Monthly Archives: April 2018

I Remember: UTS

I’m going through a series of retrospective experiences. Yesterday was Jeremy Dutcher’s concert exploring and re-visiting music from his culture.  Today I heard a Holocaust memorial performance (review still to come). And the whole time as a kind of background … Continue reading

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Jeremy Dutcher at the RBA

I’ve heard Jeremy Dutcher before in collaboration with other artists: As part of the first Electric Messiah in 2015 As part of Toronto Consort’s Kanatha/Canada: First Encounters, a little over a year ago This time we heard him alone. Having … Continue reading

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Mixie and the Halfbreeds

My visit to the eye doctor today reminds me that when all’s said and done I must look at the world through my own lens. I was at the theatre tonight to see Mixie and the Halfbreeds by Julie Tamiko … Continue reading

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Tafelmusik Bach Mass in B Minor

Tonight I heard the first of five performances to be given of JS Bach’s Mass in B Minor by Tafelmusik (four at Jeanne Lamon Hall in Trinity St Paul’s Centre, April 5-8 inclusive, and one more at the George Weston … Continue reading

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From the Diary of Virginia Woolf: Muse 9

Muse 9 Productions is a Multi-disciplinary Music Theatre production company based in Toronto, Canada. Founded by Operatic Stage Director Anna Theodosakis (COC, UofT Opera, MYOpera) and Collaborative Pianist Hyejin Kwon (COC, UofT Opera, Lyric Opera Baltimore), Muse 9 strives to … Continue reading

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