Tolstoy's great prose masterwork towers over the western literary canon as one of the most fully imagined and riveting works of fiction ever written. It is no wonder that John Neumeier, one of the most frequent and fearless adapters of literary works into modern choreographic form, should have eventually taken on the challenge of the […]Find out more »
Lebanese-Canadian soprano Joyce El-Khoury, who demonstrates “an exquisite delicacy of sound” (Seattle Times), performs works by Ravel, Duparc, Debussy, and intriguing Levantine songs with mezzo-soprano Beste Kalender, known for her “warmth, depth, and richness” (Musical America).Find out more »
Directed by Ivars Taurins Krisztina Szabó, mezzo-soprano Tafelmusik Chamber Choir Discover sacred and secular works by a forgotten composer of the baroque era. Diplomat, spy, priest, singer—Agostino Steffani was a busy man. He was also the composer of some of the most captivating music of his time. Steffani wrote for both the church and the opera […]Find out more »
In collaboration with the Toronto Children’s Chorus — The Chamber Choir and T.C.C.’s Toronto Youth Choir, we present a special commemoration concert of the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day. We will perform works relating to war and peace that represent the four Allied Nations: Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. The program will feature a […]Find out more »
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