Toronto’s favourite holiday tradition! Ballet companies all over the world perform The Nutcracker during the holiday season, each with a special take on the beloved classic. The National Ballet of Canada has one of the very finest versions in the world in James Kudelka’s staging from 1995, set in 19th century Russia. With non-stop dancing and magnificent […]Find out more »
Ivars Taurins directs four soloists, orchestra, and chamber choir, offering audience's Handel’s masterpiece with Tafelmusik’s trademark expertise and care, intimacy and expanse. Our annual performances of Messiah have become a cherished annual Toronto holiday tradition—join us and discover why. Margot Rood, soprano Lucile Richardot, mezzo-soprano Thomas Hobbs, tenor Peter Harvey, baritoneFind out more »
The greatest story ever told. The most majestic music ever conceived. Alexander Shelley, Music Director of the National Arts Centre Orchestra, conducts Handel’s Messiah with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, and four dazzling Canadian soloists. Experience music’s most inspiring message of faith—in Mozart’s colourful orchestration. This is Toronto’s favourite holiday musical tradition. Hallelujah! Please […]Find out more »
What is it about the Blessed Virgin that has inspired some of the most endearing music ever written? Indeed, composers from every era seem to bring their very best game when setting texts about the immaculate “rose without thorns.” In this heartfelt Kaffeemusik, the TCC presents its favourite Marian music from long ago juxtaposed with […]Find out more »
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