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Mysterious Barricades - Toronto concert

Mysterious Barricades is a cross-Canada concert in honour of World Suicide Prevention Day. Free concerts from coast to coast present 22 continuous hours of music to raise awareness about mental illness and health, encourage public discourse, and raise funds for education and support of those at risk and those impacted by suicide. See mysteriousbarricades.org for details. 

Toronto concert includes Russell Braun, Judy Loman, Carolyn Maule, Lorna MacDonald, Nathalie Paulin, Monica Whicher and Tracy Wong.

Cadence Pop-Up Concert

Join Cadence for a free outdoors Pop-Up lunchtime concert at the Royal Conservatory of Music to spread the word about their upcoming A Cappella Bootcamp! This Juno-Nominated vocal group has been wowing audiences across the country and around the world for nearly 20 years, and is looking forward to host their 3rd annual Bootcamp at the Royal Conservatory of Music.

Opera For All 2017

A Community in Concert

Maestro Alvaro Lozano Gutierrez conducts a chorus of over 100 community singers from the MNjcc’s Opera for All, SICA Opera and Opera Studio programs.
Hear favourite opera choruses and solos from Madame Butterfly, Tosca, Carmen and more! With Pianist Clive Walton.

Doors Open at 6:30pm

concert held at Trinity St. Paul’s
427 Bloor Street West

Purchase tickets in advance on Eventbrite!

Katia and Marielle Labèque

“The best piano duo in front of an audience today.” (The New York Times) Katia and Marielle Labèque are sibling pianists renowned for their ensemble of synchronicity and energy. “Whether Mozart or Stravinsky, their musical line always sounds as if it’s being woven for the very first time ... the illusion of improvisation is the genius of their performances … there is a deceptive sprezzatura that is born of throwing the preparation to the winds and hanging onto each other’s ears.” (The Times)

Yuja Wang

“Quite simply, the most dazzlingly, uncannily gifted pianist in the concert world today, and there’s nothing left to do but sit back, listen and marvel at her artistry.” (San Francisco Chronicle) Returning for her fourth Koerner Hall appearance, Chinese pianist Yuja Wang is widely recognized for playing that combines the spontaneity and fearless imagination of youth with the discipline and precision of a mature artist. “One of the most gifted pianists of her generation … A passionate performer, Ms.

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