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We n my last column We quickly introduced the museum that is new city, one that is positioning it self become an important globe music place and curator: the Aga Khan Museum. Having exposed its doorways just into the third week of September, its inaugural music festival highlighted the known Yo-Yo Ma while the Silk path Ensemble, a bunch that has collaborated since 2000 using the Aga Khan Music Initiative in concerts somewhere else.
Music is regarded as the prime “focus areas” of this Aga Khan developing Network, the more expensive entity behind the museum: the evidence is the fact that five teams are now being presented in November and four in December. It is the museum actually placed to “become both major social location and player in really brief purchase” as touted by James Adams of this world and Mail, or “a vital recent addition to Toronto’s cultural landscape” as augured by David Dacks associated with the Music Gallery?
We made my trek into the stretch of Don Mills in which the museum is sited, north of Eglinton Ave. and between Don Mills Rd. plus the D.V.P., on an awesome, rainy October weekday afternoon. Up To a downtowner it may seem “up there” on a psychological map, but on a genuine map of Toronto, it is really not definately not the geographical centre associated with town. Found on Wynford Dr., the museum is down the street through the notable modernist mid-century Raymond Moriyama-designed Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre where I’ve enjoyed many unforgettable social occasions, and just a couple of obstructs north and east associated with Ontario Science Centre. (more…)