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Grace Notes: Music of the Week - October 24th

Hello and welcome back to Music of the Week! The return of ‘The Apprentice’ (a guilty pleasure) has influenced my first choice and a BBC prom I went to in the summer has influenced my second. 564 more words


Music Thursday: Sergei Prokofiev "Montagues and Capulets"

Because Monday is already taken. This column will feature music I listen to when I write, or maybe sometimes music I just like (and therefore think everyone else should, too). 83 more words


A Night at the Symphony

I resolved to myself at the beginning of this past summer that I would explore Toronto to its fullest. This plan only became more solid when I realized I may not have more than a few months left in Toronto (as my future plans are still up in the air and I only moved to Toronto for school initially) and I had left it largely unexplored! 433 more words

Thursday's Something Else (Prokofiev)

Seeing as how I really like comedy and I heard lots of good things about The Love of Three Oranges I thought its time has come. 45 more words

Thursday's Something Else

Lonesome Musing: My Favorite Instrumentals

By: Christopher Aloysius Mariotti

Music, my friends. I’ve lamented myriad times over the beauty of it, the art of it, the complexity of it. I’m not a walker. 1,278 more words

Lonesome Musings

The Wolf (East Mix)

You know when you stumble upon something you forgot existed, something so evocative, it immediately sends you back to the exact time and place you were when you experienced it for the first time? 65 more words


Prokofiev with Mr Gergiev

The new classical music season is under way! Hurrah! And for my first concert of this new season, I decided to go to the Barbican Centre to hear everyone’s least favourite Russian conductor, PR-nightmare Valery Gergiev, leading the London Symphony in a programme of Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky. 633 more words

Classical Music