However you choose to see William Forsythe—willful provocateur, poet of the anti-ballet, master of anarchic beauty—there is no doubt that he has extended the reach and possibility of modern dance as few other contemporary choreographers have done. The three works that compose this programme exemplify the extraordinary range and flavour of his work. The Vertiginous […]Find out more »
Distinguished German conductor Karl-Heinz Steffens makes his TSO début in this exquisite program of central-European gems. Jan Lisiecki, already one of the world’s most admired pianists, performs a fiery and poetic concerto by Mendelssohn that he recently recorded for Deutsche Grammophon. The last of Brahms’s symphonies crowns the concert with music of immense strength and power. […]Find out more »
In order to cope with some recent serious injuries to his right arm, composer Adam Scime has commissioned eight Canadian composers to write works for piano left hand. He will premiere the pieces in this concert alongside a wonderful set of Canadian and international piano repertoire performed by Adam Sherkin. The event is PWYC, so […]Find out more »
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