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Volume 27 Issue 1 - September / October 2021

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Blue pages and orange shirts; R. Murray Schafer's complex legacy, stirrings of life on the live concert scene; and the Bookshelf is back. This and much more. Print to follow. Welcome back from endless summer, one and all.

2701_Sept_cover.indd 1 2021-09-16 11:02 AM ON OUR COVER Volume 21 No 1 SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER 2021 IT’S QUESTION TIME Blue pages, orange shirts? R. Murray Schafer’s complex legacy? What makes theatre necessary? Live music: ready or not? Events by date, live and livestreamed Stories & interviews 100 recordings reviewed Listening Room PHOTO: LUCA PERLMAN Volume 27 No 1 | September 15 – November 5, 2021 In the last week of June, as the identification of Indigenous children’s unmarked graves at former residential schools in B.C. and Saskatchewan was making the truth unavoidable, I took an orange shirt and loosely wove it into a piece of trellis in my Kensington Market front yard, facing along the sidewalk. In time for Canada Day. An orange shirt, in tatters but still somehow in one piece, speaking, if only to myself, to my feelings of helplessness, sorrow, paralyzing complicity. A bit later in the summer, I took it down and twisted it into a kind of rope, then wove it back into the trellis, more permanently, the way you see it here. A child came by while I was twisting and weaving the cloth, 16 or 17 years old, maybe, an empty wine bottle in each hand, weaving in a different way. “Do you have a toonie for me?” he asked. “Sorry, no change” I said, automatically, absorbed in making art. — David Perlman SIBELIUS 3 5 FOR OPENERS | Blue Pages and Orange Shirts | DAVID PERLMAN STORIES & INTERVIEWS 7 REMEMBERING | R. Murray Schafer’s Complex Legacy | DAVID PERLMAN 10 MUSIC THEATRE | Necessary Theatre: Calling Out to be Created | JENNIFER PARR 17 14 WORLD VIEW | Small World Music @ 25 | ANDREW TIMAR 17 CLASSICAL AND BEYOND | Take the Plunge Now? | PAUL ENNIS YANNICK NÉZET-SÉGUIN Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal ATMA Classique proudly presents Jean Sibelius' Symphony No. 3 with Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducting the Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal. AVAILABLE ON OCTOBER 1ST, 2021 ACD2 4033 Digital-only G R I G O R I A N . C O M

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