THE SHOW: What do you call a dozen guitars plus two double bass? – The Forestare Ensemble from Québec. They will play Baroque classics of J.B. Lully, Antonio Vivaldi, and J.S. Bach. Hosted by Joanna. Since its 2002 inception, the ensemble has participated in the creation of 50 original works and has adapted nearly another 100 for its unique […]Find out more »
Join us on a tour-de-Paris as we traipse on and off-the-beaten path of the Great Parisian Salons! From the salon of George Sand hosting her tempestuous lover Chopin, to the salon of Princesse Winnaretta Singer de Polignac – whose biographical details alone hold enough intrigue to keep us on the edge of our seats for […]Find out more »
BEETHOVEN'S FIFTH Experience Beethoven in all his unsurpassed variety—in a single concert! Selections range from the tempestuous Fifth Symphony to a pair of sweet-natured romances for violin and orchestra with soloist Blake Pouliot, the Grand Prize winner of the 2016 Orchestre symphonique de Montréal Manulife Competition, and two forceful, dramatic overtures. Concert running time is […]Find out more »
Québec-based guitar ensemble Forestare comprises 12 guitars and two double bass. Since its 2002 inception, the ensemble has participated in the creation of 50 original works and has adapted nearly another 100 for its unique orchestral configuration. As a result, they have created the largest repertoire of music for guitar orchestra in the world. Their 2007 self-titled […]Find out more »
THE NIGHTINGALE AND OTHER SHORT FABLES Igor Stravinsky APRIL 13 TO MAY 19, 2018 A COC Production Hailed as a masterpiece at its sold-out world premiere in Toronto and a subsequent tour to New York, the COC is thrilled to revive Robert Lepage’s The Nightingale and Other Short Fables. A blending of exquisite visuals, whimsical puppetry, and emotional […]Find out more »
TAIKO PLUS! Sunday April 15, 2018 8:00pm Concert / 7:15pm Pre-Concert Chat Koerner Hall, The Royal Conservatory of Music, 273 Bloor St. W. BUY TICKETS Ishii’s Mono-Prism brims with emotional, intoxicating energy. Seven Japanese Taiko drummers provide the monochrome sounds which are set against the prismatic tone quality of the orchestraFind out more »
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