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COFFEE BREAK | Anna Netrebko’s Instagram Tour of Toronto

By Sara Schabas on April 27, 2017

If you happened to be wandering Toronto and stumbled across some flamboyantly dressed people speaking a boisterous Russian, you may have been lucky enough to catch sight of famed opera diva Anna Netrebko.
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FEATURE | Haus Musik: The Bar Is Open

By Nicholas Godsoe on April 26, 2017

Haus Musik packs a wealth of potential for Toronto’s hometown early music ensemble.
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SCRUTINY | Trio Magnifico A Virtual Love-In

By Joseph So on April 26, 2017

Trio Magnifico marks one of the most exciting events of the concert season, and certainly one of the most memorable, ever.
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THE SCOOP | Vancouver Symphony Orchestra Hires New Concertmaster

By Michael Vincent on April 25, 2017

The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra has named British-born violinist as its new concertmaster.
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SCRUTINY | Opera Atelier's Medea One Of The Best Operas Of The Season

By Stephan Bonfield on April 25, 2017

Opera Atelier's Media is the product of astonishing creative imagination and nothing less than a masterful artistic synthesis.
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RECORD KEEPING | Looking For Grigory Sokolov

By Paul E. Robinson on April 25, 2017

This week we review the much-anticipated new documentary/album release about the reclusive and mysterious Russian pianist Grigory Sokolov.
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SCRUTINY | Götz Friedrich Ring Goes Out In A Blaze of Glory With Götterdämmerung

By Joseph So on April 24, 2017

All good things must come to an end, as they say. Just before 2200 hours last Monday at the Deutsche Oper, the last notes of the Immolation Scene from the resplendent orchestra faded into thin air.
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SCRUTINY | Louis Riel Holds Its Own

By Arthur Kaptainis on April 24, 2017

While some observers have looked warily on this 50-year-old collaboration of two white guys, the perspective is favourable to the cause of human rights and critical of the establishment.
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CRITIC'S PICKS | 12 Classical Music Shows You Should Absolutely See This Week

By Joseph So on April 24, 2017

Classical music and opera events happening in and around Toronto for the week of April 24 to 30.
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SCRUTINY | Stefan Vinke Scores A Triumph As The Young Siegfried In Berlin

By Joseph So on April 22, 2017

Not a Siegfried for the ages, but the outstanding performance by Stefan Vinke lifted it out of the ordinary.
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