Today in Toronto: Alexandre Tharaud, Human Rights Watch Film Festival and The Blue Legacy
Alexandre Tharaud The French pianist with the moody pout has an approach to programming that is frequently labelled “adventurous,” but this evening’s combo of Schubert’s Moments Musicaux and Scarlatti’s sonatas won’t upset any traditionalists. Find out more »
Human Rights Watch Film Festival Now in its eighth year, the Toronto edition of the Human Rights Watch film fest is moving from its old digs at the AGO to the TIFF Bell Lightbox, where a compelling range of documentary and feature flicks do their best to shine a light on cases of oppression and abuse around the world. Find out more »
The Blue Legacy A companion piece to the ROM’s upcoming Water: The Exhibition, this lecture by filmmaker and burgeoning explorer Alexandra Cousteau—who was taught to dive by her famous grandfather Jacques when she was seven years old—touches on both the local and global importance of water preservation. Find out more »
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This is way better than a brick & mortar etsbalihmsent.
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