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CHECK IN | Is Urbański Still A TSO Maybe?

By Arthur Kaptainis on April 21, 2018

The charismatic conductor Krzysztof Urbański is a credible choice as a possible successor to the throne as Artistic Director at the Toronto Symphony. But with everyone's lips firmly sealed, we ask, is he still a contender?
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FEATURE | 10 Paintings With An Extraordinary Connection To Classical Music

By Hye Won Cecilia Lee on November 15, 2017

Music and visual art remain closely intertwined, sharing that certain ambiguity. Today, we look at ten music-related visual ideas and paintings.
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INTERVIEW | Jamie Barton: The Magnificent Voice Returns To The TSO

By Joseph So on September 23, 2016

MT catches up with mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton for her upcoming performance of Mahler's Symphony 3 with the TSO.
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INTERVIEW | Pay Attention Toronto, Rob Kapilow Is Here To Teach Us How To Listen

By Robin Roger on October 28, 2018

How conductor, composer, commentator and author Rob Kapilow reveals the inner workings of music in a way that anyone can understand.
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FEATURE REVIEW | Letters From Berlin: Die ägyptische Helena and Die Liebe der Danae (Deutsche Oper)

By Joseph So on April 14, 2016

Part two of a report from the Richard Strauss-Woche in the Deutsche Oper by Joseph So.
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ON THE RADAR | The Great Big Messiah List: A Guide For Holidays

By Hye Won Cecilia Lee on November 25, 2017

Yes, Toronto, December is just around the corner and it means Messiah time: cut, uncut, traditional, children’s, a new adaptation — you can take your pick!
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INTERVIEW | Adrianne Pieczonka And The New Singing Stars of Tomorrow

By Joseph So on November 8, 2018

Have you ever wondered what it takes to become an opera star? Soprano Adrianne Pieczonka shows ten aspiring singers how it's done.
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FEATURE | Life's Intercultural Mashup: The Silk Road Project with Yo-Yo Ma

By Michael Vincent on September 14, 2015

It's a song still finding its chorus, but the Silk Road Project seem destined to find it. An interview with the Silk Road Ensemble.
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ON THE RADAR | How Tafelmusik's Safe Haven Aims At The Heart Of The Refugee Experience

By Hye Won Cecilia Lee on January 15, 2018

Following the success of Alison Mackay’s productions, The Galileo Project and Tales of Two Cities, comes Safe Haven, Mackay's latest multimedia concert program opening this week.
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PRIMER | Everything You Need To Know About Koerner Hall's 10th Anniversary Season

By Anya Wassenberg on June 5, 2018

With 102 concerts and events, including 478 Canadian artists, including several First Nations, and representing 27 countries, Koerner Hall’s 10th anniversary season kicks off and ends with mini-festivals, and offers a line-up that can only be called diverse.
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