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

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January 2017
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TorontoSt. Lawrence Quartet

Haydn, Berger
St Lawrence String Quartet

TorontoIlya Poletaev

Bach, Enescu, Schumann
Ilya Poletaev, Piano

TorontoEybler Quartet

Vanhal, Haydn, Asplmayr, Beethoven
Eybler Quartet

TorontoPrazak Quartet

Haydn, Bruckner, Dvořák
Pražák Quartet

TorontoPhilharmonia Quartett Berlin

Haydn, Beethoven, Schumann
Philharmonia Quartett Berlin

TorontoMarc-André Hamelin

Haydn, Feinberg, Beethoven, Scriabin, Chopin
Marc-André Hamelin, Piano
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Messiah rings in the festive season in Toronto

English conductor Nicholas McGegan led a responsible reading of Handel's now-classic oratorio, infusing some dramatic and lyrical touches into a largely unruffled evening.
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Toronto Symphony captivates with a fulfilling Mahler 3

Spine-tingling moments in the Toronto Symphony's Mahler Three under Peter Oundjian. 
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The Winter’s Tale, National Ballet of Canada

Wheeldon's Winter's Tale for The National Ballet of Canada is a soaring success.

A slippy Nutcracker

The National Ballet of Canada performs their holiday classic The Nutcracker by James Kudelka. Between crashes, falls and one seriously injury, there are some enchanting elements and noteworthy performances.

NBC, Neuemier's Nijinsky

The National Ballet of Canada presents Neumeier's Nijinsky for the second time in as many years to their loyal Toronto audience at the Four Seasons Center for the Performing Arts.
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Mutter and her Virtuosi dazzle in Toronto, but fail to inspire

Fresh from their performance at Carnegie Hall, Anne-Sophie Mutter and her Mutter Virtuosi arrived in Toronto, playing Roy Thompson Hall to a loud, appreciative crowd.
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