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Culture Days: Tafelmusik Quartet

Join members of Tafelmusik in celebrating Culture Days with a free quartet performance at the Gardiner Museum among the baroque and rococo pieces in the European Porcelain Galleries.

Features a performance and Q&A with Christopher Verrette (violin), Julia Wedman (violin), Christina Mahler (cello), and Lucas Harris (lute).

FREE admission to the Gardiner Museum: Come early or stay after the performance and explore the exhibits at the Gardiner Museum on Sun Sept 28

Sun Sept 28 at 2PM

Bertrand Belin

Bertrand Belin enhances the French music scene. Everyone agrees that his last album, Parcs, is a success. Bucolic wanderings within hearing, his sophisticated lyrics are improved by cut out words. The effective fragility of his lyrical texts creates an addictive melancholy. The singer captivates, shaped with his deep voice – which has more than once compared him to Alain Bashung.

Liz McComb

Toronto’s Alliance Française is proud to offer three one-off concerts of Liz McComb, American jazz singer, songwriter and pianist, who loves Paris and had been given the nickname « la pasionaria du gospel ».

Laurent Coq trio, Dialogue

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.

The Play of Daniel

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.

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