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CD REVIEW | The Decca Sound: Mono Years 1944–1956

By Paul E. Robinson on July 13, 2015

Decca releases humungous 52 CD box set of mono classics from 1944-1956.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Krystian Zimerman: Schubert 30 Years In The Making

By Norman Lebrecht on November 10, 2017

It is a mark of Krystian Zimerman’s thoughtfulness that the heart of Schubert is revealed layer by layer in a manner that makes you want to listen again and again.
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SCRUTINY | Montreal International Music Competition Opens With Promising Final Round

By Michael Vincent on May 31, 2016

The first three of six hopefuls take the stage for the Finals of the 2016 Montreal International Musical Competition.
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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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THE VOICE | Renée Fleming Turns Gold at Roy Thomson Hall

By Neil Crory on November 7, 2015

A Toronto appearance by Renée Fleming is always a welcome affair. The much admired American soprano is known – not only for her exceptional gifts as a singer – but for her generous spirit and down-to-earth manner both on and off stage.
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Keyboard Thursday album review: Pianist Howard Shelley's promising Mendelssohn survey

By John Terauds on March 7, 2013

There’s the whiff of the lightweight about Mendelssohn and his music. But, in his day nearly 200 years ago, he was hailed as the greatest keyboard and composition prodigy since Mozart.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Naxos Records Releases Go-To Recording Of Bernstein Symphonies 1 and 2

By Norman Lebrecht on January 27, 2017

Marin Alsop and the Baltimore Symphony revive Bernstein Symphonies 1 and 2 with soloists Jean-Yves Thibaudet and Jennifer Johnson Cano.
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Daily album review 10: Alexandre Tharaud's arresting Roaring Twenties party in Paris

By John Terauds on November 25, 2012

Symphony soloists show off but the tiniest facet of who they are. French pianist Alexandre Tharaud’s Haydn concerto for the TSO this weekend may sparkle, but it barely cracks open the door on this remarkable artist whose latest album is a fantastic and fantastical headfirst dive into Parisian nightlife of the 1920s.
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SCRUTINY | Martinů And Hindemith: GGS Opera Explores Two Challenging Rarities

By Joseph So on November 5, 2018

Students stretch their artistic muscles in the Glenn Gould School's production of two Surrealist/Dadaist opera rarities, The Tears of the Knife (Bohuslav Martinů) and Back and Forth (Paul Hindemith).
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FEATURE REVIEW | Letters From Berlin: Die ägyptische Helena and Die Liebe der Danae (Deutsche Oper)

By Joseph So on April 14, 2016

Part two of a report from the Richard Strauss-Woche in the Deutsche Oper by Joseph So.
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