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SCRUTINY | Peter Sellars' Take On 'Lagrime di San Pietro' A Moving Ode To A Life Lived In Regret

By Stephan Bonfield on February 2, 2020

Under the vision of legendary director Peter Sellars, Los Angeles Master Chorale sang Lasso's Lagrime di San Pietro to perfection.
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SCRUTINY | ‘The Lost Karaoke Tapes’ Takes You Down An Enjoyable Rabbit Hole Of 80s Pop Culture

By Hye Won Cecilia Lee on January 31, 2020

Nicole Lizée’s Karappo Okesutura Vol III: The Lost Karaoke Tapes is a striking mashup of live music and technology, full of emotion and whip smart humour.
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SCRUTINY | Toronto Symphony Orchestra Falls Back On Three Nationalist Favourites With Aziz Shokhakimov

By Stephan Bonfield on January 31, 2020

TSO guest conductor Aziz Shokhakimov and cellist Joseph Johnson wins the audience over with luscious, coherent harmony from Smetana, Dvorák, and Mendelssohn.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Deutsche Grammophon Should Rethink Language For Holocaust Memorial Release

By Norman Lebrecht on January 31, 2020

The appearance in Holocaust Memorial Week of an album of synagogue music on the Deutsche Grammophon label is a milestone of sorts, perhaps a first step towards a reckoning with the German company’s complicated past.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Luigi Cherubini And Beethoven's Shadow

By Norman Lebrecht on January 26, 2020

Cherubini's D major symphony has big gestures and a few half-tunes, but nothing nutritious for the audience mind that Beethoven was awakening.
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SCRUTINY | Toronto Symphony Stop To Smell The Roses For Mozart 40

By Stephan Bonfield on January 23, 2020

All you need to perform Mozart's Symphony No. 40 is 40 players, it turns out.
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SCRUTINY | Superlative Vocalism And Marvelous Conducting Make Barber Revival A Must-See

By Joseph So on January 20, 2020

Maestro Speranza Scappucci conducted a superlative version of Rossini's comedic opera ‘The Barber of Seville’ with an ensemble cast that was without a weak link.
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SCRUTINY | The TSO’s Mozart Requiem Warms the Heart On A Winter’s Night

By Joseph So on January 20, 2020

The TSO put on a fine performance of the iconic Mozart Requiem, albeit hampered by the acoustics of Roy Thomson Hall.
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SCRUTINY | Laurie Anderson’s ‘The Art Of Falling’ Is A Beautiful Note Of Alarm

By Michael Vincent on January 19, 2020

Laurie Anderson's The Art Of Falling shows an artist coming to terms with love, loss, and the world in which we live.
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SCRUTINY | A Journey Reimagined: Philippe Sly And Le Chimera Project In Winterreise

By Joseph So on January 19, 2020

Canadian bass-baritone Philippe Sly and The Chimera Project brought their re-envisioned take on the Schubert classic to RCM’s 21C Festival last evening at Koerner Hall.
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