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RECORD KEEPING | New Orford String Quartet: Brahms String Quartets

By John Terauds on February 15, 2016

This music has been compelling fresh ears for nearly a century-and-a-half and, fortunately for anyone fond of Brahms’ compositions, the New Orford Quartet has put together an equally compelling case for their own interpretations.
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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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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Daniel Lozakovich's Got It, Plain And Simple

By Norman Lebrecht on June 15, 2018

He knows what he has to say and he says it entirely in his own way. Meet violinist Daniel Lozakovich.
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RECORD KEEPING | R. Murray Schafer: Apocalypsis (Analekta)

By Paul E. Robinson on April 23, 2016

"Schafer has created a sound world that is convincingly primitive from beginning to end." Analekta releases R. Murray Schafer's Apocalypsis, a massive extravaganza comprised of two parts.
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Rewiew: A powerful, impressive start to Toronto Symphony's New Creations festival

By John Terauds on March 1, 2012

And the most potent display of all came from the conductor: Hungarian composer Peter Eötvös.
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New book by Robert Craft reminds us of Igor Stravinsky's Toronto connections, including Glenn Gould

By John Terauds on May 29, 2013

Someone should have declared today’s 100th anniversary of The Rite of Spring‘s premiere as Igor Stravinsky Day. It’s the perfect excuse for a quick peek into the composer’s Toronto connections (which included Glenn Gould) through a new book by retired conductor and Stravinsky assistant, Robert Craft.
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RECORD KEEPING | An Historic Tchaikovsky Cycle Comes To Light

By Paul E. Robinson on May 9, 2017

Anyone interested in Tchaikovsky, great conducting, and music-making in Russia in the Twentieth Century, will find a lot of pleasure in these six DVDs.
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Book appreciation: Helmut Kallmann as the invaluable backroom boy of Canadian music

By John Terauds on August 7, 2013

The book centres around Kallmann’s lifelong efforts to produce a solid chronicle of Canadian art music history — from creating an inventory of Canadian composers for the CBC after World War II to his invaluable contributions to the Encyclopedia of Music in Canada in the 1990s.
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Album review: Zubin Mehta's rich and satisfying Gurrelieder with Israel Philharmonic

By John Terauds on March 12, 2013

That means we don’t hear this masterpiece nearly enough. So all the more reason to snap up this great recording.
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Album review: Brooklyn Rider violist Nicholas Cords steps confidently to the fore

By John Terauds on March 23, 2013

 
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