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SCRUTINY | Toronto Symphony Orchestra Closes Classical Season With A Triumphant Beethoven 9th

By Joseph So on June 16, 2022

The 2021-22 season has been a challenging one for performing arts organizations, to put it mildly. With COVID-19 finally loosening its grip on our lives, in-person performances resumed a few months ago, and it’s gathering steam. Now it is mid-June and the classical programming of the TSO is coming to an end.
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SCRUTINY | It’s A Joy To Have Funny, Poignant ‘2 Pianos 4 Hands’ Back On Stage

By Paula Citron on June 16, 2022

'2 Pianos 4 Hands' is a Canadian theatre classic — even if you’ve never had a piano lesson in your life, the show is laugh out loud with a bite.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Erwin Schulhoff’s Violin Sonatas Showcased On Two New Releases

By Norman Lebrecht on June 10, 2022

Eighty years after his cruel death in a Nazi camp, the Czech composer Erwin Schulhoff is having something of a revival this month.
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SCRUTINY | ‘Singulières’ Is A Technical Tour De Force And Coup De Théâtre

By Paula Citron on June 8, 2022

Maxime Beauregard-Martin’s ‘Singulières’ offers live documentary theatre that unfolds before your eyes.
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SCRUTINY | Factory Theatre’s Absurdist Drama ‘Wildfire’ Runs Deep

By Paula Citron on June 2, 2022

Parsa and his forces have created an effervescent and engaging theatrical experience in 'Wildfire'.
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SCRUTINY | Tarragon Theatre’s ‘The Herd’ A Mixed Blessing

By Paula Citron on June 2, 2022

Cree playwright Kenneth T. Williams’ new play The Herd came about when former Tarragon artistic director Richard Rose asked him to write an Indigenous version of Ibsen’s masterpiece, An Enemy of the People.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Reynaldo Hahn Tells Smart Stories For Ten Fingers

By Norman Lebrecht on May 27, 2022

It is a crying shame that Reynaldo Hahn is remembered chiefly as Marcel Proust’s only known lover and not as a creative artist in his own right.
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SCRUTINY | TSO Shines With Moussa Premiere & Garrick Ohlsson In Emperor Concerto

By Arthur Kaptainis on May 26, 2022

The Moussa symphony makes a solid impression, and Garrick Ohlsoon brought his customary polish, in performance with the TSO.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | New Gorecki Album Sheds Light On His Inner World

By Norman Lebrecht on May 20, 2022

Meet the inner Gorecki; he’s really worth knowing.
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SCRUTINY | Evergreen: At 67, Anne Sofie Von Otter Delivers In Toronto Recital

By Joseph So on May 16, 2022

On Sunday afternoon, Toronto classical voice fans heard a recital given by renowned Swedish mezzo-soprano Anne Sofie von Otter.
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