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by Richard Warren,Sir Andrew Davis

  • ISBN: 0802035884
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  • Author: Richard Warren,Sir Andrew Davis
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division (September 19, 2002)
  • Pages: 256 pages
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The Toronto Symphony Orchestra has been a part of the arts scene in Toronto for eighty years. Millions of satisfied customers and climbing. Thriftbooks is the name you can trust, guaranteed. Richard Warren, the orchestra's archivist since 1976, uncovers taped interviews and other documentation of the orchestra's musicians, visiting artists, music directors, and administrative personnel, to present an insider's view of the orchestra, and by doing so makes the history of this great cultural institution come alive. The Toronto Symphony Orchestra has been a part of the arts scene in Toronto for eighty years.

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The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) is a Canadian orchestra based in Toronto, Ontario. Founded in 1922, the TSO gave regular concerts at Massey Hall until 1982, and since then has performed at Roy Thomson Hall. The TSO also manages the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra (TSYO). The TSO's most recent music director was Peter Oundjian, from 2004 to 2018. Sir Andrew Davis is currently the TSO's interim artistic director.

The Toronto Symphony Orchestra is a great orchestra but it cannot .

The Toronto Symphony Orchestra is a great orchestra but it cannot maintain its high standards if it must constantly worry about where the next dollar is coming from. In the last week of September 2001 the Toronto Symphony Orchestra found itself in challenging circumstances. Jukka-Pekka Saraste’s tenure had been one of administrative turmoil  . Richard Warren’s death meant that he was not able to complete the final chapter on the latest challenges facing the TSO. Richard was a wonderful devotee of the TSO. He lived and breathed it for years, and saw it come through its last crisis.

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The Toronto Symphony Orchestra has been a part of the arts scene in Toronto for eighty years. Richard Warren, the orchestra's archivist since 1976, uncovers taped interviews and other documentation of the orchestra's musicians, visiting artists, music directors, and administrative personnel, to present an insider's view of the orchestra, and by doing so makes the history of this great cultural institution come alive.

In describing the challenges, achievements, and trials of the orchestra, Warren includes the stories of artists who performed with the orchestra and who then went on to become outstanding performers on the world stage, including Seiji Ozawa, Sir Andrew Davis, Jon Vickers, Lois Marshall, Maureen Forrester, Zara Nelsova, and Ben Heppner, among many others. He also recounts the orchestra's tours through China, the United States, Britain, Japan, Australia, and Europe, and their performances in the renowned theatres of London, New York, Sydney, Vienna, and Berlin. The symphony has become an icon of Canadian culture and enriched the lives of Torontonians and all Canadians as an important part of our heritage.



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