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Today in Toronto: Owen Pallett, Tokyo Quartet and more

Owen Pallett: The local multi-instrumentalist performs at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. Find out more >>

Tokyo Quartet: This is the fourth in a three-season, six-concert, Beethoven-focused Music Toronto series by the renowned ensemble. Find out more >>

Bach Mass in B Minor: Helmuth Rilling makes a guest-conducting appearance along with soprano Sybille Rubens, mezzo-soprano Ingeborg Danz, tenor Lawrence Wiliford and the University of Toronto MacMillan Singers for a pair of performances of J.S. Bach’s awe-inspiring Mass in B Minor. Find out more >>

Giiwedin: Native Earth Performing Arts and Indie(n) Rights Reserve present the world premiere of the first native-penned opera to combine baroque music with traditional indigenous music, relating 150 years of Ontario history from a First Nations perspective. Find out more >>

Ray Caesar: A cartoonish, contemporary Fragonard, Ray Caesar makes women look like girls and art history look like bubble gum. For A Gentle Kind of Cruelty, co-produced by Belinda Chin and the Edward Day Gallery, Caesar creates “skeletons” for his models, applies painted and collaged textures to them, and then shoots them in simulated spaces. Find out more >>

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