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Toronto, Ontario M5E1B4 Canada

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December 2017

Candide

December 28 @ 8:00 pm

  Voltaire’s irresistible—and censored!—masterwork becomes great music theatre. Upstaged by West Side Story but never obscured, the operetta has become the darling of opera companies and Broadway through the sheer power of its drama, music and imaginative splendor. Featuring Tonatiuh Abrego, Vania Chan, Elizabeth Beeler and Cian Horrobin.   Conductor: Derek Bate. Stage Director: Guillermo Silva-Marin   www.torontooperetta.com

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Candide

December 30 @ 8:00 pm

  Voltaire’s irresistible—and censored!—masterwork becomes great music theatre. Upstaged by West Side Story but never obscured, the operetta has become the darling of opera companies and Broadway through the sheer power of its drama, music and imaginative splendor. Featuring Tonatiuh Abrego, Vania Chan, Elizabeth Beeler and Cian Horrobin.   Conductor: Derek Bate. Stage Director: Guillermo Silva-Marin   www.torontooperetta.com

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Candide

December 31 @ 3:00 pm

  Voltaire’s irresistible—and censored!—masterwork becomes great music theatre. Upstaged by West Side Story but never obscured, the operetta has become the darling of opera companies and Broadway through the sheer power of its drama, music and imaginative splendor. Featuring Tonatiuh Abrego, Vania Chan, Elizabeth Beeler and Cian Horrobin.   Conductor: Derek Bate. Stage Director: Guillermo Silva-Marin   www.torontooperetta.com

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January 2018

Candide

January 5, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

  Voltaire’s irresistible—and censored!—masterwork becomes great music theatre. Upstaged by West Side Story but never obscured, the operetta has become the darling of opera companies and Broadway through the sheer power of its drama, music and imaginative splendor. Featuring Tonatiuh Abrego, Vania Chan, Elizabeth Beeler and Cian Horrobin.   Conductor: Derek Bate. Stage Director: Guillermo Silva-Marin   www.torontooperetta.com

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Candide

January 6, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

  Voltaire’s irresistible—and censored!—masterwork becomes great music theatre. Upstaged by West Side Story but never obscured, the operetta has become the darling of opera companies and Broadway through the sheer power of its drama, music and imaginative splendor. Featuring Tonatiuh Abrego, Vania Chan, Elizabeth Beeler and Cian Horrobin.   Conductor: Derek Bate. Stage Director: Guillermo Silva-Marin   www.torontooperetta.com

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Candide

January 7, 2018 @ 3:00 pm

  Voltaire’s irresistible—and censored!—masterwork becomes great music theatre. Upstaged by West Side Story but never obscured, the operetta has become the darling of opera companies and Broadway through the sheer power of its drama, music and imaginative splendor. Featuring Tonatiuh Abrego, Vania Chan, Elizabeth Beeler and Cian Horrobin.   Conductor: Derek Bate. Stage Director: Guillermo Silva-Marin   www.torontooperetta.com

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Brentano Quartet with Soprano Dawn Upshaw

January 11, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

Founded in 1992, the Brentano Quartet just celebrated its 25th anniversary season. The quartet performs music spanning from the Renaissance, through the beloved Classical and Romantic literature, up to music of today’s composers. The Brentano played their Bach Project for MTO in November 2003 (Bach’s Art of the Fugue with 10 modern compositions) and Fragments, the incomplete thoughts of great composers, in September 2012. They succeeded the Tokyo as quartet-in-residence at Yale in 2014. Dawn Upshaw has achieved worldwide celebrity…

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Stephen Hough

January 23, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

Stephen Hough is regarded as a renaissance man. He has distinguished himself as a true polymath, both as a uniquely insightful concert pianist, and as a writer and composer. In 2001 Mr. Hough was the first classical performing artist to win a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship (colloquially called the genius awards). Many of Mr. Hough’s catalogue of over 50 albums have garnered international prizes, including the Deutsche Schallplattenpreis, Diapason d’Or, Monde de la Musique, several Grammy nominations, eight Gramophone Magazine Awards…

