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Robert Diack: Lost Villages

Robert Diack: Lost Villages

The slow, haunting wave of music from the start of Lost Villages by Robert Diack is immediately discernable as an intimation of something dark...
TOJazzFest 2018 - Savion Glover and Marcus Gilmore

Saviour of Tap: Savion Glover feat. Marcus Gilmore at Koerner Hall

#TOJazzFest2018 - TD Toronto Jazz Festival 2018 Savion Glover has inspired a generation of dancers, not just tap dancers, dancers of all modern persuasion. In...
Melody Diachun: Get Back to the Groove

Melody Diachun: Get Back to the Groove

This short programme by the Québec-born, British Colombia-based vocalist Melody Diachun is a timely reminder that while she may not record as frequently as...
Jeremy Ledbetter Trio - Got A Light?

Jeremy Ledbetter Trio: Got a Light?

Jeremy Ledbetter has traversed a fairly wide musical topography: from the Caribbean with his preeminent ensemble Canefire to weaving his virtuoso pianism into the...
Toronto Jazz Orchestra - 20

Toronto Jazz Orchestra: 20

For the Toronto Jazz Orchestra the impulse to create and adorn a large musical canvas may have been inspired by the first chamber, symphony...
Deanne Matley: Because I Loved

Deanne Matley: Because I Loved

This young Calgary-based vocalist, Deanne Matley confirms a growing reputation. The voice itself is light and limpid, though not without metal, Miss Matley is...
The Toronto Sound: KUNÉ – Canada’s Global Orchestra

The Toronto Sound: KUNÉ – Canada’s Global Orchestra

April 7, 2018 - Koerner Hall, The Royal Conservatory - Toronto What do you think of when you think of a musical Toronto sound? For...
David Buchbinder - Odessa-Havana Project

The Toronto Sound: David Buchbinder’s Odessa/Havana

April 7, 2018 - Koerner Hall, The Royal Conservatory - Toronto When you have Maestro Hilario Durán involved in a project you can be assured...
Amos Hoffman Noam Lemish: Pardes

Amos Hoffman & Noam Lemish: Pardes

It is not common in Judeo-Christian and Islamic cultures for the sacred and the secular to come together. This is why among the Hebrew...
Living Fossil: Never Die

Living Fossil: Never Die

The only whimsy that you will find on Never Die is that of the name of the ensemble that makes this music, Living Fossil....

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