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.
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, and Trillium Brass Oratorio Project with you.
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Marion Newman joins Rick Phillips for an evening of dramatic readings, joyous seasonal music, and delicious gingerbread in Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, at St Andrew's United Church, Toronto
Dec 8 & 9
Jean-Philippe Lazure is tenor soloist in Handel's Messiah with Gatineau Symphony Orchestra
Dec 8 – 10
Baritone Clarence Frazer debuts with Windsor Symphony in Messiah; Peter Wiebe, Conductor
Jean-Philippe Lazure is a soloist for Handel's Messiah with L'Orchestre Symphonique de Gatineau
Marjorie Maltais debuts with Grand Philharmonic Choir and the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra in Handel’s Messiah; Mark Vuorinen, conductor
Dec 13 – 16
Asitha Tennekoon joins "BOUND", new interpretations of Handel's music by recent Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Award winning composer Kevin Lau, with Against the Grain Theatre
Dec 13 – 17
Marjorie Maltais debuts with Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra as a soloist in performances of Messiah; Francesco Lecce-Chong, Conductor
Dec 14 & 15
Caitlin Wood is a guest soloist with Ottawa Choral Society in Finzi’s In Terra Pax with baritone Russell Braun; Jean-Sébastien Vallée, Conductor
Jennifer Taverner is a guest soloist in Bach's Christmas Oratorio with Cellar Singers; Mitchell Pady, Conductor
Dec 17 & 18
Jean-Philippe Lazure joins the fun with Toronto Masque Theatre’s “Peace on Earth: A Christmas Salon”, celebrating the season with carols, songs and instrumental works, including a rare performance of excerpts from the cantata "The Birth of Christ" by Clarence Lucas
Dec 30 & Jan 1
Adam Fisher rings in the New Year with "Salute to Vienna" in Saskatoon and Vancouver; Christoph Campestrini, Conductor