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27 Front Street East, Toronto, Ontario M5E1B4 Canada

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February 2017

African Canadian Achievement Awards

February 25 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The African Canadian Achievement Awards, the Black Canadian community’s premiere Black History Month event, honours and celebrates contemporary Black history-makers. Founded in 1985, The African Canadian Achievement Awards (ACAA) identifies and highlights the exemplary achievements of distinguished African Canadians in 15 categories: Art/Entertainment, Business, Community Service, Education, Law, Management, Media, Medicine, Parenting, Politics, Religion, Science, Sports, Youth Achievement and Lifetime Achievement. Over its 31-year existence, ACAA has honoured over 350 remarkably high-achieving African-Canadians (contemporary Black history-makers), including Canadian jazz icon…

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March 2017

Prazak Quartet

March 2 @ 8:00 pm

The Prazak, established in 1972 while its members were students at the Prague Conservatory, gained international prominence when the quartet won the Evian String Quartet Competition in 1978. For more than 30 years, the Prazak Quartet has been at home on music stages worldwide and has released more than 50 award-winning CDs on the Praga label. In 2015, Jana Vonášková joined the group as first violinist, succeeding Pavel Hula, who retired due to health concerns. Ms. Vonášková is a graduate…

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When Sisters Speak

March 4 @ 8:00 pm

When Sisters Speak is North America’s largest and longest running showcase of Black spoken word poets. This is definitely not the poetry you studied in school! Curated annually by Scarborough Walk of Fame inductee Dwayne Morgan, When Sisters Speak brings together six poets from different walks of life and different cities across North America to discuss their perspectives on the world that they share, through the lens of being Black women. Now in its 17th year, the show is even…

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Stuart Hamilton Memorial Celebration

March 5 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Opera In Concert celebrates the life and legacy of Stuart Hamilton in a memorial presentation that includes artists directly associated with Stuart and Opera In Concert. Showcasing his favourite music and readings from Stuart’s own book, Opening Windows.   Tickets are not available online – only in-person at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts’ Box Office or  over the phone.

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Philharmonia Quartett Berlin

March 16 @ 8:00 pm

Celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2015 since its foundation in 1985, the Philharmonia Quartett Berlin has established itself as a world-renowned string quartet, be it in Europe, the US, Japan, or South America. This is the quartet’s 8th concert for us. Until the sudden death of the cellist, Jan Diesselhorst in February of 2009, the quartet played in their original cast: Daniel Stabrawa, violin; Christian Stadelmann, violin; Neithard Resa, viola. With cellist Dietmar Schwalke, the quartet has been able to…

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Khovanshchina

March 26 @ 2:30 pm

Khovanshchina: The Khovansky Affair AN RUSSIAN OPERA WITH ENGLISH SURTITLES Mussorgsky is gloriously front and centre in this gripping tale of conflict between the old ways of the ancient Rus and the new world introduced by Peter and Great. Music Director and Pianist: Narmina Afandiyeva Cast: Emilia Boteva, Andrey Andreychik, Dion Mazerolle The VOICEBOX Chorus Chorus Director: Robert Cooper

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April 2017

I’m Still Here

April 1 @ 7:30 pm

Dora Mavor Moore Award winner Paula Wolfson promises to rock, serenade and delight you with her “coming of age” cabaret “I’m Still Here.” Stay afterwards for birthday cake! Early Bird tickets $30 until December 24, 2016   The sassy, brassy Wolfson has awesome pipes, and is as good an actor (and comic) as she is a singer.” – Jon Kaplan, NOW Magazine – Ten Artists To Watch “There’s only pleasure in the work of PAULA WOLFSON, a mega-watt talent…” –…

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The Chocolate Soldier

April 26 @ 8:00 pm

Based on Bernard Shaw’s enormously popular Arms and the Man, Straus’ big hit paved the way for My Fair Lady in its seamless interweaving of hummable  melodies and a hysterical comedy of manners. Conductor: Peter Tiefenbach Stage Director: Guillermo Silva-Marin With Jennifer Taverner, Anna Macdonald, Stefan Fehr, Michael Nyby

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The Chocolate Soldier

April 28 @ 8:00 pm

Based on Bernard Shaw’s enormously popular Arms and the Man, Straus’ big hit paved the way for My Fair Lady in its seamless interweaving of hummable  melodies and a hysterical comedy of manners. Conductor: Peter Tiefenbach Stage Director: Guillermo Silva-Marin With Jennifer Taverner, Anna Macdonald, Stefan Fehr, Michael Nyby

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The Chocolate Soldier

April 29 @ 3:00 pm

Based on Bernard Shaw’s enormously popular Arms and the Man, Straus’ big hit paved the way for My Fair Lady in its seamless interweaving of hummable  melodies and a hysterical comedy of manners. Conductor: Peter Tiefenbach Stage Director: Guillermo Silva-Marin With Jennifer Taverner, Anna Macdonald, Stefan Fehr, Michael Nyby

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The Chocolate Soldier

April 30 @ 3:00 pm

Based on Bernard Shaw’s enormously popular Arms and the Man, Straus’ big hit paved the way for My Fair Lady in its seamless interweaving of hummable  melodies and a hysterical comedy of manners. Conductor: Peter Tiefenbach Stage Director: Guillermo Silva-Marin With Jennifer Taverner, Anna Macdonald, Stefan Fehr, Michael Nyby

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May 2017

Coronation St Peter Barlow: Prodigal Son Tour

May 2 @ 7:30 pm

Played by award-winning actor Chris Gascoyne since 2000, Peter is the lovable bad boy on Britain’s longest-running TV drama, Coronation Street. Peter is famous for his slick ways with the ladies and ability to get away with just about everything. There’s always somebody willing to forgive the Cassanova of the cobbles with his lying, cheating, hard-living ways and the tattooed former sailor from Portsmouth remains a fan favourite. This insightful, entertaining and fast-paced hosted onstage interview is a rare opportunity…

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Write Off the Keyboard Main Stage

May 4 @ 8:00 pm

The Write Off the Keyboard Main Stage concert showcases those figures who not only interpreted with formidable mastery but wrote exceptional music from the piano’s vantage point: Liszt, Chopin and Rachmaninoff, and Canadians Harry Somers and Adam Sherkin. In a programme that includes four iconic piano composers of the instrument’s history, the Write Off the Keyboard Main Stage concert showcases those figures who not only interpreted with formidable mastery but wrote exceptional music from the piano’s vantage point. The fire…

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Spring Fling

May 7 @ 3:00 pm

The perfect way to celebrate spring, Canada’s trombone wizard, conductor and entertainer, Alain Tudel, brings a display of vernal virtuosity to our stage in an old-fashioned Concert in the Park with a modern twist. Principal Conductor and trombone soloist: Alain Trudel A Concert in the Park to celebrate the season.

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New York Voices

May 26 @ 8:00 pm

Returning to SING! and celebrating 30 years of touring and recording, this critically-acclaimed vocal group has refined their musical story to a high art. They are known for their close-knit voicings, inspired arrangements and unparalleled vocal blend. With deep interests rooted in jazz, Brazilian, R&B, classical, and pop, their music mixes traditional sensibilities with more than a dash of the unexpected. NYV has travelled the globe with their elegant music, amazing audiences the world over with their impeccable voices and…

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June 2017

Galope Offenbachienne

June 4 @ 3:00 pm

A tribute to Jacques Offenbach. Offenbach revolutionized music theatre in Paris at the time when polite society feared offence and vulgarity. Soon enough, the adoring crowds could not get enough of the humour, melody and fierce satire of French operetta. Music Director and Pianist: Michael Rose

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