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WHO'S WHO | Orchestra Toronto Is Hiring An Executive Director

By Musical Toronto on February 21, 2017

Orchestra Toronto has directed a committee of its board of directors to immediately conduct a search for its next Executive Director.
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Q&A | 41 Questions For Owen Pallett

By Musical Toronto on February 21, 2017

Composer, violinist, vocalist, and arranger Owen Pallett answers MT's rapid-fire Q&A with questions ranging from the devilishly serious to the darn right absurd.
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CRITIC'S PICKS | 11 Classical Music Offerings To Consider This Week

By Joseph So on February 20, 2017

Critic’s Picks for classical music and opera events happening in and around Toronto for the week of Feb. 20 – 26.
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SCRUTINY | TSO's Movie Night With Ratatouille Something Meaningful

By Brian Chang on February 19, 2017

TSO's live score to Ratatouille hits the mark for a well-timed family day weekend.
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TORONTO AUDIOPHILE | Two Amps, A Whisky Cask Turntable And The Biggest Speakers You've Ever Seen

By Anthony Kershaw on February 17, 2017

Current news in high end audio, with the latest turntables, amps, and a new cutting-edge original master recording audio format that has audio purists talking.
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FEATURE | It's Time to Talk About the Stigma Surrounding Musicians' Injuries

By Robin Roger on February 17, 2017

A look at performers and the practitioners who treat them, as well as the stigma connected to acknowledging injury in professional performance.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Now We Know Why This Bartók Was Forgotten

By Norman Lebrecht on February 17, 2017

The Berlin-based Notos Quartett's debut recording wins kudos for uncovering an ‘unusual’ set of Bartók works, but ultimately it fails to deliver.
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THE SCOOP | MET Opera Announces 2017/18 Season Full Of Canadians

By Musical Toronto on February 16, 2017

Canadians abound in the Met’s upcoming season, both on stage and behind the scenes, including Gerald Finley, Sondra Radvanovsky, and Yannick Nézet-Séguin.
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SCRUTINY | The Young And The Restless Reign Over The TSO

By Arthur Kaptainis on February 16, 2017

Canadian piano sensation Jan Lisiecki and guest conductor Jakub Hrůšadraw draw poetry from Schumann’s ardent Piano Concerto at Roy Thomson Hall.
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IN MEMORIAM | CBC's Vinyl Cafe Host Stuart McLean Has Died

By Michael Vincent on February 15, 2017

CBC Host of The Vinyl Cafe, Stuart McLean, has died at age 68 after a battle with melanoma.
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