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Ten Types of Tenors part II

Opera Appreciation with Iain Scott
Discover the wonderful range of the tenor repertory, including such operatic giants as Enrico Caruso, Jon Vickers, Beniamino Gigli and Luciano Pavarotti.
Mondays: Nov 13 – Dec 4, 1:30 – 3:30 pm
November 13 “Mozart” and “Spiel” Tenors
November 20 “Lyric” and “Spinto” Tenors
November 27 “Dramatic” and “Robusto” Tenors
December 4 “Jugendliche” and “Helden” Tenors
Drop-in: $22
Info: lisar@mnjcc.org (416) 924-6211 x155

Ten Types of Tenors

Opera Appreciation with Iain Scott
Discover the wonderful range of the tenor repertory, including such operatic giants as Enrico Caruso, Jon Vickers, Beniamino Gigli and Luciano Pavarotti.
Mondays: Nov 6 – Dec 4, 1:30 – 3:30 pm
November 6 “Counter” and “Leggiero” Tenors
November 13 “Mozart” and “Spiel” Tenors
November 20 “Lyric” and “Spinto” Tenors
November 27 “Dramatic” and “Robusto” Tenors
December 4 “Jugendliche” and “Helden” Tenors
Series: $90, Drop-in: $22

Book Launch of “Love and Laughter in the Time of Chemotherapy” (Second Story Press) by Manjusha Pawagi

A unexpected, wry, and funny memoir about one woman's experience with Cancer."

Manjusha Pawagi is a family court judge and author of the international best-seller “The Girl Who Hated Books.” Join us as we launch her memoir “Love and Laughter in the Time of Chemotherapy.” 

Discussion of “Pan-Africanism and Communism” (Africa World Press) with Author Professor Hakim Adi

Join us for a Skype presentation and discussion of "Pan-Africanism and Communism" (Africa World Press) with Author Professor Hakim Adi as we recognize the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution.

 

A Different Booklist Cultural Centre

777-779 Bathurst Street

Toronto, ON M5S 0B7

Book Launch of “How We Did It” (Penguin Random House) by Karl Subban and Scott Colby

We’ve partnered with The Randolph Theatre and Penguin Random House  for an exciting evening with Karl Subban and Scott Colby as they launch their new book “How We Did It.”

 

The ultimate hockey dad, Karl Subban is a former school principal and father of five, including three sons--P.K., Malcolm and Jordan--who have been drafted to the NHL. Karl's inspirational and moving story follows the hockey journey from house league to the big leagues and shows how to grow the unlimited potential that is in every child.

 

Book Launch of “Sam & Eva” (Simon and Schuster) by Debbie Ridpath Ohi

Debbie Ridpath Ohi is an innovative and award-winning multimedia artist. Debbie Ridpath Ohi did cartoon wars back in school with her friend Reid, then later with her nieces and nephews. She still loves creative collaboration. Debbie is the author/illustrator of Where Are My Books? Her illustrations also appear in New York Times Notable I’m Bored by Michael Ian Black, Sea Monkey and Bob by Aaron Reynolds, books by Judy Blume and others. 

Book Launch of “The Classroom as Privileged Space: Psychoanalytic Paradigms for Social Justice in Pedagogy” (Lexington Books) by Dr. Tapo Chimbganda

Dr. Tapo Chimbganda is an expert in psychotherapy who is deeply involved in the mental health community in Canada. Join us for the launch of Dr. Chimbganda’s new book, “The Classroom as Privileged Space: Psychoanalytic Paradigms for Social Justice in Pedagogy” which examines the psychic and emotional effects of the dehumanization of children based on social discrimination and difference within schooling.

 

A Different Booklist Cultural Centre

777-779 Bathurst Street

Toronto, ON M5S 0B7

Book launch of "Dreams of Re-Creation in Jamaica: The Holocaust, Internment, Jewish Refugees in Gibraltar Camp, Jamaican Jews and Sephardim." (FriesenPress)

Join Professor Diana Cooper-Clark as she explores the intersection of culture and a “hidden” history in the Holocaust narrative with the launch of her new book “Dreams of Re-Creation in Jamaica: The Holocaust, Internment, Jewish Refugees in Gibraltar Camp, Jamaican Jews and Sephardim."  

 

A Different Booklist Cultural Centre

777-779 Bathurst Street

Toronto, ON M5S 0B7

Book Launch of “The Black Peacock” by Rachel Manley (Cormorant Books)

Please join us for the Toronto launch of “The Black Peacock,” the debut novel by Governor General’s Literary Award-winning author Rachel Manley.

The Black Peacock reads like great poetry. Its language is exquisite, rich with enduring images and memorable characters who try to navigate their way through life and love’s strange games and contradictions. Lethe and Daniel’s love story is both triumphant and a heartbreak, set against a stark yet beautiful, stubborn but forgiving background. A must read.” – Marina Nemat

 

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