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THE SCOOP | Tafelmusik Announces 2014/15 Season Budget Surplus

By Michael Vincent on October 27, 2015

During the Annual General Meeting on October 26, Tafelmusik has announced an operating surplus of nearly $120,000.
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American Dover Quartet sweeps 11th Banff International String Quartet Competition

By John Terauds on September 1, 2013

The buzz from the audience, made up of a large percentage of repeat visitors to this triennial competition, was that this had been one of the musically most impressive competitions in recent memory. And the finalists didn’t disappoint.
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Video: Benjamin Grosvenor aces negleced Benjamin Britten piano concerto

By John Terauds on February 7, 2012

Although he won’t turn 20 for another few months and is still officially a student, Grosvenor is already a spectacular pianist.
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THE SCOOP | Woman Assaulted At The Toronto Symphony

By Michael Vincent on June 22, 2017

A patron at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra was assaulted during a performance of Carmina Burana.
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Concert review: 'Spectacular' doesn't begin to describe pianist Yuja Wang's Koerner Hall recital

By John Terauds on October 27, 2013

“Spectacular” suggests something like metaphorical flashing rhinestones and strobe lights. But the 26-year-old sensation’s playing, while expressive, had a sobre edge.
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THE SCOOP | COC 2018-19 Season Features Big Names And A World Premiere

By Joseph So on January 17, 2018

Well, it’s not happening this year, folks! For whatever reason, we are back to a season announcement via a press release.
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Sir Andrew Davis to become principal conductor of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

By John Terauds on May 18, 2012

Sir Andrew Davis, who cut his artistic teeth as music director of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra from 1974 to 1988, has made clear his preference for this world, the next world or Australia, by accepting the job of principal conductor of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
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Video: Two minutes of Verdi Requiem drama from the principal cello's point-of-view

By John Terauds on March 26, 2013

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Yes, it is possible to make a great classical music video that doesn't dumb down the art

By John Terauds on March 10, 2013

I’ve been feeling depressed about the state of art song in Toronto recently, and this has given me hope for the form as well as the eventual recovery of the lost hour of rest:
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Sunday listening: The symphonic poetry of 20th century French composer Charles Koechlin

By John Terauds on July 14, 2013

Bastille Day is a fine excuse to spend a moment with underappreciated French composer Charles Koechlin (1867-1950), who is benefiting from some very fine new recordings, including an album by Toronto violist Steven Dann.
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