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The last article in Ludwig van Toronto, "LEBRECHT LISTENS | Hallucinogenic Discoveries From Theodorakis And Christou", is dated 2020-08-07. By 2019, this source had published 435 articles (294 since the beginning of 2020). Over the past 12 months, Ludwig van Toronto has published an average of 38 articles per month.
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'Theodorakis and Christou: Intersection 1955' offers fascinating world premieres, and what Bach might have written in a haze of hashish.
Canada’s largest music prize for composition has announced they will stream this year’s Gala concert from Montréal’s Salle Claude-Champagne on Medici TV, October 22, 2020, at 8:00 p.m. ET.
Toronto’s Opera Atelier have announced two fully staged productions to be live streamed at Koerner Hall this season.
The TSO’s Associate Principal Bassoonist Darren Hicks talks about weaponizing empathy, LEGO, and other observations gleaned during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Leon Fleisher, one of the world's greatest Brahms interpreters, has died aged 92. According to his son Julian, he died of cancer in a Baltimore hospice.
Classical music and opera events streaming on the web for the week of August 3 – 9.
The compositions of Nikolai Kapustin and Alfred Schnittke see a revival via works for cello in this recent recording by German cellist Eckart Runge and the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Here are five titles to occupy the month of August with reading in a musical theme.
Canadian mezzo-soprano Mireille Lebel talks about embracing the uncertainty, and the opportunity to experiment over the last four months of the COVID pandemic.
Ontario’s Elora Festival has just announced a new three-day mini-festival online with some of the biggest names in Canadian classical music between August 6 – 8, 2020.