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Programme
Notes from
ARC's past series
 

Below is a selection of the more comprehensive ARC programs from previous seasons.

2013

Music in Exile—Émigré composers of the 1930s (London programme)

2010-2011

Music, Conscience and Accountability during the Third Reich –
a program for Toronto's Holocaust Education Week

Music in Exile—Émigré composers of the 1930s (Israel programme)

2007-2008

Music in Exile—Émigré composers of the 1930s (New York programme)

Music in Exile—Émigré composers of the 1930s (London programme)

    2007-2008

Music in Exile, is a series of concerts, lectures and films that explore the works and the context of Jewish composers who fled Germany during the 1930s, and the non-Jews who stayed behind, resisted the regime and became “internal exiles”.

Music in Exile—Émigré composers of the 1930s (New York programme)

Music in Exile—Émigré composers of the 1930s (London programme)

    2006-2007

ARC's fifth season featured Music in Exile, a weekend of concerts and lectures exploring the music of composers who fled Nazi Germany, as well as those who remained, removed themselves from regular musical life and entered an "internal exile".
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    2005-2006

ARC's fourth season featured Julius Who?, an exploration of the music of Dutch/ German composer Julius Röntgen, who was born 150 years ago and whose highly imaginative and instrumentally idiomatic works have been overlooked by the musical mainstream.
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    2004-2005

ARC's third season featured Reelmusic, an exploration of the chamber music of composers better known for their film scores, such as Franz Waxman (Sunset Boulevard), Bernard Hermann (Citizen Kane), Ennio Morricone (The Mission) and Nino Rota (La Dolce Vita).
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    2003-2004

ARC's second season featured two weekends of special concerts. The first, Music Reborn, explored the music of composers affected by the Holocaust. The second, A Green and Pleasant Land, celebrated England's musical renaissance in the early 20th century.
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    2002-2003

ARC's inaugeral season featured two concerts: The Young Strauss and Brothers in Brahms.
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