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Today in Toronto: The List, Sibelius Violin Concerto, Alex Pangman

The List In her chilling Governor General’s Award winner, Québécoise Jennifer Tremblay pulls at a thread and unravels a skein of shared anxiety. Find out more >>

Sibelius Violin Concerto A very Nordic take on this very popular work should make for an authoritative interpretation. The conductor (former TSO music director Jukka-Pekka Saraste), like the composer, is Finnish, and the baby-faced but accomplished soloist, Henning Kraggerud, is Norwegian. Find out more >>

Alex Pangman This vocalist would have a right to sing the blues—she survived a double lung transplant two years ago—but her style has all the vivacity and steppin’ out glee of the Jazz Age. Find out more >>

Alison Lambert Eloquently committed to portraiture, this Brit’s brooding glimpses of the human condition look back to Rembrandt but don’t miss a contemporary beat. Find out more >>

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