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Volume 22 Issue 1 - September 2016

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  • September
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Music lover's TIFF (our fifth annual guide to the Toronto International Film Festival); Aix Marks the Spot (how Brexit could impact on operatic co-production); The Unstoppable Howard Cable (an affectionate memoir of a late chapter in the life of of a great Canadian arranger; Kensington Jazz Story (the newest kid on the festival block flexes its muscles). These stories and much more as we say a lingering goodbye to summer and turn to the task, for the 22nd season, of covering the live and recorded music that make Southern Ontario tick.


LIVE EMOTION FESTIVE SEASON OPENERS! Handel Water Music Directed by Elisa Citterio Celebrate the launch of our new season with this perennial favourite, composed in 1717 for a royal party on the River Thames. Also featuring J.S. Bach’s Orchestral Suite no. 4. Sept 22–25 at Koerner Hall, (416) 408-0208 Sept 27 at George Weston Recital Hall 1 (855) 985-2787 TCA Performance Supported by The Eloquent Cello One of the world’s foremost period cellists, Christophe Coin, joins us to perform works by Boccherini, C.P.E. Bach, and Haydn’s famous Cello concerto in C Major. Oct 5–9 at Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, Jeanne Lamon Hall (416) 964-6337 Elisa Citterio Christophe Coin Subscribe and save! Plus, discounts for music lovers 35 and under. Visit for details JOY 16 /17

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