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Today in Toronto: Annie Lennox and Angélique Kidjo, Mozart’s World and more

Annie Lennox and Angélique Kidjo Nelson Mandela inspired the former Eurythmics singer to help people in Africa affected by HIV. Kidjo, the Benin-born Afropop superstar, has witnessed the pandemic first-hand. The two combine their voices and star power for a benefit concert for African women affected by the disease. Find out more »

Mozart’s World Nicknamed “the Turkish” for the Eastern-tinged music in its third movement, Wolfie’s Violin Concerto no. 5 represents the man at his sunniest and most seductive. Guest conductor Gottfried von der Goltz directs Tafelmusik in a program of works by Mozart and his contemporaries. Find out more »

So You Think You Can Dance The TV talent show franchise is touring its most recent finalists, providing a guaranteed source of frenetic, aspirational fun and remarkable skill. Find out more »

Food events Learn to Make Parisian Macarons, Vintages Sneak Peak and more. See the Weekly Eater »

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