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Preview: It’s off to the country with the Montreal International Music Competition

By Michael Vincent on August 8, 2014

In keeping with tradition, the evening highlights the operatic arts, featuring top-calibre musical artists accompanied by a symphonic orchestra. It will be held at Ferme le Campanile, the private estate of MIMC president and co-founder André Bourbeau, which has proved to be an ideal location.
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PREVIEW | A Songful Program At Toronto Summer Music

By Joseph So on July 12, 2017

Young and old unite in song at the upcoming Toronto Summer Music Festival. Highlights of this year's Art of Song program.
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FEATURE | 25 Seasons Of Jubilation With Toronto’s Singing Out!: The LGBTQ Chorus

By Brian Chang on November 29, 2016

Twenty-five years ago when Singing Out! started, the world was a very different place. The history of an organization like Singing Out! cannot be underestimated — they were welcoming, loving, and proud at a time when it was not always safe to do so.
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ZERO IN | Tafelmusik's Jennifer Nichols On Why It's Important To Get Out Of The Way Of The Music

By Sara Schabas on November 14, 2017

How Jennifer Nichols plans to take Tafelmusik's Haus Musik to a new level without tampering with what makes the music great in the first place.
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PREVIEW | A Rehearsal “Ride Along” With Fauré’s Requiem At The TSO

By Brian Chang on January 30, 2017

Brian Chang offers an inside look at the rehearsal process with The Amadeus Choir, Elmer Iseler Singers, and Toronto Symphony for Fauré's Requiem.
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Preview: Soundstreams to present unique blend of Pareidolia and Passion

By Michael Vincent on April 12, 2014

Cherney had heard of a group of improvising musicians headed by pianist-composer Paul Grabowsky out of Melbourne.  Hopeful that they had what it takes, Cherney invited the Australian Art Orchestra (AAO) to Toronto to present a new Jazz based interpretation of Bach’s St. Matthew Passion.
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ZERO IN | Esprit Orchestra And Soundstreams Celebrate 35 Side-by-side With Claude Vivier

By Hye Won Cecilia Lee on October 14, 2017

Esprit Orchestra and Soundstreams celebrate their 35th season openers at Koerner Hall, side-by-side, resonating in spirituality, pulsing rhythms and exploration of colours.
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Just in: Acclaimed German theatre & opera director Peter Stein to be celebrated at TIFF Bell Lightbox

By Michael Vincent on May 29, 2014

 
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PREVIEW | Professor Bad Trip: A Dive Into Psychedelia and Spectralism

By Tyler Versluis on April 12, 2015

"Professor Bad Trip" – Difficult to perform, difficult to love and impossible to ignore.
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PREVIEW | Pavlo Hunka Spearheads Toronto's Inaugural Ukrainian Art Song Summer Institute

By Joseph So on August 8, 2017

The Ukrainian classical music community unites in Toronto to raise the profile of their motherland's song composers.
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