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RECORD KEEPING | Charles Richard-Hamelin Confirms His Growing Reputation For Chopin

By Paul E. Robinson on October 23, 2016

With this exciting performance, its well-judged transitions and resounding but perfectly-balanced climaxes, Richard-Hamelin confirms his growing reputation as a Chopin interpreter.
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RECORD KEEPING | New Elgar Release Traces Memories Back To Canada

By Paul E. Robinson on November 15, 2017

As featured on a new recording, we take a look at the Canadian history of Elgar’s The Dream of Gerontius.
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RECORD KEEPING | Daniil Trifonov: The Magic Of Music/Rachmaninov Variations

By Paul E. Robinson on January 1, 2016

Daniil Trifonov burst onto the scene a few seasons back and has quickly become the Superstar du jour. Is he the real thing or just a shooting star whose light will soon fade? Too early to tell. But these two new recordings give ample evidence of who he is now and what he is capable of doing.
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RECORD KEEPING | Lulu and Girl Crazy Belong To Barbara Hannigan

By Paul E. Robinson on December 30, 2017

Hannigan navigates her way through this contrapuntal labyrinth with total mastery and her musicians play superbly.
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RECORD KEEPING | Simon Rattle's French Venture into London Symphony Orchestra Territory

By Paul E. Robinson on August 29, 2017

The conductor gives a taste of his upcoming tenure at the LSO, blending accessibility with imaginative programming and execution.
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RECORD KEEPING | Valerie Milot Provides Fresh Perspective With Orbis

By Paul E. Robinson on July 18, 2016

Valerie Milot's Orbis explores the idea of the loop in a CD full of fresh harp repertoire.
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RECORD KEEPING | Jane Coop Handles Prokofiev With Ease In Re-Issue With The Calgary Phil

By Paul E. Robinson on January 11, 2018

Given the diminished state of the classical recording business today, even the most distinguished artists have a tough time putting out concerto recordings. Jane Coop has done the next best thing in re-issuing recordings by the now-defunct CBC Records.
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RECORD KEEPING | New Toronto Choir Opus 8 Impresses In Multifaceted Debut Album

By John Terauds on March 30, 2017

Toronto's Opus 8 choir breaks through with a debut album featuring a patchwork quilt of eras, moods, and styles.
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RECORD KEEPING | Vivaldi: Les Violons du Roy/Aradia Ensemble/Gli Incogniti

By Paul E. Robinson on March 5, 2016

In honour of Vivaldi's birthday 338th birthday, here are three new CD's well worth your attention: Les Violons du Roy, Aradia Ensemble, and Gli Incogniti.
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RECORD KEEPING | Canada Gets Snubbed In "Music Of The Americas"

By Paul E. Robinson on April 26, 2018

One of these days some record company will issue a CD under the title “Music of the Americas” and actually include some Canadian music.
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