Dialogue is his eighth album as a leader. This time, he presents himself as a duo piano/guitar - a highly demanding orchestration - that turns into an atypical trio with the addition of vocal on half of the repertoire. It is the discovery of guitarist Ralph Lavital who was his student in composition at Edim - and through him singer Nicolas Pelage - that motivated this new musical adventure.
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Already established as one of Canada's most celebrated homegrown artists, Daniela Nardi and her Jazz-World-Cabaret music group Espresso Manifesto, marks a personal as well as musical milestone for this award winning artist.
Opera 5 and Alliance Française de Toronto present a Double Bill of Rarely Performed French Operas.: L'Île du Réve de Reynaldo Hahn, et Ba-ta-clan de Jacques Offenbach.
The grand finale to our season is the greatest masterpiece of Medieval music theatre: a wondrous telling of the story of the writing on the wall and Daniel in the lions’ den.
A full theatrical production, with the Consort Medieval players and singers joined by Kevin Skelton in the role of Daniel, and the young voices of the Viva Youth Singers of Toronto.
Was the great John Dowland, often considered the quintessential English lute master, actually Irish? There’s lots of evidence that he was, and our guest ensemble, featuring tenor Michael Slattery, makes a compelling case.
Guest Director, theorbist Lucas Harris leads the Consort and assembled forces – cornettos, sackbuts, strings, keyboards, and virtuoso singers – in a lavish concert of music from the Viennese court and chapel of Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I.
David Greenberg, who has been called “one of the most impassioned folk-fiddlers you’ll ever hear” joins forces with the Toronto Consort to throw a fabulous Christmas party of rollicking English ballads, infectious country dances and enchanting French noëls.
Renaissance Paris that is!
“GUTSY.” - THE GLOBE AND MAIL