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Concert review: Yuja Wang a pianistic hummingbird in company of Toronto Symphony

By John Terauds on June 12, 2013

There is a hummingbird-like quality to Wang’s playing: Her fingers move so quickly and work so very hard as she darts through whatever she performs with a clear sense of purpose and destination.
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SCRUTINY | Peter Oundjian Gives A Sterling "Thank You" To Toronto

By Robin Elliott on June 22, 2018

Peter Oundjian says farewell after 14-years at the head of the Toronto Symphony with a free concert featuring Mahler’s Ninth Symphony.
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Concert review: Philippe Sly and Julius Drake recital a lesson for Toronto Summer Music in how art song should sound

By John Terauds on July 23, 2013

Drake managed to prove every point he had made earlier in the afternoon with a wonderfully poised and evocative concert with Sly, where each art song became a small, impeccably realised dramatic scene.
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SCRUTINY | New World, New Venue, New Community

By Robin Roger on July 19, 2015

Toronto Summer Music Academy takes over the AGO for an all Dvorak program.
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SCRUTINY | Exploring the Wonders of the Harp

By Robin Elliott on October 16, 2015

Women’s Musical Club of Toronto opens 118th season with Ottawa-based harpist Caroline Léonardelli, together with the Afiara String Quartet and the double bass player Joseph Phillips.
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CONCERT REVIEW | Hélène Grimaud Fights Off The Bends at Koerner Hall

By Michael Vincent on April 20, 2015

Pianist Hélène Grimaud at Koerner Hall, April 19, 2015. “Music expresses the motion of the waters, the play of curves described by changing breezes.”
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Tonight: Actor Graham Abbey sees spring of Henry V in Vivaldi's Four Seasons

By John Terauds on April 17, 2012

Talisker tries to mix words and music in all of its concerts, but this is a rarer instance where there are specific links where one directly influences the other.
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SCRUTINY | Choral Splendor Marks TMC’s The Creation at Koerner Hall

By Joseph So on April 29, 2016

Toronto Mendelssohn Choir celebrates spring with Haydn's The Creation at Koerner Hall.
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Issues: Is it alright to kick back and laugh a little at a classical concert?

By John Terauds on February 16, 2013

“For the highbrow [it was a noun back then], should not be confused with the true music-lover, broadminded in tastes and outlook alike. On the contrary, he is a self-opinionated, disgruntled individual who adopts a patronisingly possessive attitude towards music, musicians, and the public that might be considered amusing were it not so often definitely harmful.”
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Breaking news: CBC classical music gender equality article sparks outrage from VSO's Bramwell Tovey

By Michael Vincent on March 23, 2014

 
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