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Scarborough Philharmonic
Scarborough Philharmonic Orchestra, Ronald Royer, conductor. Bringing great music to the Beaches & Scarborough for 39 years. Downtown Sound. Uptown.
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"Sentries atop the Scarborough Bluffs experienced the thrill of dread when they sighted the American ships. To alert the town and the York garrison of the approaching American invaders, the signal gun boomed out a warning of war across farm and field."
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Toronto Historic Sites 20h
Open up a world of imagination & exploration! Visit Toronto History Museums during Museum Month.
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"Sentries atop the Scarborough Bluffs experienced the thrill of dread when they sighted the American ships. To alert the town and the York garrison of the approaching American invaders, the signal gun boomed out a warning of war across farm and field."
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John Tory 22h
Today marks the beginning of Royal Week in the City of Toronto. It is a week to recognize and celebrate Canada’s royal heritage and acknowledges the importance of the monarch within Canada’s history. Read my proclamation here:
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Berliner Philharmoniker 19h
’s Symphony No. 6 with Kirill Continue watching for with our new playlist »
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LA Phil May 18
“I was shaking a little bit.” LA Phil Principal Violist, Teng Li, describes her incredible experience playing Beethoven’s viola as part of the BTHVN on Tour exhibition.
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Oxford Music May 18
"Wagner’s extensive use of leitmotifs, in which musical phrases represent people, places, and even emotions, is appropriated here in so that people, places, and great houses all have their own musical material." | via
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Musique Baroque Avi May 19
Dans une semaine Eugénie de Mey, , Julien Lahaye et Pierre Hamon dans 'L'on dit qu'Amors est dolce choise" au Petit Palais à Avignon dimanche 26 mai à 18h30!
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Orchestre de Chambre de Toulouse May 18
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Composers Edition May 17
on Monday 20 May, hosts their first Classical Night ever, presenting violinist . The programme includes ’s 'The Bluegirls Have All Gone Away' for violin with pedal delay, proudly published by .
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Canada Council May 16
On that same note, our staff are thrilled to be attending this week and sharing information about . A big thanks also to the Canadian artists proudly representing Canadian classical music abroad.
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helen warlow May 14
Three topiary cyclists in a flower bed in St James’s Park to celebrate the Tour de France’s opening stage in London...photograph by MykReeve.
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helen warlow May 14
Now for a few Victorian/ Pre Raphaelite paintings. Firstly this lovely one by Arthur Hughes (1832-1915 ...I love the devotion of her dog and the blue and white tiles in the fireplace # beautiful.
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helen warlow May 18
Something to display on your utilitarian steam punky shelf. It has a globe over it so it won’t attract dust. I like this and would have it in our home...
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Classic FM May 18
Three hours of the smoothest sounds await on Classic FM as you wind down for the evening, it's on . (📷)
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Musical Notation is Beautiful May 18
Many of my followers in Europe are watching Eurovision as I write this! But did you know that the Eurovision 'theme' comes from the beginning of the 'Te Deum' by French Baroque composer Marc-Antoine Charpentier?
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Julie Nesrallah May 18
Happy Saturday! I’m not fully caffeinated yet so that’s all I got for now.
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Scarborough Philharmonic May 18
First recorded by the Everly Brothers in July 1960.
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Interlude May 14
Chances are, you've never seen a performance of this piece:
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Erik Kwakkel May 14
Monk-dude with cool glasses gazing at the world around him while his fellow monks sing songs - manuscript datable to 1325-1350, which makes this an early depiction of spectacles (Besançon, BM, 140).
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