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May 21, 2020

Behind the Musik: A Handel Celebration

A Handel Celebration. Peaches and Hydrangeas After G.G., Paulette Tavormina

Program Notes by Ivars Taurins

Handel is able at one moment to deal with a panoply of monumental events and in the next to draw us into the most intimate workings of the heart and mind.

Apr 19, 2020

Ivars Taurins Introduces His #SongsOfComfort

In March, amid the developing pandemic, Yo-Yo Ma initiated a collaborative online movement called #SongsOfComfort: he encouraged people to create and share music from their home, and use the #SongsOfComfort hashtag on social media platforms to showcase their creations.

Feb 25, 2020

The Local Threads of The Indigo Project

Indigo Quilt by Marc Garneau students. Photo by Dahlia Katz.
Photo credit: Dahlia Katz

One of the most exciting aspects of The Indigo Project has been the participation of secondary school students in the GTA. Students have been involved in both artistic and musical activities.

Jan 21, 2020

Suite bond: Keiran Campbell's relationship with Bach’s cello suites

Cellist Keiran Campbell with members of Tafelmusik Chamber Choir on stage of Jeanne Lamon Hall. Photo by Dahlia Katz
Cellist Keiran Campbell with Tafelmusik Chamber Choir. Photo by Dahlia Katz.

Nov 26, 2019

Get to know our Messiah soloists

2019/20 Season Handel Messiah soloists

We reached out to this season's Messiah soloists to find out a bit more about them. Enjoy!

Margot Rood, soprano
Lucile Richardot, mezzo-soprano
Thomas Hobbs, tenor
Peter Harvey, baritone

Nov 7, 2019

Behind the Musik: Lotti Revealed

Lotti Revealed. Water Jewels by Clare Ross

Program Notes by Charlotte Nediger