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RECORD KEEPING | R. Murray Schafer: Apocalypsis (Analekta)

By Paul E. Robinson on April 23, 2016

"Schafer has created a sound world that is convincingly primitive from beginning to end." Analekta releases R. Murray Schafer's Apocalypsis, a massive extravaganza comprised of two parts.
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SCRUTINY | French Mezzo Clémentine Margaine A Stunning COC Carmen

By Joseph So on April 22, 2016

"You can’t take your eyes off her." Joseph So reviews the alternate cast of the COC's Carmen with mezzo-soprano Clémentine Margaine.
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IN MEMORIAM | Violinist Pays Tribute to Prince: (1958-2016)

By Musical Toronto on April 22, 2016

Violinist Charles Yang pays tribute to Prince, "The Mozart of the 80's".
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Deutsche Grammophon: The Mono Era, 1948-57 (51 CD Box Set))

By Norman Lebrecht on April 22, 2016

In the age before Herbert von Karajan, Deutsche Grammophon offers a massive box of rarities fascinating in its rigour and frugality.
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THE SCOOP | Afiara Quartet Calls Time-Out

By Michael Vincent on April 20, 2016

The Afiara Quartet announced that they have decided that the time is right for a new direction.
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LISZTS | Top 6 Books About Classical Music

By Michael Vincent on April 19, 2016

Our picks for the top 6 non-fiction books about classical music.
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FEATURE | Opera for All: A Community In Concert

By Robin Roger on April 18, 2016

"We came in on cue, paused precisely during the rests, raised our voices to crescendos". Follow along as MT's Robin Roger learns to sing some of the great opera choruses with Toronto's Opera For All Community Chorus project.
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COFFEE BREAK | Pianist Creates Music Out Of Squeaky Piano Pedal (video)

By Musical Toronto on April 18, 2016

Pianist Fernando Martín-Peñasco Osorio has been struggling with an unnerving squeaky damper pedal. But in a stroke of ingenuity, he figures out how to control the squeak to make music out of it.
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CRITIC'S PICKS | Seven Shows You Should Absolutely See This Week

By Joseph So on April 18, 2016

Musical Toronto | Critic’s Picks for the Week of April 18 to 24.
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FEATURE REVIEW | Letters from Berlin: Der Rosenkavalier (Deutsche Oper)

By Joseph So on April 17, 2016

Third and final installment of the report from Deutsche Oper Richard Strauss-Woche.
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RECORD KEEPING | Honegger & Ibert: L'Aiglon (Live in Montreal, 2015)

By Paul E. Robinson on April 16, 2016

Who knew that two leading 20th-century French composers had collaborated on an opera? Honegger & Ibert: L'Aiglon (Live in Montreal with l'Orchestre symphonique de Montréal)
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WELCOME | Talisker Players Has Joined The Growing Musical Toronto Community

By Musical Toronto on April 16, 2016

Talisker Players presents one of Toronto's most exciting and innovative concert series. It's vocal music, it's chamber music, and it's theatre too, blending words and music in evenings of adventure and discovery.
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