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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Hans Werner Henze And The Unwritten 10 Year Law

By Norman Lebrecht on December 3, 2021

Hans Werner Henze's 'The Sea Betrayed' is an immersive acoustic picture in a new recording.
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SCRUTINY | The COC/AtG’s ‘Requiem’ Is A Compelling Mix Of Music, Text, And Visuals

By Paula Citron on November 30, 2021

The inventive COC/Against The Grain co-production of Mozart's 'Requiem' adds a sweeping impact to Mozart's powerful message.
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SCRUTINY | Shaw’s ‘Holiday Inn’ Is A Stellar Musical With Heart

By Paula Citron on November 29, 2021

The Shaw Festival's 'Holiday Inn' is more than just music — it has heart.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Restorative Brahms From One Of The Best Orchestras In America

By Norman Lebrecht on November 26, 2021

Performing a commissioned work from Scottish composer James MacMillan and Brahms' Fourth, the Pittsburgh Symphony proves it can match the best in America.
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SCRUTINY | Newfoundland Music And Culture Take Centre Stage In New Production

By Paula Citron on November 24, 2021

'No Change in the Weather: A Newfoundland Musical' is filled with the wonderful songs of Canada's easternmost province.
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SCRUTINY | Crow’s Theatre’s Mixtape Offers Wit, Wisdom, And The Making Of An Opera Singer

By Paula Citron on November 22, 2021

Zorana Sadiq offers audiences wit and wisdom in Crow's Theatre's 'Mixtape,' the story of an opera singer's journey.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | The 56 Day Recording Project That Kept Renaud Capuçon Going

By Norman Lebrecht on November 19, 2021

During the COVID lockdown, for 56 days, violinist Renaud Capuçon would play each morning with the pianist Guillaume Bellom and post the results online.
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SCRUTINY | The National Ballet Roars Back Onstage With Clever Mixed Program

By Paula Citron on November 16, 2021

It was a raucous crowd at the opera house that greeted the return of in-person performances by the National Ballet after 20 long months.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Searching For The Key To Hindemith

By Norman Lebrecht on November 12, 2021

Two new recordings mine the immense output of composer Paul Hindemith.
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SCRUTINY | The Toronto Symphony Gets The Band Back Together

By Michael Vincent on November 11, 2021

No balloons. No Cake. No Fireworks. But there was a party last night at Roy Thomson Hall as the TSO took the stage.
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