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The Glamour and Glow of Miro Quartet’s Schubert at Music Toronto reviewed by Stanley Fefferman

November 21, 2013. ¬†Jane Mallett Theatre, Toronto. The Miro Quartet played an all-Schubert program at Music Toronto last night to promote their newest recording for Longhorn Music,¬†Schubert Interrupted. The program consisted of works Schubert wrote during transitional times in his … Continue reading

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Thomas Dausgaard Rules in Toronto with Mahler’s Sixth reviewed by Stanley Fefferman

January 24, 2013. Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto. Visiting conductor Thomas Dausgaard, marched the Toronto Symphony, enlarged to the size of a small army, through the tragedy and triumph of Mahler’s 80-minute epic. As a prelude to his elegantly programmed performance, … Continue reading

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Yuri Bashmets’ Moscow Soloists and Mischa Maisky reviewed by Stanley Fefferman

May 3, 2012. Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto. Show One Productions presented The Moscow Soloists Chamber Orchestra with their founder, Yuri Bashmet, as conductor and viola soloist. Bashmet conducts with bare hands, frequently raising them open, palms up, and in towards … Continue reading

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St. Lawrence Quartet @ Music Toronto reviewed by Stanley Fefferman

Thursday, December 1, 2011. Jane Mallett Theatre, Toronto. This is a newsworthy concert. The foremost item is the first Toronto performance of a new work, Kohelet, by Argentinian composer Osvaldo Golijov, the second quartet that he has written specifically for … Continue reading

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