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SCRUTINY | Dido And Aeneas A Scintillating Start To The Opera Atelier Season

By Joseph So on October 21, 2016

Wallis Giunta shines in Opera Atelier's Dido And Aeneas.
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SCRUTINY | Pavel Kolesnikov Gives Superb WMCT Recital

By Joseph So on May 6, 2016

Honens Laureate Pavel Kolesnikov impresses with a surfeit of musicality and poetic imagination.
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SCRUTINY | Shaw Festival's Namesake Double-Bill A Rare Study Of Minor Shaw

By Paula Citron on July 28, 2018

Two of Shaw's comic plays about marriage and men in a single show is a surprisingly rare treat at a festival that bears his name.
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SCRUTINY | Tanya Tagaq Let Me Count The Ways

By Michael Vincent on March 5, 2017

Opening night of the 13th annual TSO New Creations Festival demonstrates an embarrassment of riches in Canadian contemporary music.
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SCRUTINY | NACO Thinks Big Under Alexander Shelley

By Arthur Kaptainis on April 7, 2016

Ottawa’s National Arts Centre Orchestra visits Toronto for the first time under the baton of its new Music Director, Alexander Shelley.
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RECORD KEEPING | Enjoying Every Minute Of The Dover Quartet

By Paul E. Robinson on December 11, 2016

The Dover Quartet make their recording debut with an all-Mozart album on Cedille Records and it's absolutely stunning.
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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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RECORD KEEPING | NAC Orchestra Encounters Bad Program Notes But Good Music

By Paul E. Robinson on March 1, 2018

"This kind of bafflegab was of no use to me before I heard the piece and after listening to it, I still haven’t the faintest idea what she is talking about."
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CD Review: Ryan Scott and Esprit Orchestra embrace Maki Ishii challenge

By John Terauds on November 21, 2011

Alex Pauk, conductor
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SCRUTINY | Aisslinn Nosky and Tafelmusik Present a Cheeky "Baroque Misbehaving"

By Colin Eatock on April 25, 2015

Perhaps there’s no such thing as an entirely typical Tafelmusik concert – but Thursday night’s program at Trinity-St. Paul’s Church, titled “Baroque Misbehaving,” was especially unusual, for a couple of reasons...
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