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COFFEE BREAK | Amici Chamber Ensemble's Version Of "Hallelujah" Will Break Your Heart

By Ludwig Van on April 14, 2019

A performance by Amici Chamber Ensemble and Mireille Asselin of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" is too good not to share. 
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Jerusalem Quartet Explores The Lighter Side Of 20th Century Music

By Norman Lebrecht on April 12, 2019

The Jerusalem Quartet and Hila Baggio highlight Jewish humour and self-irony in the songs that were featured in Jewish cabarets in Warsaw in the early 20th century.
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THE SCOOP | Researchers Team Up With Opéra de Montréal To Study Your Brain On Opera

By Anya Wassenberg on April 11, 2019

Researchers in Montreal are studying the brain activity of opera goers to better understand the difference between experiencing opera in person versus the movie theatre.
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SCRUTINY | Kerem Hasan Makes His Toronto Symphony Debut With An Eroica For Our Times

By Stephan Bonfield on April 11, 2019

UK conductor Kerem Hasan makes his short notice Canadian debut at the TSO with Beethoven's epic pathbreaking Symphony No. 3 “Eroica”.
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SCRUTINY | 'Beautiful — The Carole King Musical' Is A Good Time Ride

By Paula Citron on April 11, 2019

Beautiful is the quintessential Broadway jukebox musical lite that is guaranteed to keep you thoroughly entertained.
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Classical Music 101: The Birth And Evolution Of The Modern Orchestra

By John Terauds on April 10, 2019

An evolutionary sketch of how the orchestra came to be, from 16th-century consorts to the modern orchestra we know today.
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LISZTS | Ten Composers Who Didn't Quit Their Day Jobs

By Michael Vincent on April 9, 2019

Did you know Vivaldi was a priest, and Holst was a high school teacher? Ten composers who didn't quit their day jobs.
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SCRUTINY | Toronto Gets A First Hand Account Of Why Mariam Batsashvili Is So Special

By Joseph So on April 8, 2019

Women’s Musical Club of Toronto presented young piano phenom Mariam Batsashvili for her Canadian debut, leaving just about everyone on their feet.
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SCRUTINY | Richard Goode Was Good Beethoven, Most Of The Time

By Arthur Kaptainis on April 8, 2019

The ingredients, Sunday afternoon, were there: Koerner Hall, a big crowd, a program of late Beethoven and an American pianist of high repute, Richard Goode, who had the wherewithal to realize the glories of this special repertory. Most of the time.
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THE SCOOP | British Conductor To Replace Louis Langrée For Canadian Debut With The Toronto Symphony

By Michael Vincent on April 8, 2019

Twenty-seven-year-old UK conductor Kerem Hasan has replaced Louis Langrée in upcoming concerts with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.
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