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FEATURE | The Story Behind The Sale Of "The Holy Grail Of Glenn Gould Manuscripts"

By Peter Goddard on December 6, 2018

The USD 100,000 paid yesterday for one of the scores Glenn Gould used for his 1981 recording of Bach’s The Goldberg Variations establishes a new benchmark.
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PLAYLIST | A Deep Cuts Classical Listening List For Those Tired Of Christmas Carols

By Hye Won Cecilia Lee on December 6, 2018

Eleven selections for those solitary moments, where one may peer into the heart of the winter, along with its icy beauty.
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GIVEAWAY | Win 2 Tickets To See The Toronto Consort's Annual Christmas Vespers

By Ludwig Van on December 5, 2018

Courtesy of our friends at The Toronto Consort, we are sending you and a friend to see Christmas Vespers at Trinity-St Paul’s. Contest closes Wednesday, Dec. 12, 5 p.m. Enter now!
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THE SCOOP | Police Charge Choir Treasurer With Fraud After $50K Goes Missing

By Michael Vincent on December 4, 2018

The Canadian Orpheus Male Choir has launched an emergency fund drive to help them stay afloat.
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SCRUTINY | Echo Chamber Toronto Transforms The Night

By Stephan Bonfield on December 3, 2018

There is a new and powerful musical voice on Toronto's polymath artistic landscape. Echo Chamber Toronto.
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CRITIC'S PICKS | 12 Concerts You Need To See In Toronto This Week (Dec. 3 – 9)

By Joseph So on December 3, 2018

Classical music and opera events happening in and around Toronto for the week of December 3 – 9.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | New Album Of Works By Julian Anderson Is A Protest Against Mass Culture

By Norman Lebrecht on November 30, 2018

Oliver Knussen brings to life two works by Julian Anderson, an English composer now in his fifties whose reputation has not travelled far and wide — and you can hear why.
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THE SCOOP | Royal Conservatory Lands $1 Million Donation To Support Fellowship Program

By Michael Vincent on November 29, 2018

The Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto announced today that $1 Million will be donated to support the Rebanks Family Fellowship and International Performance Residency Program over the next five years.
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SCRUTINY | U of T Opera Street Scene Marked By Fine Musical Values And Youthful Enthusiasm

By Joseph So on November 28, 2018

U of T Opera’s 2018-19 season opener adds musical polish Kurt Weill’s "Street Scene".
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FEATURE | Why Sad Music Makes Us Feel Good

By Rebecca Anne Clark on November 28, 2018

Why are we so drawn to sad music when we are feeling sad?
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