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BREAKING | Paris Attack: Gunmen Open Fire at Bataclan Concert Hall

By Michael Vincent on November 13, 2015

According to various reports the Paris’ Bataclan Concert Hall was attacked by three men in black clothing, flak jackets and Kalashnikovs.
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PRIMER | The Overcoat Aims To Be Musical Tailoring At Its Finest

By Matthew Timmermans on March 26, 2018

Part theatre, part opera, Tapestry's new adaptation of The Overcoat aims to become a hit all over again.
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Classical Music 101 Video: Anton Kuerti takes us inside the magic of the piano

By John Terauds on February 13, 2012

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Online: Benjamin Britten's War Requiem with Simon Rattle and Berlin Philharmonic

By John Terauds on June 15, 2013

The soloists are wonderful: soprano Emily Magee, tenor John Mark Ainsley and baritone Matthias Goerne.
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THE SCOOP | Art of Time Ensemble Announce 16/17 Season

By Michael Vincent on February 18, 2016

The 2016/17 Art of Time Ensemble season line-up follows upon Artistic Director Andrew Burashko's long-standing ethos of imaginative genre-bending programming full of the unexpected.
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THE SCOOP | Toy Piano Composers Launch Inaugural New Music Festival With The Bicycle Opera Project

By Michael Vincent on February 24, 2016

Toronto-based Toy Piano Composers have announced today their inaugural The Curiosity Festival, which will take place over five days from April 1-9, 2016.
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Canadian army presents latest manifestation of a country's cultural inferiority complex

By John Terauds on June 7, 2013

A news article posted yesterday on Canada.com (operated by Postmedia) quoted Royal Military College professor Randall Wakelam, who “was hopeful that one day a Canadian composer would fashion an official march that could stand as a tribute to the military’s proud history and accomplishments.”
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IN MEMORIAM | The Fixed Explosion That Was Pierre Boulez

By Tyler Versluis on January 6, 2016

Pierre Boulez, composer, conductor, and Europe’s most historically important living contemporary musician, has died at the age of 90.
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If you don't know it's not a Stradivarius, will it still sound as sweet?

By John Terauds on January 3, 2012

I failed the Old Master test, too — and had the benefit of a 50-50 opportunity to get it right, thanks to an enlightening little story on National Public Radio you can catch here.
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BREAKING | Eleanor Stubley's Body Located

By Jennifer Liu on August 14, 2017

The body of McGill University music professor and associate dean of graduate music studies, Eleanor Stubley, was found Sunday evening.
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