Oct
14
7:00 PM19:00

The Theatre of Early Music presents J S Bach : Reformation Cantatas 79 and 80

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Lead by violinist Jeanne Lamon, the Choir and Orchestra of the Theatre of Early Music alongside distinguished soloists will celebrate the Reformation anniversary year by presenting Johann Sebastian Bach’s Reformation Cantatas;
BWV 79 "Gott Der Herr ist Sonn Und Schild"
BWV 80 "Ein Feste Burg ist unser Gott"

Soloists:
Sopranos Ellen McAteer and Agnes Zsigovics,
Mezzo Soprano Gena Van Oosten
Countertenor Daniel Taylor,
Tenor Owen McCausland and Baritone Daniel Lichti


Tickets: $40, $30 senior, $20 student

Buy Tickets : Royal Conservatory of Music Box Office
or 416-408-0208 ( The Weston Family Box Office in the TELUS Centre )

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Jul
26
7:00 PM19:00

Stratford Summer Music Festival 2017

Theatre of Early Music - Allegri Miserere Mei Deus & other choral selections 

Founded by Artistic Director and Conductor Daniel Taylor, the Theatre of Early Music (TEM) are sought-after interpreters of magnificent yet neglected choral repertoire from four centuries. Their appearances include stunning a cappella programs, with practices and aesthetics of former ages informing thought-provoking, passionate and committed reconstructions of music for historical events and major works from the oratorio tradition.

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May
28
3:30 PM15:30

St. Mark Passion

Second Annual Toronto Bach Festival
St. Mark Passion
(Reconstruction by Simon Heighes)
Directed by John Abberger

Of the five complete passions Bach wrote, only two survive. 
We invite you to experience what might have been, with our presentation of this
stunning reconstruction of his St. Mark Passion by Simon Heighes. 
Based on the surviving libretto by Picander, the librettist for the Matthew Passion,
and fashioned from arias and choruses from Bach’s own works, 
a vocal ensemble of 9 singers together with an intimate instrumental
ensemble will allow us to present this work as it would have been performed by Bach.

Soloists include
Ellen McAteer and Agnes Zsigovics, soprano
Daniel Taylor, alto
Asitha Tennekoon, tenor and Brett Polegato, bass

Information / Passes and single tickets : 
Toronto Bach Festival

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May
19
4:00 PM16:00

110th Bethlehem Bach Festival- Chamber Music in the Saal

Program includes: 
Heinichen: Trio Sonata in F major
Telemann: Trio sonata TWV 42:D15 - D major
J.S. Bach: arias for soprano and tenor from various works

Performances feature:
Paul Miller, viola d’amore
Maureen Murchie, viola d’amore
Charlotte Mattax Moersch, harpsichord

Soloists:
Agnes Zsigovics, soprano
Benjamin Butterfield, tenor

 

 

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May
13
2:30 PM14:30

110th Bethlehem Bach Festival- B Minor Mass

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J S Bach: B Minor Mass  
The heart of the Festival since 1900.

The Bethlehem Bach Choir and Bach Festival Orchestra
Conductor: Greg Funfgeld

Soloists:
Agnes Zsigovics, Rosa Lamoreaux, Daniel Taylor,
Benjamin Butterfield, William Sharp and Dashan Burton.

Information / Tickets : Bethlehem Bach Festival

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May
12
4:00 PM16:00

110th Bethlehem Bach Festival - Chamber Music in the Saal

Program includes: 
Heinichen: Trio Sonata in F major
Telemann: Trio sonata TWV 42:D15 - D major
J.S. Bach: arias for soprano and tenor from various works

Performances feature:
Paul Miller, viola d’amore
Maureen Murchie, viola d’amore
Charlotte Mattax Moersch, harpsichord

Soloists:
Agnes Zsigovics, soprano
Benjamin Butterfield, tenor

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Apr
14
2:00 PM14:00

St. Mark Passion

The Toronto Bach Festival presents a Good Friday Performance
in advance of their Festival May 26th – 28th. 

St. Mark Passion
(Reconstruction by Simon Heighes)
Directed by John Abberger

Of the five complete passions Bach wrote, only two survive. 
We invite you to experience what might have been, with our presentation of this
stunning reconstruction of his St. Mark Passion by Simon Heighes. 
Based on the surviving libretto by Picander, the librettist for the Matthew Passion,
and fashioned from arias and choruses from Bach’s own works, 
a vocal ensemble of 9 singers together with an intimate instrumental
ensemble will allow us to present this work as it would have been performed by Bach.

Soloists include
Ellen McAteer and Agnes Zsigovics, soprano
Daniel Taylor, alto
Asitha Tennekoon, tenor and Brett Polegato, bass

Information / Passes and single tickets : 
Toronto Bach Festival

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Mar
25
7:30 PM19:30

Tallis Scholars: Miserere

Director, Peter Phillips

Over four decades of performance and a catalogue of award-winning records for Gimell,
Peter Phillips and the Tallis Scholars have done more than any other group to establish sacred
vocal music of the Renaissance as one of the great repertoires of Western classical music.

Student soloists from the Historical Performance Area will appear with the Tallis Scholars.

under the direction of Peter Phillips and Daniel Taylor.

Tickets: $40, $25 senior, $10 student

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