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LISZTS | The Best 'Danny Boy' Renditions (For St Patty's Day)

By Sara Schabas on March 17, 2017

In honour of St Patrick’s Day, here are our picks for the best versions of "O Danny Boy"— (with videos)
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SCRUTINY | Esprit Orchestra Gets Spring Fever At Season Closer

By Arthur Kaptainis on April 3, 2017

“Contemporary pops” is not a concept with much currency, but this is not a bad description of the program the conductor Alex Pauk put together to end the 2016-17 Esprit Orchestra season in Koerner Hall on Sunday night.
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RECORD KEEPING | Christian Thielemann Bruckner Symphony No. 6

By Paul E. Robinson on April 18, 2017

While Thielemann’s results may not be to everyone’s taste, he gets what he wants and what he wants is uncommonly good.
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COFFEE BREAK | Anna Netrebko’s Instagram Tour of Toronto

By Sara Schabas on April 27, 2017

If you happened to be wandering Toronto and stumbled across some flamboyantly dressed people speaking a boisterous Russian, you may have been lucky enough to catch sight of famed opera diva Anna Netrebko.
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SCRUTINY | Red Giselle Dazzles With Epic Storytelling And Superb Dancing

By Joseph So on May 12, 2017

Eifman Ballet’s Red Giselle Toronto remount remains true to itself as an emotionally powerful and deeply engaging experience.
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INTERVIEW | Christos Hatzis: Classical Music Caught In The Crossfire of Conflict

By Jennifer Liu on April 11, 2017

Christos Hatzis sets the record straight about confusion behind his accepting the Juno award on behalf of the team behind Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation.
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CRITIC'S PICKS | 12 Classical Music Shows You Should Absolutely See This Week

By Joseph So on April 24, 2017

Classical music and opera events happening in and around Toronto for the week of April 24 to 30.
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SCRUTINY | The 21C Festival Opens With The Hard Stuff. Handle With Care

By Joshua Denenberg on May 25, 2017

Night one of the RCM’s 21C Festival kicks off with a fascinating program of works performed by the COC Orchestra.
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RECORD KEEPING | Lulu and Girl Crazy Belong To Barbara Hannigan

By Paul E. Robinson on December 30, 2017

Hannigan navigates her way through this contrapuntal labyrinth with total mastery and her musicians play superbly.
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SCRUTINY | Zodiac Trio's Five-Course Recital Leaves Some With Indigestion

By Robin Elliott on November 10, 2017

Zodiac Trio served an eclectic but ultimately forgettable menu of repertoire for clarinet, violin, and piano at the WMCT.
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