Grand Prize winner of the 2016 OSM Manulife Competition, violinist Blake Pouliot is "one of those special talents that comes along once in a lifetime" (Toronto Star). He performs with pianist Hsini Huang. Program: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Violin Sonata No. 27 in G Major, K. 379 Ernest Chausson: Poème, op. 25 Leoš Janáček: Violin Sonata […]Find out more »
THE SHOW: Join them in exploring Mozart and British composer Benjamin Britten, and some on0stage hi-jinx. They love to cook! The dynamic and charismatic Heath Quartet is considered one of the most exciting British chamber ensembles of the moment. In 2013, it became the first ensemble in 15 years to win the prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society’s Young […]Find out more »
World premiere in partnership with Theatre Passe Muraille MUSIC BY CHRIS THORNBORROW| LIBRETTO BY JULIE TEPPERMAN DIRECTOR/DRAMATURGE RICHARD GREENBLATT CONTENT WARNING: CONTAINS EXPLICIT LANGUAGE AND DISCUSSION OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE. Three friends hit university — no parents, new friends, new rules, and a new normal. But freedom is complicated. Hook Up raises questions of consent, shame, and power in the […]Find out more »
FRANZ SCHUBERT FIERABRAS Sunday, February 3, 2019— 2:30 pm A GERMAN OPERA WITH ENGLISH SURTITLES The juxtaposition of two religions is the backdrop for powerful rivalries, the triumph of love and new understanding in the most idealistic of Romantic traditions. Featuring Kevin Mallon, Conductor, with Aradia Ensemble Robert Cooper, Chorus Director Matthew Dalen as Fierabras Alexander […]Find out more »
Music for a Sunday Afternoon Elaine Choi, David Fallis, Lori-Anne Dolloff, Mark Ramsay, conductors Join the MacMillan Singers, Women's Chorus, the Women's Chamber Choir and the Men's Chorus featuring graduate conductors for an afternoon of choral gems, featuring music by Schafer, Martin and Thompson. MacMillan Theatre, 80 Queen's Park Tickets, here or call 416-408-0208 $30, $20 senior, $10 student […]Find out more »
Silver Medalist in the 2015 Chopin Competition and the first Canadian in history to win the medal, Quebec pianist Charles Richard-Hamelin performs with "real sonority that comes from his entire body, a large palette of colours and a real poetic sense … His conduct is always impeccable. By conduct, I mean the architectural and emotional […]Find out more »
“No one feels another’s grief, no one understands another’s joy. People imagine they can reach one another. In reality they only pass each other by.” – Franz Schubert While the idea of listening to and performing individual songs in a specific sequence — as a cohesive song cycle — may have existed as early as the […]Find out more »
The dynamic and charismatic Heath Quartet is considered one of the most exciting British chamber ensembles of the moment. In 2013, it became the first ensemble in 15 years to win the prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society’s Young Artists Award. In 2016, their recording (Tippett’s string quartets) won Gramophones’ Chamber Disc of the Year. Notable performances have included […]Find out more »
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