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THE SCOOP | Bryan Cheng Wins 2017 Michael Measures Prize

By Jennifer Liu on July 11, 2017

The 2017 Michael Measures Prize has been awarded to Bryan Cheng, a cellist from Ottawa.
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RECORD KEEPING | In The Thick of Viennese Romanticism

By Paul E. Robinson on July 11, 2017

A heritage of Viennese splendour, captured by Bychkov and the Vienna Philharmonic.
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BANFF | 29 Questions For Jim Olver

By Jennifer Liu on July 10, 2017

For visitors to Banff Centre, Jim Olver has been the welcoming face of the institution for the past 34 years. He gives readers a taste of campus life in our Banff Centre series.
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BANFF | Scrutiny: Kopernikus Heralds Opera In The 21st Century

By Lev Bratishenko on July 10, 2017

Breaking from past settings of Mozart, Joel Ivany and Against the Grain have reconfigured Kopernikus for a new operatic headspace.
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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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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Casting Gloom In A Different Light

By Norman Lebrecht on July 7, 2017

Cellist Christian Poltéra sheds light on two gloomy concertos.
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TORONTO AUDIOPHILE 6 | Toronto's Best Stores For High-End Audio

By Anthony Kershaw on July 5, 2017

High-end audio isn't just for highbrow society. Anthony Kershaw takes us through Toronto's speciality stores that cater to all audiophiles.
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CLASSICAL 101 | A Guide To Classical Music Slang

By Michael Vincent on July 4, 2017

Thanks to Musical Toronto, you'll have lots of talking points the next time you mingle with the classical music crowd, young and old!
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RECORD KEEPING | Jiří Bělohlávek: A Posthumous Homecoming

By Paul E. Robinson on July 4, 2017

Jiří Bělohlávek is in his element, conducting iconic music of his homeland. A longstanding TSO guest conductor—until February this year—we take a retrospective look at his artistry.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | For Paul Ben-Haim, Timing Was Everything

By Norman Lebrecht on June 30, 2017

At no point in either of these works does it feel Paul Ben-Haim is going on too long — and of how many composers can that be said?
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