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PREVIEW | Voices Of Spring: Joyce DiDonato & Bryn Terfel Visit Koerner Hall

By Joseph So on April 7, 2022

Toronto’s voice fans can rejoice at the exciting offerings coming up at Koerner Hall this spring.
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PREVIEW | Missed The Philip Glass Premiere In Toronto? You’re In Luck

By Michael Vincent on April 7, 2022

If you missed last week’s Philip Glass world premiere at Roy Thomson Hall — we've got a deal for you.
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PREVIEW | Amplified Opera Returns To Live Performance With AMPLIFY 1.0

By Anya Wassenberg on March 15, 2022

Amplified Opera returns to live stage performance with AMPLIFY 1.0 at the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto from March 17 to 20, 2022.
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PREVIEW | The Shoah Songbook Spotlights Music Lost To The Holocaust

By Paula Citron on January 26, 2022

An online concert by the Likht Ensemble offers a program of lost music by Holocaust composers.
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PREVIEW | Met Opera Live In HD Winter/Spring 2022 Returns With Delectable Lineup

By Joseph So on January 4, 2022

This season marks the 15th anniversary of the Met Live in HD Series, with a terrific lineup of opera in store.
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PREVIEW | Warsaw Calling: The 18th International Chopin Piano Competition

By Joseph So on September 21, 2021

The Eighteenth International Chopin Piano Competition, the quinquennial event that was postponed from 2020 due to COVID-19, is set to take place Oct. 2 to 20 in Warsaw, Poland.
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PREVIEW | Robin Dann Wants To Give You Some Quiet Time

By Michael Vincent on August 10, 2021

In an increasingly frantic world that sees busy people recognizing the growing need for moments of calm, quiet time has a gift to offer.
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PREVIEW | Meet Illusionarium Toronto’s New Magical Immersive Exhibit

By Paula Citron on July 28, 2021

A look into Lighthouse Immersive's Illusionarium, the latest epic immersive experience to hit Toronto.
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PREVIEW | The Story Behind Opera Atelier’s Filming Of Handel’s ‘The Resurrection’

By Paula Citron on May 21, 2021

After at least 50 schedule changes and pivoting to a film format, Opera Atelier realized a dream by bringing Handel's 'The Resurrection' to life during the pandemic.
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PREVIEW | The Shoah Songbook: The Search For Jewish Composers Lost In The Holocaust

By Paula Citron on April 3, 2021

The Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company presents the Shoah Songbook, a new series by Likht Ensemble performing rarely performed music by Jewish artists composed during the Holocaust.
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