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SCRUTINY | Russian Pianist Denis Matsuev Dazzles In Impressive Program Of Liszt And Tchaikovsky

By Stephan Bonfield on October 18, 2019

Matsuev knew when to take his time and when to dazzle with speed in this impressive return to the Toronto stage for the renowned Russian virtuoso.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Two New Beethoven Recordings, But Only One Gets It Right

By Norman Lebrecht on October 18, 2019

In a year full of Beethoven, these workshop scrapings exert a haunting fascination. Vetter’s the one to try.
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SCRUTINY | Fantasy Meets Fabulous Vocalism In A Winning COC Rusalka

By Joseph So on October 14, 2019

Sondra Radvanovsky, an impeccable orchestra, and fanciful staging make COC's Rusalka a not-to-be-missed highlight of the opera season.
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SCRUTINY | Amplified Opera's 'The Queen In Me' Offers Woke Resistance

By Hye Won Cecilia Lee on October 14, 2019

In this hour-long musical monologue, Amplified Opera presents a mixed bag of opera ladies.
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SCRUTINY | The Flick Highlights The Mundane, In A Good Way

By Paula Citron on October 13, 2019

What makes The Flick so remarkable is that over three hours, nothing really much happens. This is all about the small moments.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | The Shostakovich You've Been Waiting For Is Here, And It's Breathtaking

By Norman Lebrecht on October 11, 2019

Rarely has music so accurately reflected a moment in history, projecting and preserving it for all time. Indispensable? That might be an understatement.
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SCRUTINY | An Auspicious Start As New Musical Director Gustavo Gimeno Takes Over The TSO Podium

By Stephan Bonfield on October 10, 2019

Gustavo Gimeno brings his strong sense of rhythmic, pulsative musicality, along with a supple freedom to his new role as the TSO’s musical director in an interesting and even provocative evening of music.
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SCRUTINY | An Operatic “Art of the Song” COC Debut for Soprano Marjorie Owens

By Joseph So on October 6, 2019

Lieder and art songs are great, but there’s nothing quite like a recital with all the operatic “big guns” sung by a big voice like soprano Marjorie Owens.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Johannes Moser And Alisdair Beatson Capture Mendelssohn Siblings’ Nuances To Perfection

By Norman Lebrecht on October 4, 2019

Johannes Moser and Alisdair Beatson offer a rare opportunity to hear both Mendelssohn siblings in one superb recording.
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SCRUTINY | Beethoven’s ‘Ghost Trio’ Highlights Intriguing Mixed Program By Montreal’s Trio Fibonacci In Toronto Return

By Robin Elliott on October 4, 2019

Montreal’s Trio Fibonacci earned a standing ovation in an afternoon concert with a mixed program of Beethoven, Rachmaninoff, Arbós, McKinley, and Brasset hosted by the Women’s Musical Club of Toronto
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