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WHO'S WHO | Amici Chamber Ensemble

By Member on October 16, 2014

Amici Chamber Ensemble has celebrated over twenty-five years as one of Canada’s finest and most distinguished chamber music ensembles.Artistic Directors clarinetist Joaquin Valdepeñas, cellist David Hetherington and pianist Serouj Kradjian invite some of the finest musicians to join them in innovative and eclectic programming, celebrating friendship through music.In Spring of 2009, founding member Patricia Parr (Order of Canada) retired, and the ensemble welcomed pianist, composer and arranger, Serouj Kradjian...
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WHO'S WHO | Three Reasons Why Mooredale Concerts Is Toronto’s Best Bargain For Classical Music

By Member on January 2, 2018

Mooredale Concerts gets us up to speed for 2018 with the Forestare Ensemble, Paul Huang, Helen Huang, David Jalbert, and Wonny Song.
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WELCOME | Mooredale Concerts Has Joined the Growing Musical Toronto Community

By Ludwig Van on August 27, 2015

Mooredale Concerts joins Musical Toronto's Who's Who.
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WHO'S WHO | Tafelmusik’s Sing-Along Messiah By the Numbers

By Member on November 18, 2015

On Sunday December 20, 2015 at 2 PM, Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir hosts its annual Sing-Along Messiah at Massey Hall — a unique Toronto audience-participation phenomenon led by George Frideric Handel himself (aka Ivars Taurins — in character and dressed in full baroque costume).
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WHO'S WHO | Christina Petrowska Quilico

By Member on October 21, 2014

Hailed by the New York Times at 14 for her “promethean talent” after making her orchestral debut along with Murray Perahia, Christina Petrowska Quilico has appeared at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center and Merkin Hall, among others in New York. She has also been soloist with the Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg and Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestras and National Arts Centre Orchestra, as well as with orchestras in Taiwan, Greece and the US. Juilliard-trained, she has premiered 18 piano concertos and recorded well over 150 new works, four earning JUNO nominations. Among her 36 titles are eight piano concertos. She was named one of 20 international “not to miss pianists” of 2014 by the CBC, which also put her CD Glass Houses Revisited on CBC Music’s “TOP 30 best Canadian classical recordings ever”. This CD was also put on two other top 10 lists by the CBC and was one of Centrediscs’ alltime top selling CDs...
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WHO'S WHO | IRCPA Announces Two Recipients of "Career Blueprint" For Opera Singers Chosen By Sondra Radvanovsky

By Member on October 26, 2016

Soprano Natalya Gennadi and mezzo-soprano Marjorie Maltais have been named recipients of a “Career Blueprint”.
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WHO'S WHO | Sinfonia Toronto Opens New Season With 'Virtuosity'

By Member on September 14, 2015

Sinfonia Toronto will open its 17th season with a concert titled "Virtuosity" featuring the extraordinary Canadian pianist Dmitri Levkovich on Saturday, October 24, 8 pm.
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WELCOME | Tafelmusik Has Joined the Growing Musical Toronto Community

By Ludwig Van on August 4, 2015

Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir joins Musical Toronto's Who's Who.
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WHO'S WHO | International Resource Centre for Performing Artists

By Member on November 11, 2014

The International Resource Centre for Performing Artists is a dedicated service organization for Musical Artists. It was incorporated in 1985 to (a) support freelance performers in the music field to make the transition from student to professional and to assist them to reach their goals at various stages in their careers, and (b) To inform and inspire audiences with increased knowledge and appreciation of the development of Canadian musical performing artists.Programs are designed to enable performers to grow in their artistry and gain access to international contacts of the highest standards, in order to be employed at home and abroad.
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WHO'S WHO | Canadian Opera Company Youth Opera Lab

By Member on December 21, 2014

Youth Opera Labs (YOL) are FREE events for teens and young adults ages 16 to 24 that happen five times in the opera season and include: an interactive workshop; a Q&A with an opera professional; an exclusive glimpse of the first rehearsal of cast, crew and orchestra; a pair of free tickets to attend the BMO Financial Group Student Dress Rehearsal of the opera...
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