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February 2018

St. Lawrence Quartet

February 1, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

Established in 1989, the SLSQ came to Music TORONTO in 1992 and continues annually. The SLSQ has developed an undisputed reputation as one of the world’s great ensembles. Called “witty, buoyant, and wickedly attentive” (the Gazette, Montreal), with a “peerless” sense of ensemble (Financial Times, London), the quartet has been the Ensemble-in-Residence at Stanford University since 1998. In 2016-17, the SLSQ toured Italy, Paris, London, and the Netherlands, played a three-concert series at Stanford Live, and paid return visits to…

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I Due Figaro

February 4, 2018 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Rediscovered in 2009, this 1826 opera by Saverio Mercadante turns out to be a jewel of the Bel Canto style, brilliant and graceful.  Music Director: Narmina Afandiyeva.  Featuring Beste Kalender; Ilana Zarankin; Holly Chaplin; and Nicholas Borg.

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Alexei Lubimov

February 6, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

Born in Moscow in 1944, Alexei Lubimov premiered many 20th century pieces in Russia, despite heavy Soviet criticism of his commitment to Western music. Since political restrictions were lifted during the 1980s, he has given solo recitals throughout the world, appeared with leading symphony orchestras, and worked regularly with early music ensembles. His recordings have been issued on the Melodia, Erato, BIS, Sony. ECM and Harmonia Mundi labels Mr. Lubimov performed and recorded with the Toronto Symphony under Jukka-Pekka Saraste…

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Island Time!

February 18, 2018 @ 3:00 pm

Featuring Liam Teague, steelpan soloist. James Gourlay, Conductor. Bach, Brass and Calypso come together for an afternoon of remarkable virtuosity and the sounds of sunshine.

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Apollon Musagete Quartet

February 22, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

MTO introduced this young Polish quartet to Toronto audiences in November 2015 – and then invited them to return. Founded in 2006, they met in Vienna, and were mentored by the legendary Alban Berg Quartett. They have won many awards, the latest being a prestigious Borletti-Buitoni Trust Award in 2014. “Clever programming and stylish interpretation – it is no surprise that the four young Polish members of the Apollon Musagète have risen to the very top of their profession.” –…

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March 2018

Penderecki Quartet

March 15, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

The Penderecki String Quartet celebrated its 30th anniversary season in 2016. These four musicians from Poland, Canada, and the USA bring their varied yet collective experience to create performances that demonstrate their “remarkable range of technical excellence and emotional sweep” (Globe and Mail, Toronto). Their recent schedule has included concerts in New York, Amsterdam, Los Angeles, St. Petersburg, Paris, Prague, Berlin, Rome, Belgrade, Zagreb, Atlanta, as well as appearances at international festivals in Poland, Lithuania, Italy, Venezuela, Brazil, and China.…

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The Ecstasy of Rita Joe

March 24, 2018 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

By Victor Davies.  A World Premiere.  Now an opera based on the extraordinary play by George Ryga, The Ecstacy of Rita Joe is a contemporary tragedy that condemns the brutality of a system that sentenced Indigenous peoples to lives of social and spiritual poverty.  Conductor:  Robert Cooper.  Marion Newman is Rita Joe.  Also featuring Evan Korbut; Everett Morrison; Michelle Lafferty; and Michael Robert-Broder.

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The Ecstasy of Rita Joe

March 25, 2018 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

By Victor Davies.  A World Premiere.  Now an opera based on the extraordinary play by George Ryga, The Ecstacy of Rita Joe is a contemporary tragedy that condemns the brutality of a system that sentenced Indigenous peoples to lives of social and spiritual poverty.  Conductor:  Robert Cooper.  Marion Newman is Rita Joe.  Also featuring Evan Korbut; Everett Morrison; Michelle Lafferty; and Michael Robert-Broder.  

