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Enrico Elisi, piano

On October 3, new faculty member Enrico Elisi performs works by Bach, Mendelssohn, Berg, Debussy and Liszt. Born and raised in Bologna, Italy, Dr. Elisi has established himself as one of the most passionate Italian pianists on the concert scene today and has been hailed for his mastery of elegance, refinement and fantasy (La Nueva España). He regularly performs to acclaim throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia. 

Tickets: $40, $25 senior, $10 student  |  416-408-0208



A Mixture of Madness - the fine line between revelation and insanity

There is no wisdom without a mixture of madness.” Aristotle’s famous dictum captures both the madness that is part of wisdom, and the wisdom that is part of madness. Our exploration of this connection features Peter Maxwell Davies’ dramatic and gripping Eight Songs for a Mad King, along with some of Purcell’s Mad Songs, and a new commission from Canadian composer Alice Ho, with text from Phoebe Tsang.

Featuring Ilana Zarankin, soprano; Bruce Kelly, baritone; and Andrew Moodie, actor.

Land of the Silver Birch - songs of Canada's first European settlers

The early explorers and settlers from France and the British Isles brought to Canada a rich treasury of folk songs – and wrote many more about their experiences in their new home. To celebrate the sesquicentennial of Confederation, we offer a selection, from Beethoven’s arrangements of Scottish folk songs, to a brand new set of Canadian songs from Canadian composer Alexander Rapoport.

Featuring Whitney O’Hearn, mezzo soprano; Joel Allison, baritone; and John Fraser, reader.

The delights of Christmas

Classical music concert with Christina Tannous, soprano, and Dominic Boulianne on piano.

On the program: works from Fauré to Schubert, in addition to American and French classics, as well as Spanish Christmas songs.

The whole family will be treated to an entertaining overview of music for the holidays. For children aged 6 and up.

A Tribute to Miriam Makeba

The daughter of the legendary South-African jazz singer Thandie Klaasen, Lorraine is one of the last artists to preserve the classic sound of Township Music. She’ll bring to life the music of one of the greatest African female singers. Co-presented with the Batuki Music Society.


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