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October 2019

 
Oct 31, 2019

Borrowing Baroque

Antique books on a shelf by Samantha Hurley via Burst.

Oct 29, 2019

Get to know Keiran Campbell, cello

We are thrilled to welcome Keiran Campbell in his first season as a member of Tafelmusik’s core orchestra. We sat down with Keiran to learn a bit more about him.

Keiran Campbell, cello

When did you start playing the cello?

I started when I was eight years old, although I think I tried (unsuccessfully) to play a full-size cello that was almost twice my size when I was much younger than that.

Describe your first music gig

Oct 28, 2019

In Memory of Wolf Erichson

Wolf Erichson. Photo: Sallie Erichson

By Charlotte Nediger, harpsichord/organ

Oct 23, 2019

Get to know James Rolfe, composer

In our 2019/20 Season, we are exploring how "old" can meet "new." This theme runs across our season in many ways, including six short new works by living composers written to complement the programs.
 
We are delighted to introduce Canadian composer James Rolfe, whose new work for voice will premiere in Lotti Revealed.
 

Tafelmusik: Tell us a little about yourself, and how you started composing music.

Oct 11, 2019

Get to know Italian composer, Guido Morini

In our 2019/20 Season, we are exploring how "old" can meet "new." This theme runs across our season in many ways, including six short new works by living composers written to complement the programs.

Oct 10, 2019

Get to know Christopher Rouleau, lettering artist for Haus Musik

In keeping with the 2019/20 season theme of “old meets new,” we are thrilled to work with Christopher Rouleau, one of Toronto's shining designers and lettering artists. You may recognize some of his work including the Dishonest Signs series and the Toronto the Great series.

Oct 9, 2019

Behind the Musik: Baroque Roots

Baroque Roots. Junipero's Garden by Steve Solinsky

Program Notes by Charlotte Nediger