Come hear the very best of early music players and singers right here in KW. As usual we will be playing on period instruments with the sound and energized style of historically-inspired performers.
Howard Dyck, Conductor
Agnes Zsigovics soprano, Daniel Taylor countertenor
Michael Schade tenor, Sean Watson bass-baritone
John Thiessen Baroque trumpet
Jan Overduin harpsichord
NBBP Players & Singers
As a warm-up to the full performance, why not also participate a day earlier (April 12th) in a “Sing-along Messiah” NBBP Fundraiser? Local choral legend Howard Dyck will lead the entire audience, along with the NBBP Orchestra & Choir and soloists, through Messiah choruses, ...
Location: Koerner Hall, Toronto Ontario, CA
The Western Wind with Guest Actors and Erica Gould, Stage Director
Location: The Fraunces Tavern Museum Flag Gallery, 54 Pearl Street, New York NY, US
Location: Trinity-St. Paul Centre, 427 Bloor St. West, Toronto ON, CA
"The Lute Society of America is pleased to announce the application process for Student Scholarships for the 2014 Cleveland Lute Festival is now open. ...
Location: Trinity-St. Paul's Centre, Toronto Ontario, CA
(UK) NPR Article: "A Kid Named Carl Stirs Up The Bach Musical Dynasty" by Tom Huizenga (08 Mar 2014)
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