From Chaos through to Sing the Lord, this grand oratorio tells the dramatic story of Creation, with text taken from Genesis, the Book of Psalms and John Milton’s Paradise Lost. Full Choir, orchestra and fabulous guest soloists will fill Koerner Hall with the drama and intensity of Haydn’s masterpiece.
“There is nothing else quite like it. It’s the Big Bang expressed in music, and was way ahead of its time!” says Noel Edison of the opening movement of Creation.
Noel Edison conductor
Leslie Ann Bradley, soprano
Zach Finkelstein, tenor
Alexander Hajek, baritone
Toronto Mendelssohn Choir
F. J. Haydn: The Creation
Not in Toronto? Enjoy the concert webcast
Nothing compares to the experience of a live performance in a beautiful venue, but if you can’t be at Koerner Hall on April 27th, you can enjoy the TMC’s live webcast of the concert on livestream.
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