Apollo's Fire (Cleveland Baroque)
Choeur St. Laurent
Clavecin en concert
Colours of Music Festival
Continuum Contemporary Music
Early Music Vancouver
Festival Baroque Montreal
Festival of the Sound
Guelph Chamber Choir
I Musici de Montreal
Jeunesses Musicales du Canada
L'Opera de Montreal
L'Opera de Quebec
National Arts Centre Orchestra
Niagara Symphony Orchestra
Opera in Concert
Orchestre symphonique de Laval
Orchestre symphonique de Montreal
Opera Lyra Ottawa
Ottawa Choral Society
Pacific Opera Victoria
Palm Beach Opera
Queen of Puddings Music Theatre
Studio de musique ancienne de Montreal
Symphony New Brunswick
Symphony Nova Scotia
Tapestry New Opera Works
Thunder Bay Symphony
Toronto Masque Theatre
Vancouver Bach Choir
Westben Concerts at the Barn
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News from the
Nov 23 Charlotte Corwin debuts in Charlottetown, where she is the featured soloist in a new work by the dynamic duo Alice Ho and Marjorie Chan - Ocean Child, the winning composition selected by Prince Edward Island Symphony for their Celebrate Canada concert www.peisymphony.com
Nov 23 Joseph Schnurr sings Bach's Cantata 140 "Wachet auf, ruf uns die Stimme" in Berlin (Schöneberg), Germany
Dec 11 –19
Tenor Sean Clark sings Ottavio, the hapless parking enforcement officer in Against the Grain's acclaimed production of Mozart's "transladaptation" #Uncle John - a modern interpretation of Don Giovanni with a new English libretto by Joel Ivany, with Cecilia Quartet in a new piano quintet arrangement, under the musical direction of Miloš Repický. Performances in Toronto’s Black Box Theatre at Queen St. West’s famed vintage rock venue, The Great Hall. www.againstthegraintheatre.com
Dec 27 – Jan 4 Giles Tomkins stars in The Mikado, Gilbert and Sullivan's "thinly-veiled poke at English bureaucracy disguised as a Japanese idyll," Toronto Operetta Theatre; Derek Bate, Conductor www.torontooperetta.com
Nov 17 – 29, 2015 After his terrific success leading performances of Stickboy with Vancouver Opera, Leslie Dala will be Music Director for Julie, an exciting collaboration between Soundstreams and Canadian Stage in 2015!
Maude Brunet is featured on the latest hot video game, Assassin’s Creed Unity. Set in 1789 Paris, the producers chose Maude to sing some Renaissance/barqoue arias to enhance the visuals and further the character’s adventures. Included in the just-relearsed game are selections by Jean - Baptiste Lully, Antoine Boesset and Andre Joubert du Collet, performed with Hank Knox, harpsichord, Tanya Laperriere, violin and Amanda Keesmaat, cello.
"Virginia Hatfield was indeed the reason I wandered to this concert instead of the other one. Hers is a flexible instrument of great accuracy....and from the first note, Hatfield didn’t disappoint, her warm tone easily filling the space, her smile reaching the back of this church..."
Ellen Wieser says, "One of my favourite things about Christmas is the outdoor excursions I get to do with my family when I go home to snowy Winnipeg... Cross-country skiing, ice skating, and deep snow adventures! Here we are after a blizzard at Winnipeg Beach!"
Benjamin Covey's favourite Christmas movie is It's a Wonderful Life: "My family watches it every year and we quote the movie all year round. We say things like, 'My mouth's bleeding, Bert! My mouth’s bleeding.' My family also has many games nights over the holidays and my favourite game has been Scattergories because the timer is so loud and scares everyone. However last Christmas we played Jeopardy the board game and I won!"
Daniel Cabena writes “One of my favourite things is preparing the house for Christmas - soon the step ladder will be replaced by a decorated tree!"
Mezzo-Soprano Marion Newman backstage at the Opera Lyra Ottawa Gala
Marion Newman also starred in a workshop performance of Jani Lauzon's musical play "I call myself Princess" Weesageechak Festival of New Works, Toronto
Joseph Schnurr was visiting the Berlin Zoo a few weeks ago, "and lo and behold I found a familiar face on a Poster..."
Who's the Secret Chef for These Delicious Shortbread Cookies?
Watch for the answer in next month's Director's Notes!
LAST MONTH'S ANSWER
Tenor Sean Clark celebrated Canadian Thanksgiving while singing Tamino in over 30 performances of The Magic Flute for young audiences with Opera Lyra Ottawa. He looks forward to celebrating Christmas with his family at home in Detroit, following a busy month performing Bach in concerts with Pax Christi Chorale, a recital for Canadian Music Centre and the role of Ottavio in Against the Grain’s updated version of Mozart’s Don Giovanni, #Uncle John.
ABOUT DOMONEY ARTISTS
As Director of Domoney Artists Management, Kathy Domoney brings her wealth of knowledge and experience to this position after more than 20 years as a lyric soprano.
Established in 2008, Domoney Artists Management proudly presents their 2014-15 roster of Classical Singers, Orchestral and Opera Conductors, and Stage Directors to audiences throughout Canada and beyond. Countertenor Daniel Cabena now joins the prestigious group of emerging and established artists.