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Volume 24 Issue 6 - March 2019

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Something Old, Something New! The Ide(a)s of March are Upon Us! Rob Harris's Rear View Mirror looks forward to a tonal revival; Tafelmusik expands their chronological envelope in two directions, Esprit makes wave after wave; Pax Christi's new oratorio by Barbara Croall catches the attention of our choral and new music columnists; and summer music education is our special focus, right when warm days are once again possible to imagine. All this and more in our March 2019 edition, available in flipthrough here, and on the stands starting Thursday Feb 28.

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Sunday March 24, 2019 8:00pm Concert | 7:15pm Pre-Concert Chat | Koerner Hall Grand Slam! Music by Unsuk Chin | Maki Ishii | Christopher Thornborrow Guest Artists Joseph Johnson, cello | Ryan Scott, percussion ESPRIT ORCHESTRA Alex Pauk, Founding Music Director & Conductor Season Sponsor Concert Sponsors Judy and Wilmot Matthews Program Sponsor Buy Tickets espritorchestra.com Koerner Hall Box Office 416 408 0208 Follow us

2406_MarchCover.indd 1 PRICELESS Vol 24 No 6 2019-02-20 2:35 PM ON OUR COVER Volume 24 No 6 | March 2019 ANA SOKOLOVIĆ SIRÈNES MARCH 2019 CONCERT LISTINGS FEATURES | REVIEWS COVER STORY To Boldly Go – Tafelmusik IN CONVERSATION Norma Beecroft Electronic Pioneer IN WITH THE NEW Alex Pauk’s Esprit Wave after Wave SPECIAL FOCUS Summer Music Education Elisa Citterio PHOTO: CYLLA VON TIEDEMANN FEATURES 7 OPENER | Something in the Water | DAVID PERLMAN 8 ON OUR COVER | To Boldly Go – Tafelmusik | DAVID PERLMAN 12 IN CONVERSATION | Norma Beecroft, Electronic Pioneer | DAVID JAEGER 15 FEATURE | Wave after Wave – Alex Pauk’s Esprit | DAVID PERLMAN Musicians make their instruments alive but not necessarily themselves. It is often a challenge to capture them as the artists they really are. Elisa Citterio seemed to understand that and invited me to photograph the company in unusual spaces, like outside a coffee shop in the Canary District and inside this Cafe Balzac at the Distillery. It loosened everyone up. After seeing the wonderful production of The Leipzig- Damascus Coffee House at Koerner Hall, it all made sense to me. I appreciate her naturalness, elegant simplicity and beauty which I hoped to capture in her portrait. — Cylla von Tiedemann 62 WE ARE ALL MUSIC’S CHILDEN | March’s Child | MJ BUELL 64 FEATURE | Back from Banff – Reflections on a Musical Residency | COLIN STORY 94 REARVIEW MIRROR | Is it Safe to Listen to New Music Again? | ROBERT HARRIS ACD2 2762 Ensemble contemporain de Montréal (ECM+) ACD2 2772 Véronique Lacroix ELLES Schumann | Boulanger | Hensel Clarke | Fuchs | Pidgorna Marina Thibeault Marie-Ève Scarfone AVAILABLE FROM MARCH 8, 2019 64 G R I G O R I A N . C O M

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