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Volume 25 Issue 3 - November 2019

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On the slim chance you might not have already heard the news, Estonian Canadian composing giant Udo Kasemets was born the same year that Leo Thermin invented the theremin --1919. Which means this is the centenary year for both of them, and both are being celebrated in style, as Andrew Timar and MJ Buell respectively explain. And that's just a taste of a bustling November, with enough coverage of music of both the delectably substantial and delightfully silly on hand to satisfy one and all.

Volume 25 Issue 3 - November

25 th SEASON! Vol 25 No 3 NOVEMBER 2019 CONCERT LISTINGS FEATURES | REVIEWS CONFLUENCES Collaboration vs. appropriation An exploratory evening with mezzo Marion Newman LEGACIES Grounded in displacement Composer Udo Kasemets A centenary celebration REAR VIEW MIRROR Controversially uncontroversial The Met’s Porgy and Bess Marion Newman in Tapestry Opera’s Shanawdithit

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