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December 2018

 
Dec 18, 2018

Meet Carol Kehoe, Tafelmusik’s New Executive Director

Carol Kehoe, Executive Director. Photo by Sandra Mulder

Tafelmusik’s new Executive Director, Carol Kehoe is an accomplished leader, arts lover, and mentor to many. We chatted with her following the announcement of her new role at Tafelmusik to learn more about her professional journey, favourite artworks, and hopes for the future of Tafelmusik.

Dec 17, 2018

Messiah in the Headlines

By Tim Crouch, Senior Manager, Marketing & Audience Engagement

Tafelmusik’s Messiah has become an annual holiday tradition for many, and this year is no different. There’s been something special in the air this year though, with renewed interest in Tafelmusik’s take on Handel’s masterpiece.

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Dec 15, 2018

My Instrument: Patrick Jordan and his 300 year-old Viennese co-conspirator

Patrick G. Jordan, viola. Photo by Sian Richards.I am particularly interested in the music of the middle to end of the eighteenth century, which is the period that sees the end of what we call the baroque, a flowering of what many refer to as the galant style, and the beginning of the classical era. I have the great good fortune to play a viola that couldn’t be better suited to that repertoire.

Dec 3, 2018

Get to Know Daily Bread Food Bank

Daily Bread CEO Neil Hetherinton

Tafelmusik is thrilled to be partnering with CBC Toronto and Daily Bread Food Bank this year on their Sounds of the Season fundraiser in support of GTA food banks. We chatted with Daily Bread Food Bank CEO Neil Hetherington over email to learn a bit more about their mission, why the holidays are so important, and how we can all get involved.

Tafelmusik: Tell us about the mission of Daily Bread Food Bank. How many people do you serve?