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Gryphon Trio

Now in its 23rd year, the Gryphon Trio has impressed international audiences and the press with its highly refined, dynamic performances and has firmly established itself as one of the world’s preeminent piano trios. 

BEETHOVEN Piano Trio in B Flat Major, Op. 11
WIJERATNE Love Triangle
BRAHMS Piano Quartet No. 2 in A Major, Op. 26

Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park

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

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 |



Belleville, les Petits Nouveaux from Paris to Toronto

The historic neighbourhood of Belleville, Paris intersects the boarders of the 19th and 20th arrondissements. Belleville has been a hotbed of French culture and has hosted the likes of Django Reinhard and Édith Piaf. Les Petits Nouveaux and vocalist Denielle Bassels will take you on a journey to Bellleville with original compositions and their interpretation of classics. Aline Homzy (violin), Andy Mac (guitar), Mikko hildén – Swedish musician (guitar), Tak Arikushi (guitar), special guests: (double bassist) TBC, and Deniell Bassels (guest vocalist).

Italian fervour in London

Many were the foreign musicians who came to London at the end of the 17th century to try their luck. This capital, especially open to European influences, saw the flourishing of a virtuoso, passionate and flamboyant style, a blend of Italy’s sensuality and England’s harmonic originality. On the program, works of Corelli, Purcell, Geminiani and Finger.

Portraits of Georgian Bay

A concert featuring original music by young composers of the province, evocative of Canada’s wide-open spaces, and in particular, the beauty of Ontario. With the Spectrum Ensemble: Anna Atkinson (violin), Lydia Munchinsky (cello), Tim Crouch (flute), Juan Olivares (clarinet), Chris Pruden (piano), and the group Georgian Bay, consisting of Kelly Lefaive and Joëlle Westman (vocals, violin and guitar). Concert in conjunction with the APCM’s Prix Trille Or Award Night.

 Concert in conjunction with the APCM’s Prix Trille Or Award Night

Etienne Brûlé: a rock opera

In 2013, the students of Paul Vaillant-Couturier College in France discovered Étienne Brûlé, born in their city. This misunderstood and courageous hero fascinated them. They wrote presentation letters to be accepted into the class dedicated to the project. Twenty-six of them were selected. For two years, they wrote texts, then learned to sing them and to move on stage. The show was a great success. For a week, these 26 budding actors will be in Ontario to walk in Étienne Brûlé’s Canadian footsteps. Come applaud their show!

Lomax project

Alan Lomax tribute concert in honour of this great ethnomusicologist and famous for having one of the most extensive collections of music in the world. He helped many artists become known, including Woody Guthrie. With four renowned musicians: Jayme Stone (banjo), Moira Smiley (voice, accordion), Sumaia Jackson (violin) and Joe Phillips (double bass).


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