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Denes Varjon

March 27, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

Hungarian pianist Dénes Várjon made his Toronto debut in February 2015 and we discovered his commanding virtuosity. At the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, he studied piano with Sándor Falvai and chamber music with György Kurtág and Ferenc Rados, finishing his studies in 1991. He is a regular guest at the most prestigious festivals world-wide, has performed with major orchestras throughout Europe and in the US, and is a deeply committed chamber musician. Dénes Várjon has recorded for Naxos, Capriccio…

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April 2018

Dutch Treats

April 8, 2018 @ 3:00 pm

Featuring Joe Alessi, trombone soloist.  Johan deMeij, Conductor. Joe Alessi and acclaimed conductor, Johan de Meij, make a return appearance for an extraordinary season finale filled with virtuosity and artistry.

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Schumann Quartet

April 12, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

Toronto Debut The three brothers Mark, Erik and Ken Schumann, who grew up in the Rhineland, have been playing together since 2007. In 2012, they were joined by violist Liisa Randalu, who was born in the Estonian capital, Tallinn, and grew up in Karlsruhe, Germany. CDs, study with the Alban Berg Quartet, a residency of many years at the Robert-Schumann-Saal in Düsseldorf, winning the prestigious Concours de Bordeaux along with other awards – it all adds up to an exciting…

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La Belle Helene

April 25, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

The beautiful Helen got the Golden Apple from Paris and left some rather irate goddess “in the dust! Long before her fabled trip to Troy, there was much singing, frolicking, amusement and hanky-panky in the city of Athens. Featuring Beste Kalender, Adam Fisher, and Stuart Graham. Conductor: Peter Tiefenbach. Stage Director: Guillermo Silva-Marin www.torontooperetta.com

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La Belle Helene

April 27, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

The beautiful Helen got the Golden Apple from Paris and left some rather irate goddess “in the dust! Long before her fabled trip to Troy, there was much singing, frolicking, amusement and hanky-panky in the city of Athens. Featuring Beste Kalender, Adam Fisher, and Stuart Graham. Conductor: Peter Tiefenbach. Stage Director: Guillermo Silva-Marin www.torontooperetta.com

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La Belle Helene

April 28, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

The beautiful Helen got the Golden Apple from Paris and left some rather irate goddess “in the dust! Long before her fabled trip to Troy, there was much singing, frolicking, amusement and hanky-panky in the city of Athens. Featuring Beste Kalender, Adam Fisher, and Stuart Graham. Conductor: Peter Tiefenbach. Stage Director: Guillermo Silva-Marin www.torontooperetta.com

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La Belle Helene

April 29, 2018 @ 3:00 pm

The beautiful Helen got the Golden Apple from Paris and left some rather irate goddess “in the dust! Long before her fabled trip to Troy, there was much singing, frolicking, amusement and hanky-panky in the city of Athens. Featuring Beste Kalender, Adam Fisher, and Stuart Graham. Conductor: Peter Tiefenbach. Stage Director: Guillermo Silva-Marin www.torontooperetta.com

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May 2018

Hockey Noir – The Opera

May 10, 2018 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Hockey Noir – The Opera:  a bilingual chamber opera in 3 periods. Continuum is thrilled to present our first full-scale multimedia opera in this special collaboration. Set in the 1950s, the classic hockey rivalry between Toronto and Montreal takes centre stage with a side of organized crime. Love, lust, scandal, blood, betrayal – in sudden death, who wins and who loses is determined not by fate but by the final shot. Co-produced with Ensemble contemporain de Montreal and the Toronto…

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Hockey Noir – The Opera

May 11, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Hockey Noir – The Opera:  a bilingual chamber opera in 3 periods. Continuum is thrilled to present our first full-scale multimedia opera in this special collaboration. Set in the 1950s, the classic hockey rivalry between Toronto and Montreal takes centre stage with a side of organized crime. Love, lust, scandal, blood, betrayal – in sudden death, who wins and who loses is determined not by fate but by the final shot. Co-produced with Ensemble contemporain de Montreal and the Toronto…

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