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THE SCOOP | Rights to Glenn Gould’s Work Sold Off To Primary Wave

By Michael Vincent on August 15, 2017

An American publishing company Primary Wave has acquired the rights to Glenn Gould's catalogue and likeness, among other terms of sale.
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RECORD KEEPING | Cataloguing Seiji Ozawa's Active Musical Legacy

By Paul E. Robinson on August 15, 2017

Still active at 83 as a conductor, Seiji Ozawa's musical activities are being actively documented and reissued as he goes.
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SCRUTINY | Inaugural Ukrainian Art Song Summer Institute Concert Showcases Voices Of Tomorrow

By Joseph So on August 15, 2017

The Ukraine's art song legacy was well-represented this past weekend, capped off with an evening of unabashed emotion in Toronto.
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BREAKING | Eleanor Stubley's Body Located

By Jennifer Liu on August 14, 2017

The body of McGill University music professor and associate dean of graduate music studies, Eleanor Stubley, was found Sunday evening.
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COFFEE BREAK | Hamster-Operated MIDI Music

By Jennifer Liu on August 13, 2017

These hamsters are thinking outside the box for aleatoric music, and we like to think that John Cage would have been proud!
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BREAKING | Montreal Searches For Eleanor Stubley

By Michael Vincent on August 13, 2017

Montreal's classical music community is highly concerned for the well-being of Dr. Eleanor Stubley, missing since August 7.
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LEBRECHT LISTENS | Two Delightful Voices At Play In Dual Release

By Norman Lebrecht on August 11, 2017

There are many dichotomies at play on this dual release, as soprano and tenor navigate well-trodden and less unfamiliar opera arias.
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COFFEE BREAK | Sibelius Violin Concerto Is Child's Play

By Jennifer Liu on August 10, 2017

Violinist EKruspe pulled out her childhood violin during her university studies, and tried the Sibelius concerto on it for size!
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FEATURE | Performance Coaching: Putting “Right” Back In Stage Fright

By Robin Roger on August 9, 2017

Participants arrived at Lisa Chisholm’s presentation on performance anxiety with scary memories, but were relaxed by the end of it. Part one of two in our series on stage fright.
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RECORD KEEPING | Ashkenazy A Split Musician In Recent Releases

By Paul E. Robinson on August 8, 2017

Two sides to Ashkenazy: how does he fare in his foray into Bach, put head-to-head with his latest Tchaikovsky collaboration with Esther Yoo?
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