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CRITIC'S PICKS | Classical Music Livestreams You Absolutely Need To See This Week (Sept. 14 – 20)

By Joseph So on September 14, 2020

Classical music and opera events streaming on the web for the week of September 14 – 20.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Silvestrov Ought To Be In Every Concert Season

By Norman Lebrecht on September 11, 2020

I often wonder when listening to Silvestrov's music why he is not one of the most performed living composers.
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IN MEMORIAM | National Ballet Of Canada Mourns Dancer Joanne Nisbet

By Michael Vincent on September 10, 2020

Former dancer and Senior Ballet Mistress with the National Ballet of Canada Joanne Nisbet has died.
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FEATURE | Anna Chatterton: An Independent Theatre Artist In A Time Of Plague

By Paula Citron on September 8, 2020

Independent playwright/librettist/actor Anna Chatterton talks about working through the trauma of seeing four years’ work cancelled by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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CRITIC'S PICKS | Classical Music Livestreams You Absolutely Need To See This Week

By Joseph So on September 7, 2020

Classical music and opera events streaming on the web for the week of September 7 – 13.
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THE REMOTE PODCAST | Luke Welch: ‘Life As A Black Classical Pianist”

By Michael Zarathus-Cook on September 4, 2020

Welcome to Episode 1 of the REMOTE podcast! Hosted by Michael Zarathus-Cook, this interview series continues with some of your favourite performing artists from Toronto and beyond.
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Guide | A Musical Reading List For The Labour Day Weekend

By Robin Roger on September 4, 2020

Even for adults, the Labour Day Weekend has a “back to school” feeling, so we include a book about learning in this list in addition to others to offer some consolation for the onset of autumn.
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THE SCOOP | National Ballet Of Canada Announces Virtual Fall Season With Five New Commissions

By Paula Citron on September 4, 2020

The National Ballet of Canada has just announced a virtual fall season for 2020 that includes five new commissions.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | John Williams’ No-Star Wars

By Norman Lebrecht on September 4, 2020

'John Williams in Vienna' is a first — a record that resists categorisation, where one star would be an insult, two stars a gross over-estimation.
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PROFILE | Stephan Moccio: 'Time To Come Back To The Piano'

By Anya Wassenberg on September 3, 2020

Composer, producer and pianist Stephan Moccio talks about his brand new release of solo piano music, 'Tales of Solace'.
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