Soprano Lauren Eberwein bids farewell to the COC Ensemble Studio with a performance of Olivier Messiaen's major song cycle, Poèmes pour Mi, which was written for his first wife, the violinist and composer Claire Delbos whom he nicknamed “Mi”. Pianist Rachael Kerr completes the program with Maurice Ravel’s piano solo Jeux d'eau.Find out more »
COSÌ FAN TUTTE W.A. Mozart FEBRUARY 5 TO FEBRUARY 23, 2019 COC Revival Mozart's ability to treat the most profound subjects with the lightest touch is at the heart of this story about two young men who decide to test the loyalty of their lovers, sisters Dorabella and Fiordiligi. As the unusual experiment begins, nothing unfolds quite […]Find out more »
Elisa Citterio, Music Director Conceived, scripted and programmed by Alison Mackay Maryem Tollar, Narrator & Vocalist Alon Nashman, Narrator Celebrate the rich musical traditions of East and West, and the renewed dialogue between those traditions in contemporary, multicultural Toronto. Alison Mackay’s musical vision of the links between 18th-century Saxony and Syria became one of the most […]Find out more »
Opera Atelier presents a brand-new, hour-long concert experience melding musical masterpieces by Henry Purcell with baroque and contemporary dancing — and a new Canadian commission by composer Edwin Huizinga. Don’t miss this Toronto premiere of our most recent Royal Chapel performance. With Mireille Asselin (soprano), Jesse Blumberg (baritone), Artists of Atelier Ballet and members of […]Find out more »
On the occasion of our 20th Anniversary, Art of Time Ensemble are presenting two full programs of their best and most memorable musical performances. The Songs Program features our best arrangements of popular music performed by a luminary group of vocalists, including Sarah Slean, Hawksley Workman, and Martin Tielli. Songs by Charles Trenet, Bruce Cockburn, Queen, Jacques Brel, and many more are presented […]Find out more »
Bartók’s thrilling concerto justifies its fanciful title by placing the entire orchestra in the spotlight. With this bold and witty music, the artists of the TSO demonstrate everything they are capable of. Alisa Weilerstein, one of today’s most talented cellists, lays bare the soul of a late and lean Shostakovich masterwork, and TSO favourite Thomas […]Find out more »
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