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UofT 12TET with Ineke van Doorn and Marc van Vugt

TERRY PROMANE director
INEKE VAN DOORN vocals and MARC VAN VUGT guitar

With fairy-like sounds, funky arrangements, modern music full of harrowing and twisting harmonies and sadly comforting songs, singer Ineke van Doorn and guitarist Marc van Vugt explore the boundaries between improvisation and composition, in original songs with regular lyrics and in pure improvisations, by giving their characteristic interpretation of standards or by amalgamation of different musical expressions.

Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park

The Artist's Life Through Song: Paint Me a Song

Paint Me a Song with Krisztina Szabó, mezzo-soprano, Christopher Enns, tenor and Steven Philcox, piano

An evening of song including Ben Moore’s Dear Theo, inspired by the letter correspondence between Vincent van Gogh and his brother Theo, Four Short Songs by John Beckwith, and the premiere of this year's Canadian Art Song Project commission Miss Carr in Seven Scenes by Jeffrey Ryan, based on the journal writings of Emily Carr.

Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park

Music and Poetry

[Part of the Thursdays at Noon Series]

Soprano Monica Whicher, pianist Steven Philcox and speaker Eric Domville perform Schumann’s Liederkreis, Op. 24.

Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park
Free

Handel Alexander's Feast

Experience the drama of Handel’s ode to the power of music.

“A sense of cohesion and purpose that is what music-making on the highest level is all about.” – The Globe and Mail (on Tafelmusik Choir and orchestra)

Welcome to the Persian city of Persepolis! Come feast your senses with Alexander the Great and his mistress Thaïs. Timotheus will be present, singing and playing his lyre.

Handel Alexander's Feast

Experience the drama of Handel’s ode to the power of music.

“A sense of cohesion and purpose that is what music-making on the highest level is all about.” – The Globe and Mail (on Tafelmusik Choir and orchestra)

Welcome to the Persian city of Persepolis! Come feast your senses with Alexander the Great and his mistress Thaïs. Timotheus will be present, singing and playing his lyre.

Handel Alexander's Feast

Experience the drama of Handel’s ode to the power of music.

“A sense of cohesion and purpose that is what music-making on the highest level is all about.” – The Globe and Mail (on Tafelmusik Choir and orchestra)

Welcome to the Persian city of Persepolis! Come feast your senses with Alexander the Great and his mistress Thaïs. Timotheus will be present, singing and playing his lyre.

Handel Alexander's Feast

Experience the drama of Handel’s ode to the power of music.

“A sense of cohesion and purpose that is what music-making on the highest level is all about.” – The Globe and Mail (on Tafelmusik Choir and orchestra)

Welcome to the Persian city of Persepolis! Come feast your senses with Alexander the Great and his mistress Thaïs. Timotheus will be present, singing and playing his lyre.

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