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April 2019
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TorontoMahler Resurrection Symphony

Mahler: Symphony no. 2 in C minor 'Resurrection'
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Juanjo Mena; Joélle Harvey; Marie-Nicole Lemieux; Amadeus Choir; Elmer Iseler Singers

TorontoLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
Paolo Carignani; John Caird; Canadian Opera Company; David Farley; Atalla Ayan; Joshua Guerrero


Verdi: Otello
Johannes Debus; David Alden; Canadian Opera Company; Jon Morrell; Russell Thomas; Gerald Finley

TorontoBeethoven Symphony no. 5

Mozart, Beethoven
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Nicholas Collon; Shai Wosner

TorontoMahler Symphony no. 7

Chan, Franck, Mahler
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Sir Andrew Davis; Louis Lortie

TorontoLortie plays Saint-Saëns

Rossini, Saint-Saëns, Pal, Respighi
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Sir Andrew Davis; Louis Lortie
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Kopernikus: immersive, disorienting, thought-provoking

Bruno Roy © Darryl Block Photography
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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Outstanding singing in COC’s Così fan tutte

Così fan tutte © Michael Cooper
Despite an abundance of incongruous symbols, this Toronto performance was remarkable for its outstanding singing.
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Robert Carsen's Eugene Onegin ages gracefully at COC

Joyce El-Khoury (Tatyana) © Michael Cooper
Robert Carsen's Eugene Onegin was binned by the Met but works wonderfully in its revival by the Canadian Opera Company COC with high class singing and acting from a young, engaging cast.
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Opera Atelier's strengths reinforced with Monteverdi

Krešimir Špicer (Ulysses) and Christopher Enns (Telemaco) © Bruce Zinger | Opera Atelier
Opera Atelier's return to the earliest part of the repertoire with Monteverdi's Il ritorno d'Ulisse in patria showcases their strengths in a relatively restrained production anchored by a strong ensemble cast.
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Crisper, tighter, more relevant: Alden's Rigoletto at the COC

Roland Wood (Rigoletto) © Michael Cooper
Christopher Alden’s production of Verdi’s Rigoletto returned to Toronto tighter, more focussed and with fewer dramatic incongruities. Add to this that every aspect of the music making was top notch and it made for a fine evening at the theatre.
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A rousing Carmina burana in Toronto

Nicola Benedetti © Simon Fowler
A crowd-pleaser is joined by a Szymanowski rarity to close the TSO's season. 
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