TorontoStar

Ottawa mezzo is having a moment

Toronto Star, Entertainment / Music By: John Terauds CLASSICAL MUSIC CRITIC There is a moment in most performers’ lives when they cross the line from anonymity to being someone to watch. That moment may be right now for 24-year-old mezzo-soprano Wallis Giunta. On Sunday, she sings with Off Centre Music...

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TorontoStar

Feast for the eyes, ears and taste buds

Toronto Star, Opinion By: John Terauds CLASSICAL MUSIC CRITIC The way pianists Boris Zarankin and Inna Perkis greet a guest for lunch is a metaphor for how they have charmed a growing number of Torontonians at their annual series of music salons. The way pianists Boris Zarankin and Inna Perkis...

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TorontoStar

Found: a soundtrack for the city

Toronto Star, News By: John Terauds CLASSICAL MUSIC CRITIC There’s no better way to get excited about your hometown than to take in its sights as if for the first time. There’s no better way to get excited about your hometown than to take in its sights as if for...

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NowMagazine

My Style: Jocelyn Howard

Now Magzine / Life & Style Rating: NNNNN WHO: Jocelyn Howard OCCUPATION: Voice student at U of T WHERE: Yonge and Dundonald FAVOURITE ITEM YOU’RE WEARING: “My coat. I got it in high school and it’s been with me ever since.” FAVOURITE STORE: “Tribal Rhythm (248 Queen West, 416-595-5817). It’s...

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WholeNote

Beethoven – Piano Sonata No.32 in C minor

WholeNote Magazine, May-June, 2007 Beethoven – Piano Sonata No.32 in C minor, Op.11 1; Six Bagatelles Op.126l An die ferne Geliebte, Op.98 Boris Zarankin; Giles Tomkins DOREMI DDR-71151 Pianist Boris Zarankin is a regular performer on the Toronto music scene, including appearances with the TSO as guest soloist. He is...

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