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SCRUTINY | TSO Move Mountains With Mahler Symphony Three

By Joseph So on September 29, 2016

With Peter Oundjian in his final year with the TSO, Mahler's Third Symphony just might be his crowning achievement of the season.
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SCRUTINY | Meet The Young Artists Of The COC Ensemble Studio

By Joseph So on September 28, 2016

The COC unwraps the latest crop of young Ensemble Studio artists at the inaugural COC noon-hour concert.
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TRUTH AND MATTER | What Is Worth Singing About?

By William Beauvais on September 28, 2016

If singing sends thoughts into the soul of another person, then the choice of text is vital. Thoughts on the monumental task of setting text to music.
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INTERVIEW | Issachah Savage: Touched By Grace

By Joseph So on September 27, 2016

The young American dramatic tenor Issachah Savage shares his thoughts on music, faith, and life.
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RECORD KEEPING | Remember When? A Look Back At Emil Gilels With A New Archival Release

By Paul E. Robinson on September 26, 2016

It's rough around the edges, but this new Emil Gilels release by Deutsche Grammophon stirs memories well worth revisiting.
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FIVE MINUTES | Falling Between The Cracks With Jason Doell

By Tyler Versluis on September 26, 2016

"As a listener and a composer, I tend to gravitate towards music that falls in the cracks." Jason Doell on the when, how and why of his music.
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CRITIC'S PICKS | Eleven Classical Music Shows You Should Absolutely See This Week

By Joseph So on September 26, 2016

Critic’s Picks for classical music events in Toronto for the Week of Sept. 26 – Oct. 2.
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SCRUTINY | Too Much At The TSO Turns Out To Be Just Fine

By Arthur Kaptainis on September 24, 2016

The TSO delights with an evening that affirmed the calibre of the ensemble, Henning Kraggerud, and the undiminished podium authority of Peter Oundjian.
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WELCOME | Elmer Iseler Singers Has Joined The Growing Musical Toronto Community

By Musical Toronto on September 24, 2016

The Elmer Iseler Singers, conducted by artistic director Lydia Adams for the past 19 years, is a 20-voice professional choral ensemble based in Toronto. Founded by the late Dr Elmer Iseler in 1979, the Singers have built an enviable reputation throughout Canada, the United States and internationally through concerts, broadcasts and recordings — performing repertoire that spans 500 years, with a focus on Canadian composers.
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INTERVIEW | Jamie Barton: The Magnificent Voice Returns To The TSO

By Joseph So on September 23, 2016

MT catches up with mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton for her upcoming performance of Mahler's Symphony 3 with the TSO.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Lang Lang: New York Rhapsody (Sony Classical)

By Norman Lebrecht on September 23, 2016

How New York is this album? About one star’s worth, says Norman Lebrecht.
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SCRUTINY | Tafelmusik Starts Quietly But Finishes Big With Handel's Water Music

By Joseph So on September 23, 2016

Backed by guest director Elisa Citterio, Tafelmusik opens the 2016/17 season with Handel's Water Music.
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