The concert program includes a world premiere by Anna Höstman, commissioned by The Royal Conservatory, Zosha Di Castri’s Phonotopographie, and two works by Misato Mochizuki. Program: Misato Mochizuki: Halai Anna Höstman: Icefolding for large ensemble (world premiere) * Misato Mochizuki: 4D for 9 instruments (North American premiere) Zosha Di Castri: Phonotopographie for 15 instruments (Ontario premiere) * Commissioned by The Royal Conservatory for 21C Music Festival 2019 Tickets, here.Find out more »
Violinist Nicola Benedetti has captivated audiences and critics alike. The Times has printed, “it was thrilling to hear and watch Nicola Benedetti in a truly risk-taking performance that lived so much in the body and fused the sinews of the violin and the nerve-system of the player.” This sums up Benedetti’s ability to communicate and enthrall audiences with dynamic and energy-filled performances. Born in Scotland of Italian heritage, she was awarded the Queen’s Medal for Music in 2017, the youngest ever recipient,…Find out more »
Winter – a common theme, a shared experience, a season where poets and composers find creativity and expression. Mezzo-soprano Lucia Cervoni, whose “impressive palette of mezzo colours” (whatsonstage) joins Canadian tenor Michael Colvin, whom Opera News calls “one of the most beautiful lyric tenors,” for work by Britten, Mahler, and others. Tickets, here.Find out more »
“Adventurous, multicultural and amazing!” (The Wall Street Journal) “Toronto's most beloved global-folk party punks raucous and hot-blooded live show” (Exclaim Magazine) is "amazing, frenetic, gloriously anarchic and ultimately joyous!” (Winnipeg Free Press) The guerilla-punk-Balkan-folk-brass band that started on the streets of Toronto has amassed a battalion of like-minded musical souls and become a full-blown Orkestra. Lemon Bucket shares the evening with Aline Morales, dynamic Juno Award-nominated Brazilian singer, percussionist, bandleader, and member of KUNÉ – Canada’s Global Orchestra. Tickets, here.Find out more »
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 Pablo de Sarasate: Zapateado This concert is approximately 75 minutes with no intermission.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 conception of a work, the tempo and mood relations, the dynamic layering. Additionally, when appropriate, a highly sensitive ear to the art of transition.” (Le…Find out more »
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