seiji Ozawa's Active Musical Legacy

By Paul E. Robinson on August 15, 2017

Still active at 83 as a conductor, Seiji Ozawa's musical activities are being actively documented and reissued as he goes.
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BREAKING | Sheraton Cadwell Group To Cease Operations Immediately

By Jennifer Liu on August 24, 2017

Sheraton Cadwell Groups is folding immediately, this under the weight of an insensitive internal memo to staff that went viral.
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HOT TAKE | A Look Into The Musical Past Of Governor General Julie Payette

By Michael Vincent on October 3, 2017

Baroque music lovers now have one of their own in Ottawa.
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THE SCOOP | Rocking Horse Winner Dominates 2017 Dora Awards

By Michael Vincent on June 27, 2017

At last night’s 38th annual Dora Mavor Moore Awards at Elgin Theatre, it was Tapestry Operas time to shine with a total of five awards in the Opera Division, including Outstanding Direction to Michael Mori.
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SCRUTINY | Letters From Munich: Don Giovanni

By Joseph So on July 18, 2017

Fresh voices and youthful energy make Gärtnerplatztheater’s Don Giovanni a winner. A look into Munich's second opera company.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | George Martin Release Not Quite Fifth Beatles Level, But Good

By Norman Lebrecht on October 27, 2017

This first album of his orchestral music and film scores, elegantly played by Craig Leon’s Berlin’s Music Ensemble, gives us an opportunity to see what might have been going on behind George’s musical façade.
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REPORT | The 2017 Rubies An Evening to Remember

By Joseph So on November 1, 2017

The Rubies pays tribute to soprano Karina Gauvin, conductor Yves Abel, and stage director Michael Patrick Albano.
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SCRUTINY | Canadian Children's Opera Company’s 50th Birthday Bash Pure Gold

By Joseph So on October 28, 2017

An inspiring evening as the Canadian Children’s Opera Company celebrates a Milestone.
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