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Musicians from Marlboro

The Musicians from Marlboro performers include Michelle Ross (violin), Scott St. John (violin), Emily Deans (viola), Maiya Papach (viola), Matthew Zalkind (cello) and Gabriele Carcano (piano).

HAYDN Piano Trio in G Major, Hob. XV:25
ADÈS Arcadiana
FAURÉ Piano Trio in D Minor, Op. 120
BRAHMS String Quintet in G Major, Op. 111

Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park
$40, $25 senior, $10 student
Tickets: 416-408-0208 |



Exhibition Opening: Sharing Our Stories: The Baltic Diaspora at Home in Canada

On Saturday, March 4th at 2pm at Tartu College, the Baltic Imprints Snapshot Stories collaborative project exhibit Sharing Our Stories: The Baltic Diaspora at Home in Canada will be opening. The Canadian Baltic Immigrant Aid Society, Lithuanian Museum-Archives, Lativian National Federation, and Estonian Studies Centre/VEMU are the collaborative team behind this project of sharing the common stories of the Baltic people.

Live to Move

In the Gallery at the MNjcc
Photography by Arthur Poirier
January 5 - 30
Opening reception January 12, 6:00 pm. Includes Invictus Games Presentation.
Closing reception January 30, 6:00 pm. Includes Indigenous Games Presentation.Amateur and semi-pro athletes inspire a healthy lifestyle.
Info: (416) 924-6211 x250

Toronto Jewish Film Society presents Apples from the Desert

(Israel, 2014, Matti Harari & Arik Lubetzky directors, 96 min)
With guest speaker Rabbi Elyse Goldstein
When Rebecca’s curiosity leads her beyond the traditionsof her Jerusalem home, she confronts questionsof faith, identity, and belonging in modern Israel—forcing her parents to do the same. From the story by Savyon Liebrecht and starring Moran Rosenblatt. In Hebrew with English subtitles.
Co-presented with City Shul and Spotlight on Israeli Culture
Al Green Theatre in the Miles Nadal JCC

Toronto Jewish Film Society presents The Infidel

(UK, 2010, Josh Appignanesi director, 105 minutes)
Guest Speaker: Critic Mark Clamen
A slapstick, hilarious, and irreverent take on contemporary Jewish and Muslim cultures, The Infidel tells the story of Mahmud, a modern east London Muslim cabbie who discovers late in life that he was adopted - and Jewish.

2 screenings: 4:00 & 7:00 pm
Al Green Theatre
in the Miles Nadal JCC
Individual tickets available in person only (sorry, no online or advance ticket sales):


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