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Volume 25 Issue 5 - February 2020

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Visions of 2020! Sampling from back to front for a change: in Rearview Mirror, Robert Harris on the Beethoven he loves (and loves to hate!); Errol Gay, a most musical life remembered; Luna Pearl Woolf in focus in recordings editor David Olds' "Editor's Corner" and in Jenny Parr's preview of "Jacqueline"; Speranza Scappucci explains how not to reinvent Rossini; The Indigo Project, where "each piece of cloth tells a story"; and, leading it all off, Jully Black makes a giant leap in "Caroline, or Change." And as always, much more. Now online in flip-through format here and on stands starting Thurs Jan 30.

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2019/20 Season THE INDIGO PROJECT Directed by Elisa Citterio Created by Alison Mackay in collaboration with Suba Sankaran & Trichy Sankaran A compelling musical journey exploring the vast social, cultural, and political implications of a powerful blue dye. Feb 27–Mar 1, 2020 Jeanne Lamon Hall Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre Mar 3, 2020 George Weston Recital Hall Meridian Arts Centre (formerly Toronto Centre for the Arts) With Feet of Blue (Indigo Extraction, South India), detail, Tim McLaughlin, MAIWA tafelmusik.org LESS TALK, MORE BACH BACH ST. JOHN PASSION Directed by Ivars Taurins Mar 26–29, 2020 Koerner Hall, TELUS Centre BACH GOLDBERG VARIATIONS Directed by Elisa Citterio Apr 22–26, 2020 Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre Apr 28, 2020 Meridian Arts Centre GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED BY THE PLURALISM FUND GWRH SERIES SUPPORTED BY Jim Fleck

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