The city of Paris was home to some remarkable baroque composers who developed a style that was uniquely French. Savour the colourful L’Apothéose de Corelli by Couperin, the whimsical Pièces de clavecin en concert by Rameau, featuring Charlotte Nediger on harpsichord, and the beguiling sounds of Marais’ viola da gamba. A concert of music that is as alluring as […]Find out more »
About the Ballet Shakespeare’s fascinating late work The Winter’s Tale has always defied classification. With elements of tragedy, comedy and romance mingling and running up against one another in an often-complicated story of jealousy, love, vindictiveness and redemption, audiences have never been quite sure how to define this moving, mysterious and ultimately tender creation. A “problem” play […]Find out more »
OUNDJIAN CONDUCTS VAUGHAN WILLIAMS This rich program explores works by the great English composer Ralph Vaughan Williams. Performed by an all-Canadian cast of soloists, it includes two full concertos—a pastoral piece for oboe, and a dynamic one for piano—and the unique Flos Campi, a sensuous suite for solo viola, chorus, and orchestra. (Pictured: Louie Lortie, piano) […]Find out more »
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