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(The background music is Adagio and is courtesy of Secret Garden)

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 NEW ALBUM RECOMMENDATIONS 

Tale of the Oakenwish - Christopher Caouette  (Inner Force Music)  New

Christopher Tin: The Lost Birds - Voces8 & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra  (Decca)  New

Peter Drew: Symphony No. 1 - Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra  (Navona Records)

Breathe - Chad Lawson  (Decca)

Dream - Bob Yonker  (Independent)

Reflection - Lynn Tredeau  (Heart Dance Records)

( * indicates Canadian artist(s) )

Shades of Classics Top 20 Albums for October 2022

(As reported to the Zone Music Reporter)



 REVIEWS 

My Review of Sharon Fendrich's album Sapphire Oak



 MY FEATURE ARTICLES 

A Canadian Classical Master - Composer MICHAEL CONWAY BAKER

Classical Music Ambassador - WSO Music Director ALEXANDER MICKELTHWATE

Meeting a Musical Genius - Canadian composer MICHAEL CONWAY BAKER

Another Special Moment - John meets and greets Fionnuala and Rolf of SECRET GARDEN

My E-interview with Hilliard Ensemble tenor STEVEN HARROLD

Pilgrim Pianist - Local pianist JANA TING

Lady Sings the Blues - Local singer MAGGI MAY ROBINSON

Survival and Relevancy - The WINNIPEG SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Diva Divine - Local soprano JULIE BIGGS

A Night to Remember - A private concert with local singer/songwriter STEVE BELL

A Special Moment - John meets and greets the amazing SARAH BRIGHTMAN

My E-interview with Minneapolis pianist/composer REBECCA KRAGNES




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