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Scarborough Philharmonic Orchestra, Ronald Royer, conductor. Bringing great music to the Beaches & Scarborough for 39 years. Downtown Sound. Uptown.
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The Music Gala Jan 22
Johannes ' First piano concerto in D minor premieres in Hannover (1859).
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Pax Christi Chorale Jan 21
We will be singing in the Ojibwe Odawa language on March 31. Some things should not be missed! Miziwe…(Everywhere…) March 31, 2019 3pm Koerner Hall Tickets:
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Nuit Blanche Toronto Jan 21
ICYMI: There are two more Info Sessions for artists this week. Attend & learn about the submission process & funding options for Open Call & Independent Projects. Civic Centre: Jan 22 & Metro Hall: Jan 24. For more details visit ➡️
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The Strad Jan 21
Now here's some dedication to a cause: a city told to keep quiet for the sake of the Strads
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Scarborough Philharmonic Jan 19
Our next concert. Winds of the Scarborough Philharmonic. Serenades and Stories. Dvorak and more. St. Dunstan of Canterbury Anglican Church. Free Parking. Saturday, February 9, 2019, 8:00 p.m. Downtown Sound. Uptown.
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Meridian CU Jan 21
As part of our commitment to communities, we’re thrilled to announce that the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts and the Toronto Centre of the Arts will respectively become Meridian Hall and Meridian Arts Centre on Sept. 15. Learn more:
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Kara Huber Jan 19
Classical music grew faster than any other genre in 2018
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Orchestras Canada Jan 19
Today we met with music directors of Ontario’s smaller budget orchestras to discuss good governance, fund development and how equity and diversity manifest in their communities. A lot to get through in just a few hours!
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Scarborough Philharmonic Jan 20
Check out The Winds of the Scarborough Philharmonic Orchestra in action!
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Scarborough Philharmonic Jan 20
Check out The Winds of the Scarborough Philharmonic Orchestra in action!
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Fort York Jan 20
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New York Times Arts Jan 18
For her Carnegie Hall debut, the rising soprano Sabine Devieilhe offered an evening of delicate, nuanced French art songs. Our review:
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Berlin Philharmonic Jan 16
Monumental musical power, enjoy more from 'Also sprach Zarathustra' here » !
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Scarborough Philharmonic Jan 19
Our next concert. Winds of the Scarborough Philharmonic. Serenades and Stories. Dvorak and more. St. Dunstan of Canterbury Anglican Church. Free Parking. Saturday, February 9, 2019, 8:00 p.m. Downtown Sound. Uptown.
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Mark Pullinger Jan 16
Ready to don hat, coat and scarf for another Winterreise this evening: Christian Gerhaher and Gerold Huber
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Scarborough Philharmonic Jan 12
Our next concert. Winds of the Scarborough Philharmonic. Serenades and Stories. Dvorak and more. St. Dunstan of Canterbury Anglican Church. Free Parking. Saturday, February 9, 2019 Downtown Sound. Uptown.
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Scarborough Philharmonic Dec 3
Our next concert features the Winds of the Scarborough Philharmonic performing at the beautiful St. Dunstan of Canterbury Anglican Church in the Highland Creek/Centennial Community of Scarborough. Ticket includes free parking. Watch for details. Downtown Sound. Uptown.
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Oxford Academic Jan 16
“in the night, imagining some fear, How easy is a bush supposed a bear!" - William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream
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Oxford Music Jan 15
What kind of impact did opera have on cinema? The Opera Quarterly examines the 1911 production of Aida to find out
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Graham Kenyon Jan 15
Home and relaxing as tea cooks. I most frequently play Janine Jansen’s & this recording of Brahms’ Violin Concerto, both are excellent. This has a particularly good recording of 3 Clara Schumann Romances by
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