Thurs. November 30, 2017 12–1 p.m. Schulich Singers Long, Long Ago Led by director Jean-Sébastien Vallée, the Schulich Singers, McGill University's premier choral ensemble, consists of 24 singers performing repertoire of all periods and styles. In this varied program, they present works by Henk Badings, Eric Whitacre, John Corigliano, Dan Forrest, and others. View the programFind out more »
HOME ALONE IN CONCERT A box office smash hit when it was released in 1990, this madcap family comedy has become a certified holiday classic. Macaulay Culkin stars as an inventive eight-year-old accidentally left alone over Christmas, who repeatedly outsmarts a couple of boneheaded burglars. John Williams’s delightful score packs extra punch and sparkle when […]Find out more »
Life’s milestones get a baroque close-up. “... the Tafelmusik Chamber Choir sang with a spry, glowing homogeny that reached upward as if to pull the night stars into the hall.” – Michael Vincent, Toronto Star Imagine creating a movie set in the baroque era! So many celebrations, festivities, weddings, and funerals to choose from—and then bring […]Find out more »
trace by Jeff Ho A Factory production in association with b current performing arts trace follows three generations of mother and son from the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong to Canada in the 21st century. Combining virtuosic original piano compositions with an incredible performance and lyrical text, this exquisite and stimulating one man chamber play offers a new look […]Find out more »
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