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Volume 25 Issue 2 - October 2019

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  • October
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Long promised, Vivian Fellegi takes a look at Relaxed Performance practice and how it is bringing concert-going barriers down across the spectrum; Andrew Timar looks at curatorial changes afoot at the Music Gallery; David Jaeger investigates the trumpets of October; the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution (and the 20th Anniversary of our October Blue Pages Presenter profiles) in our Editor's Opener; the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir at 125; Tapestry at 40 and Against the Grain at 10; ringing in the changing season across our features and columns; all this and more, now available in Flip Through format here, and on the stands commencing this coming Friday September 27, 2019. Enjoy.

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2502_OctCover.indd 1 2019-09-18 6:45 PM A deluxe boxed set of three discs! Volume 25 No 2 | October 2019 ON OUR COVER 25th SEASON! Vol 25 No 2 20th Annual PRESENTER BLUE PROFILES 2019/20 PAGES SPOTLIGHT Toronto Mendelssohn Choir celebrates 125 SUCCESSION PLANNING Change is coming at the Music Gallery MUSIC AND HEALTH Relaxed performances bring barriers down OCTOBER 2019 CONCERT LISTINGS FEATURES | REVIEWS SoundCrowd PHOTO: SEANNA KENNEDY FEATURES 7 OPENER | Anniversaries in Blue & Velvet | DAVID PERLMAN 8 MUSIC & HEALTH | Relaxed Performance Brings Barriers Down | VIVIEN FELLEGI 12 SPOTLIGHT | The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir at 125 | DAVID PERLMAN 15 CANADIAN MUSIC |Soundstreams and the Trumpets of October | DAVID JAEGER This photo was taken at SoundCrowd’s “Dance Party” concert at the Opera House in Toronto on June 1, 2019. One of the main goals I’ve had with SoundCrowd since it’s creation is to share with our audiences the real sense of joy that singing and making harmony together can bring. We want people feeling that we’ve shared the proven health and social benefits of music and singing with them so that they leave our concerts happier than when they arrived. Performing high energy and fun shows 100% a cappella really highlights the possibilities of what we can do when we come together in the name of making harmony through harmony. - SoundCrowd Founder and Artistic Director, Scott Pietrangelo 18 SUCCESSION PLANNING | Change is Coming at The Music Gallery | ANDREW TIMAR 61 WE ARE ALL MUSIC’S CHILDEN | MJ BUELL 82 REARVIEW MIRROR | Run, Rabbit Run: New Music & the Traditional Symphony | ROBERT HARRIS 16 MOZART Quintettes dédiés à Haydn Pentaèdre ACD2 2756 e Canadian wind ensemble Pentaèdre presents a new take on Mozart’s six quartets dedicated to Haydn. Just Released!

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