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Music For The Day

Concerto for keyboard and orchestra no. 7, by Johann Sebastian Bach.

Here, the second movement is performed by Glenn Gould with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra under Vladimir Golschmann. 12 more words


Lawyer won’t be banned from McCain heiress annulment case because no evidence he’ll use her secrets

A high-profile Toronto lawyer representing the estranged husband of a McCain Foods heiress will not be removed from their annulment case because there is no evidence he plans to use “confidential” secrets allegedly obtained about her and her family, a judge ruled on Tuesday. 652 more words


McCain heiress wants to disqualify husband’s ‘nightmare’ lawyer because she fears him, court told

Eleanor McCain, filed for annulment

Jeff Melanson, filed to uphold marriage contract

Harold Niman, lawyer representing Melanson who McCain’s lawyers are trying to disqualify… 1,118 more words


Toronto Symphony Orchestra FW2016

The new season is about to start. The Toronto Symphony Orchestra, one of the biggest music organizations in town, is launching their opening night with the prestigious soprano Renee Fleming. 138 more words


The Polaris Music Prize@The Carlu(Monday,September 19th,2016)

Kaytranada was the big winner on Monday night for the Polaris Music Prize as Buffy Sainte-Marie presented the 24-year-old Haitian-Canadian producer with the $50,000 prize. 415 more words

Life & Culture

McCain heiress wants to ban 'nightmare' lawyer with 'hate on' for family from annulment case: Court docs

An heiress to the McCain Foods empire entangled in a controversial annulment case with the former CEO of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra will see her case return to court in September in an attempt to “disqualify” her estranged husband’s lawyer from representing him because of an “unfair tactical advantage” she said he holds over her family. 775 more words


Can classical music reach a new audience through unlikely venues?

Where can we expect to hear performances of classical music these days? In a concert hall, most likely – a gleaming culture palace with cushy seats and finely calibrated acoustics. 721 more words