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In the Gallery in the J
Illustrations by Yaara Eshet after poems by Ronna Bloom, an exhibition of loss, longing, compassion and a bowl of soup.
Join Yaara Eshet and Ronna Bloom for a conversation on their creative process in poetry, art, inspiration and collaboration on December 3 at 4:00pm
Info: (416) 924-6211 x250

The Hebrew Hammer with Adam Goldberg and Jonathan Kesselman

Don’t miss a special screening of the 2003 comedy, The Hebrew Hammer with the Adam Goldberg (the star of the film) and Writer/Director Jonathan Kesselman in attendance.
A Jewish blaxploitation crime fighter known as the Hebrew Hammer must save Chanukah from the evil son of Santa Claus.
This screening is a fundraiser for the sequel to The Hebrew Hammer, The Hebrew Hammer vs. Hiter.
In the Al Green Theatre in the Miles Nadal JCC
750 Spadina Avenue.


A singular force of nature, Mexican ranchera singer Chavela Vargas dared to live openly and proudly as a queer diva who followed in nobody’s footsteps as she pushed her culture’s boundaries. A controversial icon who spoke her mind, dressed against the norm, and created beautiful music, Vargas was also a tortured soul who struggled with alcoholism and fame. With never-before-seen interview footage, the award-winning Chavela gives you the chance to discover this extraordinary woman­­­-her story, wisdom, infectious spirit and emotionally stirring art.

I Am Canada: Celebrating Canadian Picture Book Art

Children's picture books tell many stories about what it is like to grow up in Canada. This exhibit celebrates the work of best-loved Canadian illustrators who bring these stories to life.

I Am Canada showcases original picture book art from Toronto Public Library's Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books and the private collection of Scholastic Canada, which has been introducing young people to the joys of reading for 60 years.

Mozart's Piano

Kristian Bezuidenhout brings Mozart’s fortepiano to life in a program of 18th-century keyboard gems and orchestral works.

 "Bezuidenhout is a prince of the fortepiano" – The London Times, UK

Elisa's Italian Adventure

Take a Grand Tour across baroque Italy with Tafelmusik’s new Music Director, Elisa Citterio, as she leads you through the sights, sounds, and tastes of her home country in Elisa’s Italian Adventure from October 11-15 at Jeanne Lamon Hall, Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre. From Vivaldi’s “Autumn” to Fontana’s sonatas (written in Elisa’s hometown, Brescia), Steffani’s dramatic suites to Locatelli’s energetic concertos, the innovations and passions of Italy’s musicians are all to be found here.


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