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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Toronto, ON, Canada

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TorontoSaint-Saëns Organ Symphony

Mendelssohn, Moussa, Dvořák, Saint-Saëns
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Gemma New; Kerson Leong; Jean-Willy Kunz

TorontoBronfman Plays Beethoven

Volpini, Ligeti, Wagner, Haydn, Chin, Beethoven
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Gustavo Gimeno; Yefim Bronfman

TorontoYuja Wang + Gimeno Conducts Bruckner

Sit, Lindberg, Bruckner
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Gustavo Gimeno; Yuja Wang

TorontoOundjian Conducts The Planets

Rossini, Mendelssohn, Coleridge-Taylor, Holst
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Peter Oundjian; Eric Abramovitz; Miles Jaques; Toronto Children's Chorus

TorontoOundjian Conducts Mozart’s Jupiter

Rossini, Mendelssohn, Coleridge-Taylor, Mozart
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Peter Oundjian; Eric Abramovitz; Miles Jaques

TorontoCelebrate 100: A Gala Celebration with Yo-Yo Ma

Morawetz, Bernstein, Dvořák
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Gustavo Gimeno; Yo-Yo Ma
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COC’s Magic Flute returns as a well sung whimsical comedy

The COC’s revival of The Magic Flute is mostly played for laughs and makes an enjoyable, if undemanding, evening.
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COC returns to live performance with beautifully sung Traviata

Young Egyptian-New Zealand soprano Amina Edris makes a great impression in a revival of Arin Arbus’ strong 2015 production.
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COC's visually arresting Hänsel und Gretel brimming with ideas

Leaving unresolved loose ends aside and viewed from a child’s perspective, Joel Ivany’s new Hänsel und Gretel at the Canadian Opera Company it’s a fun night at the opera.
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Classic Robert Wilson: Turandot opens Canadian Opera Company season

Director Robert Wilson and conductor Carlo Rizzi combine effectively to create a visually striking and musically memorable Turandot that emphasizes the hieratic and the mythical with a notable absence of unnecessary histrionics.

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A briskly conducted Bohème revived in Toronto

The COC's revival production of Puccini's La bohème is an enjoyable trip to the opera but it won't blow your socks off.
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Kopernikus: immersive, disorienting, thought-provoking

Against the Grain's production of Vivier's Kopernikus is an immersive and thought provoking realisation of the composer's late Opera – rituel de mort. It's music theatre of a rare intensity, brilliantly executed. 
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