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INTERVIEW | Jonathan Crow, The Face Of Toronto Summer Music

By Joseph So on July 8, 2017

For their new Artistic Director, Toronto Summer Music Festival will put Jonathan Crow's leadership experience and musical ideas to practise.
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INTERVIEW | An Operatic Suffragette to Commemorate Women's Rights Today

By Sara Schabas on June 22, 2017

Opera5's new production serves as a reminder of the women's rights movement, as relevant as ever today.
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Q&A | 43 Questions For Tenor Asitha Tennekoon

By Musical Toronto on June 19, 2017

Tenor Asitha Tennekoon takes on MT's Q&A, including the strangest road he's ever travelled, and the three composers he never wants to hear again.
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CONVERSE | Claire Chase On Pursuing New Ground For Contemporary Music

By Jennifer Liu on June 14, 2017

New music pioneer Claire Chase takes us through her artistic philosophy and future plans, touching upon the help she’s received on her journey, one which cuts across the baseball diamond along the way.
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INTERVIEW | In Conversation With William Shookhoff: The Father Of Indie Opera T.O.

By Sara Schabas on May 25, 2017

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. The story of Opera by Request, one of Toronto's first indie opera companies.
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Q&A | 57 Questions For Soprano Alexandra Smither

By Musical Toronto on May 25, 2017

In our latest episode of the equally feared and loved MT Questionnaire, rising young soprano Alexandra Smither shares her most intimate confessions, such as why she wishes she could whistle, and her affinity for the Hamster Dance.
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INTERVIEW | Zoltán Fejérvári: A Winning Image of Hungarian Classical Music

By Jennifer Liu on May 18, 2017

2017 MIMC first prize winner pianist Zoltán Fejérvári makes a case for Hungary.
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FEATURE | How A Toronto Neighbourhood Inspired A Homegrown La bohème

By Sara Schabas on May 17, 2017

Against The Grain Theatre brings Puccini’s La bohème back to the dive bar.
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INTERVIEW | How Two Toronto Composers Took Netflix’s Green Gables Adaptation Into The 21C

By Dan Moore on May 16, 2017

Toronto composers Amin Bhatia & Ari Posner discuss putting their own musical stamp on the famous “Anne of Green Gables” tale.
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FEATURE | One Last Hurrah At The 2017 Montreal International Music Competition

By Jennifer Liu on May 15, 2017

Jennifer Liu catches up with Measha Brueggergosman, Christiane LeBlanc, James Norcop and the MIMC laureates for some post-competition talking points.
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