RUSALKA Antonín Dvořák OCTOBER 12 TO OCTOBER 26, 2019 Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts Performance time is approximately three hours and 30 minutes, including two intermissions. CAST AND CREATIVE TEAMS Conductor Johannes Debus Director David McVicar Set Designer John Macfarlane Costume Designer Moritz Junge Lighting Designer David Finn Choreographer Andrew George Price Family Chorus Master Sandra Horst Rusalka Sondra Radvanovsky Vodník Štefan Kocán Ježibaba Elena […]Find out more »
Violinist Erika Raum, known for her “individuality and warm, communicative tone” (Muzsika, Budapest), is joined by violist Barry Shiffman and cellist Tom Wiebe, to perform monumental works by three of Hungary’s most beloved composers: Béla Bartók, Zoltán Kodály, and Ernő Dohnányi. Program: Béla Bartók: Sonata for Solo Violin, Sz. 117, BB 124 Zoltán Kodály: Duo […]Find out more »
Alluring and magical, an enchanted world leads a young child to a vision of our shared humanity, while defective grandfather clocks teach their own lessons reflecting the comedic frustrations of life. Featuring Suzy Smith, Music Director and Pianist Robert Cooper, Chorus Director Danlie Rae Acebuque Holly Chaplin Joshua Clemenger Diana Di Mauro Anika-France Forget Edward […]Find out more »
Formed in 1998, the Bennewitz Quartet is amongst the top international chamber ensembles today. The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 2006 review: “… the music was remarkable not just for its clarity of structure, but for the beautiful tonal palette and purity of intonation in its execution. Only very rarely does one experience such skillfully crafted and powerful harmonies… Great […]Find out more »
This concert sends the orchestra back to Vienna’s baroque roots, recovering a time when Austrian composers rubbed shoulders with their Italian counterparts, a vital cross-cultural endeavour. Experience a time when the sound of the baroque was breaking like a wave over Europe, its rich and soulful sounds reaching deep into human emotions, revealing a world, […]Find out more »
The concert will musically span the TMC’s 125-year history, moving from the founding year of 1894 into the future with an anniversary composition by acclaimed Cree composer Andrew Balfour. The concert will open with two glorious acappella works by Mendelssohn (of whom we are the namesake), followed by a stellar choral-orchestral work from each century […]Find out more »
#AtGBoheme — A modern love story sung in English. At a bar. The AtG production that started it all, and uprooted opera from the opera house. Our modern adaptation and English translation of the Puccini classic shifted the tale of struggling artists to the present-day, and unfolded entirely inside a historic dive bar in the heart […]Find out more »
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