Today in Toronto: Mirage, Robert Bourdeau, Jamie Reynolds and more

Today in Toronto: Mirage, Robert Bourdeau, Jamie Reynolds and more

Alex Kisilevich Belgium’s favourite surrealist is a clear influence on the young local photographer Alex Kisilevich, who has a Magritte-like fascination with inserting odd elements into otherwise mundane realities. Find out more »

Jamie Reynolds Trio Five years after moving to New York, this Toronto pianist is on the brink of releasing his debut album. Find out more »

Mirage Ravel’s La Valse, that apotheosis of the waltz, is the anomaly at this TSO concert, which has otherwise been taken over by Finns. Hannu Lintu conducts a program that includes two works by Sibelius (one of them featuring Finnish soprano Karita Mattila) and two works by contemporary Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho. Find out more »

Robert Bourdeau A meticulous craftsman in thrall to his large-format camera, Robert Bourdeau often studies his subjects for hours or days. Find out more »

Rustem Hayroudinoff This young Russian pianist is moving up quickly through the ranks; he’s played with the London Philharmonic and been praised by such publications as BBC Music Magazine and Gramophone. Find out more »

Zadie’s Shoes An inveterate gambler goes all in, risking his girlfriend’s health and the health of his relationships in Adam Pettle’s popular play about faith, luck and whatever gets you through the day. Find out more »