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TorontoSeong-Jin Cho Returns + The Poem of Ecstasy

López Bellido, Ravel, Scriabin
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Gustavo Gimeno; Seong-Jin Cho

TorontoThe Doo Wop Project

Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Steven Reineke; The Doo Wop Project

TorontoDisney Pixar's Coco in Concert

Giacchino: Film music from Coco
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Steven Reineke

TorontoCopland’s Clarinet Concerto

Wijeratne, Vaughan Williams, Copland, Elgar
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Trevor Wilson; Eric Abramovitz

TorontoJames Ehnes plays Barber

Barber, White Lafitte, Sunabacka, Revueltas, Bernstein
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Gustavo Gimeno; James Ehnes

TorontoBeethoven’s Seventh

Neuwirth, Ligeti, Davies, Beethoven
Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Gustavo Gimeno; Jonathan Crow
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Authentic brutalism opens Toronto Symphony's 101st season

The TSO’s opening concert promises a season of style and ideas, but it’s Gustavo Gimeno’s uncompromisingly raw Rite of Spring that offers the evening's pièce de résistance.
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Puccini's “shabby little shocker” fails to shock in Toronto

Fourth time around Paul Curran’s production of Tosca at the Canadian Opera Company is workmanlike and well sung, but lacks the necessary dramatic edge to be truly memorable.
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Toronto Symphony burns down the barn with Messiaen's Turangalîla

Gustavo Gimeno, Marc-André Hamelin and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra raise the roof with Messiaen’s epic – and eclectic – Turangalîla-Symphonie.
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McVicar's grim and creepy Macbeth impresses at Canadian Opera Company

Sir David McVicar's grim and creepy take on Verdi's Macbeth, backed up by brilliant conducting from Speranza Scappucci and a fine performance of the title role by Quinn Kelsey, is the best thing seen at the COC since lockdown.
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Opera Atelier's long delayed La resurrezione

The young Handel's homage to Counter Reformation Rome, La resurrezione, is effectively brought to life by Opera Atelier with glittering sets and fine, stylish singing.
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Toronto Symphony Orchestra goes bold with Britten and Mazzoli

They may have come out for the Mozart, but it is the boldly programmed Britten and Mazzoli that make this midwinter concert stand out. 
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