Susan Hoeppner, who “plays her golden flute with cool confidence” (The New York Times) leads a program of outstandingly wild and some of the most difficult chamber music works written for the instrument. Joined by musical colleagues and friends, this program consists of ensemble variation of flute, harp, and strings. Susan Hoeppner, flute Judy Loman, […]Find out more »
Join Michael Newnham and the musicians of Orchestra Toronto as we open our 2018-19 season with an autumnal orchestral celebration. Kevin Lau is an award-winning Canadian composer. His dramatic three-part orchestral portrait of Artemis, the ancient Greek goddess of the hunt and the moon recalls Holst’s The Planets. Anastasia Rizikoff is a celebrated young Canadian pianist. In Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody […]Find out more »
Oct. 21, 2018: Sacred Spaces: We open space for musical reflection with two works with a religious theme. Carl Loewe’s Quatuor Spirituel, an unusual and highly intriguing work from 1830, carries a specific program based on psalms and scripture. We are looking forward to reprising Julia Mermelstein’s Echoes of Illumina, commissioned by us in 2015, which draws on a motet by […]Find out more »
Date: October 21, 2018 at 3pm “Music should be flexible and adaptable to fantasies and dreams.” — Claude Debussy Paris, 1889. Millions of visitors flock to Paris to witness the great wonders of an ever-expanding and brave new world. Among them, a young Claude Debussy strolls though the Exposition Universelle and is transfixed by the music of […]Find out more »
On Sunday October 21st at 7:00 pm, two of Iran's most celebrated musical artists return to Toronto after a four-year absence. Legendary singer Shahram Nazeri and his son, composer Hafez Nazeri will showcase new works and beloved classics in a concert at the Sony Centre, 1 Front St. East, presented by Small World Music & […]Find out more »
HADRIAN Rufus Wainwright with libretto by Daniel MacIvor OCTOBER 13 TO OCTOBER 27, 2018 WORLD PREMIERE Emperor Hadrian is devastated after his lover Antinous drowns in the Nile River. While matters of state encroach on his grief, and advisors clamour for war against a radical new threat to the Empire, Hadrian slips out of time to re-encounter the vision and reality […]Find out more »
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