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THE SCOOP | Toronto Symphony Orchestra Returns To The Stage With Livestream Events

By Michael Vincent on March 26, 2021

The TSO has announced they will be returning to Roy Thomson Hall for a new livestream series starting March 31.
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THE SCOOP | Tafelmusik Reveals An All-Digital Spring Season

By Michael Vincent on March 24, 2021

Tafelmusik has a spring in its step with the announcement of new online events coming to a computer screen near you.
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THE SCOOP | Toronto Theatre Shuts Doors Due To Unsustainable Rent Increases

By Michael Vincent on March 22, 2021

Toronto’s Lower Ossington Theatre (LOT) has announced it’s closing down permanently.
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THE SCOOP | Arts Organizations In Canada’s Largest Cities Call For A Basic Income Guarantee For Artists

By Anya Wassenberg on March 20, 2021

The leaders of arts organizations in Canada’s biggest cities have called on the federal government to institute a Basic Income Guarantee for artists.
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THE SCOOP | Yannick Nézet-Séguin Breaks Silence On Met Opera’s Treatment Of Musicians

By Michael Vincent on March 19, 2021

After nearly a year of silence regarding the Metropolitan Opera’s musicians being furloughed without pay, music director Yannick Nézet-Séguin has officially weighed in.
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THE SCOOP | Summer Music In The Garden’s Tamara Bernstein Announces Retirement

By Michael Vincent on March 18, 2021

Summer Music in the Garden Artistic Director Tamara Bernstein will retire after heading the series for 20 years.
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THE SCOOP | Former Met Opera Conductor James Levine Dies At 77

By Michael Vincent on March 17, 2021

Former Metropolitan Opera conductor James Levine has died at age 77. He passed away on March 9.
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THE SCOOP | Quebec To Re-Open Concert Halls In Late March

By Michael Vincent on March 17, 2021

Quebec Premier François Legault has announced the reopening of concert halls, theatres and movie theatres in red zones.
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REPORT | 84% Of Canadian Orchestras Have Gone Online

By Michael Vincent on March 11, 2021

A new survey released from Orchestras Canada offers some insight into the directions Canada's orchestra are going in and current challenges they are facing.
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THE SCOOP | Montreal Symphony And James Ehnes Lead The Way In 2021 Juno Award Nominations

By Michael Vincent on March 9, 2021

With last year’s Juno awards celebration in Saskatoon cancelled, the 50th annual awards scheduled for Toronto are extra special this year.
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