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 roster of Classical Singers, Orchestral and Opera Conductors, and Stage Directors to audiences throughout Canada and beyond. Tenor Asitha Tennekoon joins the prestigious roster of emerging and established artists.
Domoney Artists Management looks forward to sharing these dynamic artists and innovative concert projects including The Emily Carr Project, The Star of Robbie Burns, Viva España, Trillium Brass Oratorio Project, and Nuits d'Amour with you.
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Mar 10 & 11
Countertenor Scott Belluz stars in “The Man Who Married Himself”.
Sexuality & Self, Desire & Transformation By Juliet Palmer and Anna Chatterton.
Unwilling to marry a woman, a man fashions a lover from his own left side. He's enraptured by her perfect beauty – a mirror of his own – until he discovers that this new woman longs for freedom and wildly desires another. South Asian and Baroque music and performance traditions meet in a stunning new masque based on a traditional Indian folk tale. A powerful & timely allegory of the female and male warring within, told through music, words and movement. Larry Beckwith, Conductor.
Marjorie Maltais, First Prize Winner in the 2016 auditions, performs in the Ottawa Choral Society "New Discoveries Showcase Recital"
Mar 11, 14 & 16
Mar 15 & 17
Marion Newman is a featured performer with Jeremy Dutcher and Cheryl L’Hirondelle, hosted by Dylan Robinson, for "Songs of Sovereignty", part of the Human Rights Arts Festival where Indigenous artists reclaim their musical heritage and showcase the vibrancy of Indigenous music today; Isabel Bader Theatre, Kingston
Michèle Bogdanowicz is a guest artist in “A Musical Invasion of Paris: The Mighty 4”, with Off Centre Music Salon. In the words of Audrey Hepburn: “Paris is always a good idea.” Our unlikely, but “mighty” four – Chopin, Wagner, Rossini and Meyerbeer – certainly thought so. The programme will include Chopin’s twelve op. 28 Preludes, a piano four-hand arrangement of Wagner’s Tannhäuser Ouverture as well as beloved scenes from Rossini and Meyerbeer operas
Marion Newman is a guest artist with Victoria Symphony in “Our Canada”, to Celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday with a concert exploring our country’s rich literary community and connection to music. Curated by acclaimed novelist Jack Hodgins, Marion sings Tobin Stokes’ "Klee Wyck" with text from Emily Carr’s book; Tania Miller, conductor
Tenor Ernesto Ramirez is a guest soloist in Verdi’s Requiem with Guelph Symphony; Judith Yan, Conductor
Tenor Jacques-Olivier Chartier and mezzo-soprano Marjorie Maltais debut with Thirteen Strings, in a semi-staged performance of performance of Bach's St. Matthew Passion; Kevin Mallon, Conductor
Apr 20, 22, 28 & 30
Daniel Cabena is Lydie-Anne de Roziers in Pacific Opera Victoria's production of Les Feluettes (Bouchard/March); Timothy Vernon, Conductor
Apr 20 – May 13
Dion Mazerolle debuts with the Canadian Opera Company as F.X. Lemieux and covers the role of Bishop Taché in Harry Somers's Louis Riel; Johannes Debus, conductor
Apr 30 – May 20
Giles Tomkins sings Sciarrone in Tosca with Canadian Opera Company