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Volume 24 Issue 7 - April 2019

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Arraymusic, the Music Gallery and Native Women in the Arts join for a mini-festival celebrating the work of composer, performer and installation artist Raven Chacon; Music and Health looks at the role of Healing Arts Ontario in supporting concerts in care facilities; Kingston-based composer Marjan Mozetich's life and work are celebrated in film; "Forest Bathing" recontextualizes Schumann, Shostakovich and Hindemith; in Judy Loman's hands, the harp can sing; Mahler's Resurrection bursts the bounds of symphonic form; Ed Bickert, guitar master remembered. All this and more in our April issue, now online in flip-through here, and on stands commencing Friday March 29.


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2407_AprilCover.indd 1 ∂ PRICELESS Vol 24 No 7 2019-03-21 11:44 AM ON OUR COVER APRIL 2019 CONCERT LISTINGS FEATURES | REVIEWS COVER STORY Mini-Festival Raven Chacon PLANTING NOT PAVING Community Orchestras FILM Marjan Mozetich Affairs of the Heart MUSIC AND HEALTH Concerts in Care Raven Chacon PHOTO: RAVEN CHACON Volume 24 No 7 | April 2019 Raven Chacon is a composer, performer and installation artist from Fort Defiance, Navajo Nation, here in Toronto for an April mini-festival co-presented by Arraymusic, the Music Gallery and Native Women in the Arts. The image behind his photo is a detail from his score for American Ledger (no.1), recently performed by the NOW Society Ensemble from Vancouver as part of an exhibition called SOUNDINGS at Agnes Etherington Art Centre at Queen’s University, Kingston, where a vinyl transfer graphic from the score also appears on the outside of Harrison Le-Caine Hall. SOUNDINGS is affiliated with The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts’ concurrent Ka’tarohkwi Festival of Indigenous Arts. SIBELIUS 1 FEATURES 7 OPENER | TaxiCabaret: Hopeful Hoax | DAVID PERLMAN 8 ON OUR COVER | The Music of Raven Chacon | WENDALYN BARTLEY 11 FEATURE | Forest Bathing | PAUL ENNIS 12 FILM | Affairs of the Heart: Marjan Mozetich in a Film by Jamie Day Fleck | DAVID JAEGER 15 FEATURE | Community Orchestras and the What Between | DAVID PERLMAN 66 MUSIC AND HEALTH | Concerts in Care | VIVIEN FELLEGI 68 WE ARE ALL MUSIC’S CHILDEN | April’s Children | MJ BUELL 86 REARVIEW MIRROR | Arts Critics Emerging, We Dare Hope! | ROBERT HARRIS ACD2 2452 YANNICK NÉZET-SÉGUIN Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal DIGITAL ALBUM JUST RELEASED! ATMA Classique is proud to announce the release of the first in a new series of recordings devoted to the symphonies of Jean Sibelius. Sibelius 1 in CD format will be available from April 12, 2019 66 G R I G O R I A N . C O M

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