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SCRUTINY | TO Live The Journey's Simple Formula Packs A Punch

By Paula Citron on February 21, 2021

The Journey is more about a connection between words and ideas, than showy illusions.
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SCRUTINY | Voicebox Opera Takes On The future With ‘La Voix Humaine’

By Paula Citron on February 20, 2021

This is a better late than never review of La Voix Humaine, because attention must be paid.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Ligeti Never Stayed Glum For Long

By Norman Lebrecht on February 19, 2021

Fiendishly difficult to play and irresistibly easy on the ear, British pianist Danny Driver captures Ligeti's mood swings in this new recording.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Some Of The Most Painfully Consequential Music You Will Ever Hear

By Norman Lebrecht on February 12, 2021

The outstanding Offenburgers play a gripping compilation of some of the most richly coloured and painfully consequential music you are ever likely to hear.
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SCRUTINY | Tarragon Theatre’s Premiere ‘Orestes’ Is Part Of A Brave New World

By Paula Citron on February 6, 2021

The greatest take-away from Tarragon’s Orestes is the fact that the company went for broke on creating original digital live online theatre, a risky venture if ever there was.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | If Only Boris And Macon Could Chat Like This

By Norman Lebrecht on February 5, 2021

French violinist Renaud Capuçon is a revelation in this new recording of Elgar.
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SCRUTINY | 2021 Winnipeg New Music Festival Forges Ahead With A Gripping Program

By Holly Harris on February 3, 2021

The Winnipeg New Music Festival fearlessly forged ahead with its 30th annual celebration of contemporary music from January 23 to 29.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Anna Clyne’s ‘Mythologies’ Checks Off All the Boxes

By Norman Lebrecht on January 29, 2021

There is much within Anna Clyne's 'Mythologies' to give instant pleasure or, at the very least, a validation of the continuing relevance of classical form in the third decade of the 21st century.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Noseda’s Shostakovich Is A Reminder Of How Much We Miss Live Orchestral Music

By Norman Lebrecht on January 22, 2021

The LSO Live release gives us what we most crave right now — an experience, or at least a simulacrum — of live orchestral music in all its colours and frailties.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Bavarian Radio Chorus Will Need To Brush Up When Sir Simon Rattle Arrives

By Norman Lebrecht on January 15, 2021

The Bavarian Radio Chorus offers an unexpected, untaxing and altogether enjoyable collection of Elgar choral works.
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