The SHIKSA project: traditional folk tunes from the Jewish Diaspora reimagined by today’s composers; a passionate evocation of heritage.
The ZODIAC TRIO: a program of works reflecting the 120 years of the WMCT.
The ELIAS STRING QUARTET will perform Beethoven’s op. 127, then explore how Schubert and Janáček met the challenge of his monumental legacy.
For her first North American appearances, soprano SYLVIA SCHWARTZ brings us a dramatic program of German and Spanish songs.
Artistic director SIMON FRYER has invited his favourite cellists to play music for from one to eight cellos, including Villa-Lobos of course, with the versatile and talented Sarah Slean. Kelly-Marie Murphy’s WMCT commission, an eight-cello work will première this afternoon. Imagine the beauty of a solo cello performance, then multiply that by eight – what could be better?
Concerts take place Thursday afternoons at 1.30 pm in Walter Hall, 80 Queen’s Park (Museum Subway).
Music in the Afternoon is a five-concert series of classical chamber music featuring a dynamic combination of Canadian musicians and international artists, established performers and those on their way to stardom. Well into its second century, the Women’s Musical Club of Toronto presents concerts of exceptional quality, encompassing a wide range of voices and instruments, in repertoire from the Baroque and Classical periods to the 21st century.