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
As the rainy days melt the stubborn patches of snow, we celebrate the end of winter and arrival of springtime.
Easter brought many performances of Bach across the lands, from Joseph Schnurr in Europe (Evangelist, Johannes Passion) to Ellen Wieser (B Minor Mass) in Montreal, Scott Belluz (St. John Passion) in Brantford, and Daniel Lichti singing Cantatas #22/23 in Kitchener.
Countertenor Daniel Cabena is in the wonderful cast of Purcell's Dido and Aeneas with Les Violons du Roy, performing in Montreal, Quebec and at New York's Carnegie Hall.
This month, the curtain rises on the Scottish moors, as Giles Tomkins debuts with Edmonton Opera as Raimondo in Lucia di Lammermoor, with Adam Fisher as Normanno. In Winnipeg, Benjamin Covey sings his first Ping in Puccini's tale of power and love, Turandot. I look forward to seeing both of these productions on my Western tour in April.
As May approaches, the Canadian Opera Company welcomes Francois Racine as their director of Robert Lepage's acclaimed Bluebeard/Erwartung, May 6 - 23.
Marion Newman debuts in Mozart Requiem with Vancouver Symphony and in May will be a guest artist with the Royal Conservatory of Music's 21C Festival, in Saariaho’s The Grammar of Dreams.
Stay tuned to Twitter and Facebook for more news about Domoney Artists, as companies continue their announcements for next season! And keep an eye on DomoneyArtists.com for a new look, coming soon!
Follow our roster news with Director's Notes, where the spotlight is on the Stars of Domoney Artists Management. Here you will find special features on this wonderful group of Classical Singers, Orchestral and Opera Conductors and Stage Directors. Read about their passions, hobbies, dream opera roles and more.
ON STAGE NOW
News from the
Apr 3 Joseph Schnurr is the Evangelist in Bach’s Johannes Passion with Chor der Camerata Nova Stettin, and Presussisches Kammerorchester, in Prenzlau Germany; Eugeniusz Kus, Conductor
Apr 3 Ellen Wieser will be soprano soloist in Bach’s B Minor Mass with Ensemble Caprice and the Choir of the Church of St-Andrew and St-Paul; Jordan de Souza conductor www.ensemblecaprice.com
Our globetrotting countertenor has taken some great photos while traveling to Iceland, Switzerland, Quebec and New York recently. Here's a gallery!
What do Conductor Yannick Nezet- Seguin and Director Kathy Domoney have in common?
Watch for the answer in next month's Director's Notes!
LAST MONTH'S ANSWER
Dion Mazerolle looks forward to this delicious dessert when he’s visiting family in New Brunswick - Pets de soeurs. Translation? you'll giggle when you Google it!
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. It is a great pleasure to announce that acclaimed Bass-baritone Daniel Lichti now joins this prestigious roster of established and emerging artists.
ANNOUNCEMENT Assessment Auditions for singers with Director of Domoney Artists Management, Kathy Domoney
April 30 & May 1, 2015
Send your materials (resume, bio, reviews, upcoming engagements and headshot), including your audition repertoire (opera aria, oratorio selection, art song or Operetta/ Musical Theatre) to email@example.com.
Deadline April 10 at 5pm.
Selected singers will be notified by April 17th.
A pianist will be provided. Each 15 minute audition includes a written assessment.