Masterpieces by Rachmaninoff, Stetsenko, Stepovyj, Skoryk, and Stravinsky.
Saturday, October 27, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, October 28, 3:00 p.m.
Grace Church on-the-Hill
300 Lonsdale Road, Toronto
Tickets Regular $45 / Senior $40 / Student $25
FRIDAY AUGUST 24 @ 7:30pm
SUNDAY AUGUST 26 @ 2pm
Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavillion | Haliburton
Mimi | Natalya Gennadi
Musetta | Chelsea Rus
Rodolfo | Rocco Rupolo
Marcello | Max Van Wyck
Schaunard | Micah Schroeder
Colline | Brenden Friesen
Benoit/Alcindoro | TBA
Canada's brightest emerging artists perform alongside operatic masters. Hear highlights from Tapestry's 37-year collection of absurd, tragic, and beautiful Canadian repertoire in the intimate Ernest Balmer Studio (Distillery District).
Tickets are extremely limited, so don't miss out! Tix:https://tapestryopera.yapsody.com/…/in…/200731/songbook-viii
- PRINCE GREMIN:
David Charles Abell*
- STAGE DIRECTOR:
- *HOT Debut
- Apr 20, 2018, Friday, 7:30pm
- Apr 22, 2018, Sunday, 4:00pm
- Apr 24, 2018, Tuesday, 7:30pm
All performances at the Blaisdell Concert Hall
Sung in Russian with English translations projected above the stage.
The first Thursday of every month
Next event: April 5, 2018, 9pm—11pm
Location: Amsterdam Bicycle Club
About Against the Grain Theatre’s Opera Pubs:
Running the first Thursday of every month, AtG Opera Pub nights are improvised, wild nights that offer up your favourite beer on tap with a side of operatic arias and ensembles, performed by both established and emerging opera talent. Free admission, discounted pints of beer. It’s the perfect introduction for newbies and a welcome break for opera vets who you want to see something “a little different.”
Southern Ontario Lyric Opera presents:
On Saturday, September 16, 2017, we will present La Bohème at the Burlington Performing Arts Centre.
Conductor Sabatino Vacca
Stage Director Lesley Andrew
Regular All-In Price: $55.00 – $65.00
Senior 65+ All-In Price: $40.00
Student (19 and Under) All-In Price: $20.00
To purchase tickets, please click here or call the Burlington Performing Arts Centre Box Office at 905-681-2551
Du délice des princes au spectacle de nos vies, de Monteverdi jusqu’à aujourd’hui, voici une histoire de l’opéra. Laissez-vous guider par les propos du musicologue Pierre Vachon à travers des œuvres phares du grand répertoire interprétées
NATALYA GENNADI soprano,
ARMINÈ KASSABIAN mezzo,
GUY LESSARD ténor.
Au piano : JÉRÉMIE PELLETIER.
avec Pierre Vachon
Samedi 8 juillet, 17h00
Centre d'art La petite église - 271, rue Saint-Eustache, Saint-Eustache
ANDREA LUDWIG & ALBERT KRYWOLT
SUMMER INSTITUTE EMERGING ARTISTS
Join us for an evening in support of the inaugural Ukrainian Art Song Summer Institute,
Natalya Gennadi is performing some of her favourite Ukrainian art songs.
Oksana G. is the story of Oksana, a young Ukrainian woman lured into the world of sex trafficking by a recruiter who unexpectedly falls in love with her. Oksana escapes to a refugee shelter in Brindisi, Italy, where she finds herself entangled in a battle to regain her own strength. With a fierce heroine battling overwhelming odds, Oksana G. challenges operatic conventions and offers an uncompromising portrayal of human trafficking. Led by acclaimed director Tom Diamond (Iron Road, The Shadow) and rising-star conductor Jordan de Souza (M’dea Undone, Rocking Horse Winner), this opera is staged in the Imperial Oil Opera Theatre. With the power of a full orchestra and chorus, Oksana G. is Tapestry Opera’s most significant endeavor in over 15 years.
Music by Aaron Gervais | Libretto by Colleen Murphy
Natalya Gennadi– Oksana
Keith Klassen – Konstantin
Adam Fisher – Father Alexander
Krisztina Szabó – Sofiya (Oksana’s Mother)
Cairan Ryan–Immigration Officer
A Tapestry Opera Production
May 24, 2017 – 8pm
May 26, 2017 – 8pm
May 28, 2017 – 3pm
May 30, 2017 – 8pm
Imperial Oil Opera Theatre, 227 Front St. E
(in collaboration with the Canadian Opera Company)
CHŒUR POLYPHONIQUE DE MONTRÉAL under the direction of conductor Louis Lavigueur.
Natalya Gennadi, soprano
Kristine Dandavino, mezzo-soprano
Jean-Sebastien Turgeon, tenor
Robert Huard, bass
April 2nd, 2017 at 11 am, Marie-Reine-du-monde Cathedral, Montreal.
Le CHŒUR POLYPHONIQUE DE MONTRÉAL, sous la direction de son chef Louis Lavigueur C.Q., interprétera la Messe en ut majeur, op. 86, de Ludwig van Beethoven.
Sunday January 8, 2017 at 3:00 PM
Islington United Church
25 Burnhamthorpe Rd. (north of Dundas St. W.), Toronto
General seating: Adult $30, Senior/Student $25
Our annual popular Christmas Concert is held in early January as part of the celebrations for Canadians of Ukrainian descent. Joined by its partner, the Toronto Ukrainian Male Chamber Choir, this year’s program will feature traditional and contemporary Ukrainian Christmas carols and New Year’s songs accompanied by a chamber orchestra. Orchestral arrangements were written by prominent Canadian composer Eric Robertson, as well as Ukrainian Canadian composer Zenoby Lawryshyn and Ukrainian composer Victor Stepurko. Guest artists include sopranos Natalya Matyusheva and Katherine Semcesen and tenor Justin Stolz, with narration provided by Lada Darewych. A reception will follow, where choristers have an opportunity to meet with members of the audience to celebrate the Christmas season together.