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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Montreal, QC, Canada

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November 2018
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MontrealSt John Passion

St John Passion
Bach: St John Passion, BWV245
Chœur et Orchestre du Festival Bach Montréal; Julian Prégardien

MontrealJeremy Denk - Goldberg Variations

Jeremy Denk - Goldberg Variations
Bach: Goldberg Variations, BWV988
Jeremy Denk, Piano

MontrealJakub Józef Orliński

Jakub Józef Orliński
Bach, Handel, Schiassi, Vivaldi
Jakub Józef Orliński; Hélène Brunet; L'Harmonie des Saisons

MontrealMino Cinelu - Improvisation sur Bach

Mino Cinelu - Improvisation sur Bach
Mino Cinelu, Percussion

MontrealBach Collegium Japan

Bach Collegium Japan
Bach, Vivaldi, Marcello, Telemann, Handel
Masaaki Suzuki; Bach Collegium Japan

MontrealViola and Piano Recital

Viola and Piano Recital
Bach, Brahms
Nils Mönkemeyer; William Youn
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Tentacle Tribe's Ghost is good, but not great

V. Mackenzie, R. Gay-Labbé, M-R. Kabasha, E. Höglund, M. Jean-Pierre, E. Lê Phan © Alexandre Gilbert
Expectations are a tricky thing. High expectations more so.
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Les Grands taps into the emotional depths of Lady Chatterley's Lover

Raphael Bouchard and Eline Malegue in Lady Chatterley's Lover © Sasha Onyschenko
Les Grands Ballets Canadiens has brought a brand new piece to the stage; a neo-classical adaptation of D.H. Lawrence’s controversial novel, Lady Chatterley’s Lover.
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An evening of stars in Montreal

Myriam Simon and Constantine Allen in 7e Symphonie © Sasha Onyshchenko
It’s the end of the 17/18 season for most ballet companies and for many, this means rounding off with a glitzy gala night. I feel these performances always go in one of two directions: they’re either a Greatest Hits or a bit of a patchwork quilt. 
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Betroffenheit: Pite,Young and the beauty of grief

Pite and Young's Betroffenheit © Wendy D Photography
The German word Betroffenheit doesn’t translate easily to English. Any German-English dictionary will spit out approximations like "shocked" and "dismayed", but for a real translation, see Crystal Pite and Jonathan Young’s challenging, beautiful work by the same name. 
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Robyn Orlin strikes again

Albert Silindokuhle Ibokwe Khoza in Orlin's And so you see... © Robyn Orlin
Labelled a “permanent irritation” in her home country of South Africa, Robyn Orlin takes the epithet as a compliment. She’s the grain of sand that makes a pearl! An imperfect one, but still.
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Experimental minimalism with TAO Dance Theater

6 © Andreas Nilsson
For China’s choreographic rising star, Tao Ye, numbers hold a pivotal significance. He works in numbered series, compiling a neat catalogue of minimalist, experimental dance that can be performed alone or sit buttressed up against each other. 
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