Rescheduled from March 26, this audio broadcast features U of T Opera Diversity Coach Korin Thomas-Smith curating this concert which focuses on the history and contributions of marginalized groups in classical music. Free registration here.Find out more »
Classic Hits of Tin Pan Alley Gordon Gerrard, conductor The orchestra takes centre stage in this celebration of American popular music from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It features beloved jazzy melodies and swinging tunes from the likes of George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Scott Joplin, and more. Tickets HERE.Find out more »
PANELISTS: Dr. Christine Gangelhoff (Nassau), leading scholar on Caribbean classical composers, flutist, founder of C Force chamber ensemble, andAssociate Professor of Music at The University of The Bahamas. Tanya Charles Iveniuk (Toronto), violinist with roots in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and member of Ensemble du Monde (Guadeloupe), Toronto Mozart Players, Sinfonia Toronto, and the Odin Quartet. Faculty member at University of Toronto-Faculty of Music, The Regent Park School of Music, and Axis Music. Patrick G. Jordan (Toronto), Tafelmusik violist and member of the…Find out more »
Revisit, alongside the musicians of Tafelmusik, four of the six shimmering concertos that helped establish our international reputation as a creative force in baroque music. One of the most recognized and popular works in baroque music, the Brandenburg Concertos encapsulate all of the qualities that affirm Bach’s brilliance as a composer. Creativity, originality, and boldness are on display in these ground-breaking concertos that feature novel combinations of solo instruments and an unprecedented solo cadenza for harpsichord – unheard of at the time.…Find out more »
Experience the artistry of each Tafelmusik musician in this playful showcase of sounds and styles, from baroque to galant. Fifteen soloists and fourteen concertos are featured in this playful mix-and-match showcase of Tafelmusik’s artistry. Music Director Elisa Citterio conceived this concert as a challenge to each musician, inviting them to flex their musical muscles as soloists and leaders. The program pairs movements from different concertos — occasionally even by different composers — creating a kaleidoscope of sounds and styles, from…Find out more »
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