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Quintingency Plan: Christmas concert and community carol sing
- Location: Hope United Church 2550 Danforth Ave. Toronto, M4C1L2
- Time: December 18, 2022 @ 1pm
Alpine Symphony with NYCO
Nov 5, 2022
Through mist and fog, atop a glacier, across green meadows and babbling brooks: Richard Strauss’ An Alpine Symphony has it all. You’ll experience close to 100 players onstage. As a boy, Strauss experienced an Alpine adventure similar to the one described in this piece; he and a group of climbers lost their way heading up a mountain and were caught in a storm; the experience stayed with him the rest of his life.
Nov 26, 2022
Arcady invites you to an all-new Christmas with Arcady performance. The chorus, supported by a 32-member full orchestra will delight with a breathtaking display of cherished Christmas gems and captivating new works by composers Ronald Beckett, Katerina Gimon, Emma Theresa Verdonk, Geoff Li, Benjamin Gabbay, Mari Alice Conrad, Tate Pumfrey, Shawn Oakes, and John Van Maanen. All are either long-time Arcady contributors or present or past Emerging Artist composers.
Join us at St.Andrew’s United Church in Brantford on November 26th at 7:30 as we ring in the holiday season with your favourite festive music performed by Arcady's troupe of world-class professional musicians!
Tickets are $30 (general admission); $12 (youth). To purchase tickets email: email@example.com call: (519) 428-3185; or visit https://arcady.ca/buy-tickets/christmas-with-arcady/
September 4, 2022 In the wind
- Where: Tranzac Club -> Southern Cross lounge
292 Brunswick Avenue
- Doors: 1pm
- Music: 1:30pm
- FREE addmission
Racha Moukalled, Aline Homzy and myself are getting together again to play an elongated show at the always wonderful Tranzac club. Please join us!
April 28, 2022 Women from space Festival!
I will be performing a partially notated improv set with Racha Moukalled (vibes), Aline Homzy (violin), and Ilyse Krivel (interdisciplinary artist) at the Tranzac! This will be my first public foray into improv, so I'm very excited. The set is based on Hilma af Kint's paintings and involves a beautiful visual score.
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