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SCRUTINY | WMCT Doubleheader Combines Terrific Season Sneak Peek And Virtuosic Diotima Quartet

By Joseph So on February 28, 2020

The WMCT rewarded those who braved the elements for their 2020-21 season announcement with the virtuosic playing of the Diotima Quartet.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Has Anyone Seen Edvard Grieg Lately?

By Norman Lebrecht on February 28, 2020

Attractive conversation pieces, lyrical and atmospheric, but nothing too serious or mentally taxing in this recording of three sonatas for violin and piano by Edvard Grieg.
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SCRUTINY | Dance Becomes Music With Echo Chamber Toronto

By Stephan Bonfield on February 24, 2020

Echo Chamber Toronto makes a convincing argument for combining contemporary dance and chamber music in Zingara at the Enoch Turner Schoolhouse.
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SCRUTINY | The Toronto Symphony Doesn't Disappoint With Big Bad Bruckner

By Stephan Bonfield on February 23, 2020

TSO's majestic account of late German Romantic music, in spite of an uncooperative acoustic, wins us over.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Whatever Became Of The Great American Symphony?

By Norman Lebrecht on February 21, 2020

Whatever became of the Great American Symphony? Aspects of America: Pulitzer Edition on the Pentatone label keeps the tradition alive.
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SCRUTINY | Emotional Power And Bravura Performance In Tapestry Opera’s Jacqueline

By Joseph So on February 20, 2020

American soprano Marnie Breckenridge and cellist Matt Haimovitz offer a moving musical portrait of cellist Jacqueline du Pré in Tapestry Opera's 'Jacqueline'.
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SCRUTINY | Carly Street Is Mesmerizing In TheatreSix’s ‘Grounded’

By Paula Citron on February 17, 2020

Carly Street riveting performance, coupled with the play’s provocative subject matter, makes for a heady experience in TheatreSix 'Grounded'.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Yannick Nézet-Séguin’s Mahler 8 Doesn't Go Far Enough

By Norman Lebrecht on February 14, 2020

Mahler's 8th carries a gigantic size and cost that make performances a rarity and good performances a dream. But even under the masterful baton of Yannick Nézet-Séguin, this isn't the one we were hoping for.
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SCRUTINY | Hamilton Hits Toronto (Finally) And Lives Up To The Buzz

By Paula Citron on February 13, 2020

While it does have a few minor issues, there is no denying Hamilton has earned the praise as one of the most honoured musicals in history.
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SCRUTINY | Toronto Dance Theatre’s House Mix Is A Tour De Force

By Paula Citron on February 12, 2020

In summary, House Mix is a monumental tour de force of dance, TDT’s final presentation at the Fleck Dance Theatre under the artistic directorship of Christopher House who is stepping down in August.
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