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Keyboard Thursday album review: The exquisite piano miniatures of composer Reynaldo Hahn

By John Terauds on March 21, 2013

Reynaldo Hahn — the Venezuelan-born prodigy-turned-quintessential Parisian salonista — is fondly remembered for his gorgeous art songs. Almost unknown are his solo piano pieces, which are, to put it simply, exquisite songs without words, miniatures to savour like fine truffles.
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SCRUTINY | Generation Next Showcases Wealth Of Canadian Talent

By Joseph So on November 14, 2016

RCM showcases five prodigiously gifted musicians that demonstrate that they’re ready, willing, and able to leave their marks on the musical world.
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Emerson clears the air at Toronto Summer Music Festival opener

By Michael Vincent on July 24, 2014

 
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Album review: Pianist Andras Schiff scales the mountainside of J.S. Bach's Well Tempered Clavier

By John Terauds on September 25, 2012

ANDRAS SCHIFF
J.S. Bach, the Well Tempered Clavier (ECM)
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SCRUTINY | Opera de Montreal's Silent Night

By Lev Bratishenko on May 20, 2015

Opera de Montreal are ending their season with Kevin Puts’s Silent Night, a cinematically efficient opera about the Christmas truce of 1914.
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Opera review: Opera Atelier production of Der Freischütz is strange and compelling

By John Terauds on October 28, 2012

Saturday night’s opening performance was also colourful, dynamic, beautifully sung and engrossing.
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SCRUTINY | Music At Its Most Exalted In Toronto Consort’s Monteverdi Vespers

By John Terauds on May 7, 2016

"This isn’t just a concert; it is an experience" — Toronto Consort close season with an "exalted" Monteverdi Vespers at Jeanne Lamon Hall.
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SCRUTINY | AGO Friday Nights: Music Returns to the Art Gallery of Ontario

By Joseph So on November 10, 2015

For music and visual arts fans, one of the most interesting happenings in Toronto this fall is the initiative by the Art Gallery of Ontario to bring music back to within its confines, by way of AGO Friday Nights.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Ludmila Berlinskaya: Pasternak And Scriabin (Melodiya)

By Norman Lebrecht on April 1, 2016

"If you have even the slightest interest in Russian civilisation, you will need to experience this music without delay."
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Concert review: Tafelmusik Messiah soloists come up a little bit short of exalted standard

By John Terauds on December 19, 2012

There are so many factors that go into a great performance of such an iconic work.
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