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RECORD KEEPING | Rachmaninov's Edgar Allen Poe Inspired Bells Is Deliciously Dark

By Paul E. Robinson on May 3, 2018

To the average concertgoer, Rachmaninov is probably best known for writing lush, romantic melodies and music of great passion; that said, he was also a man with an appreciation for the darker side of life.
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SCRUTINY | Benjamin Grosvenor Comports Himself with Gravitas

By Robin Roger on October 14, 2015

The twenty-three-year-old British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor has been winning competitions and flabbergasting critics and audiences since he was eleven.
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MIMC Spanish Fiesta serves up sweet musical desserts

By Michael Vincent on August 17, 2014

The annual summer Montreal International Music Competition dinner-concert has become a genuine summer hot spot for Quebec’s classical music community.
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SCRUTINY | Kopernikus Heralds Opera In The 21st Century

By Lev Bratishenko on July 10, 2017

Breaking from past settings of Mozart, Joel Ivany and Against the Grain have reconfigured Kopernikus for a new operatic headspace.
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SCRUTINY | Talisker Players Closes Season With Stories Of Star-crossed Lovers

By Robin Roger on May 5, 2016

Thwarted love inspires art and is relieved by beautiful music in Talisker Players' Cross’d by the Stars.
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SCRUTINY | Lara St. John and Matt Herskowitz Give Dazzling WMCT Season Opener

By Joseph So on October 8, 2017

Women’s Musical Club of Toronto opened in grand style on October 5, with a recital given by two virtuosi extraordinaire, violinist Lara St. John and pianist Matt Herskowitz.
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RECORD KEEPING | Why We Can't Stop Listening To Pianist Stewart Goodyear’s Homage To Glenn Gould

By John Terauds on April 5, 2018

"For Glenn Gould" provides his own clear-headed renderings that make as much sense as the original, yet sound only like Goodyear.
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SCRUTINY | Belly Laughs And Drama Charm Together In Toronto Consort’s Helen Of Troy

By John Terauds on May 13, 2017

The Toronto Consort and an excellent cast of guests introduced us to a peculiar operatic take on Helen on Friday night, in the first of three concert performances of Helen of Troy.
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CD review: Oundjian and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra make their debut on Chandos

By Paul E. Robinson on August 22, 2014

Chandos CHSA 5145 (45:20)
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SCRUTINY | Jan Lisiecki is Reborn Again

By Michael Vincent on December 8, 2015

Jan Lisiecki returns to Koerner Hall with a fist full of new repertoire and a whole new sound.
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