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Apr 02 8:00: Metropolitan United Church. God So Loved the World: Music for Good Friday. Works by Allegri, Bach, Victoria and others. The Metropolitan Choir, soloists, and organ. Visit Met United Live. Free. ONLINE

Apr 02 8:00: Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. Sacred Music for a Sacred Space. Schubert: Stabat Mater; Bach: Christ lag in Todesbanden BWV4; and Brahms: How Lovely is Thy Dwelling Place from A German Requiem. Toronto Mendelssohn Choir; Simon Rivard, conductor; Gergely Szokolay, piano; William Maddox, organ; Laurence Lemieux, choreography and dance. Visit TMC Sacred Music. Free. Donations requested in support of TMC programming. Available on demand after the concert date. ONLINE

Apr 03 8:00: Array Music. Array Presents III: Joseph Petric – 40th Anniversary Concert. Visit Joseph Petric. ONLINE

Apr 04 3:00: Trio Arkel. La Bonne Chanson. Beethoven: String Trio in G; Shostakovitch: String Quartet No.1; Vaughan Williams: On Wenlock Edge; Fauré: La Bonne Chanson. Marie Bérard, violin; Winona Zelenka, cello; Russell Braun; baritone; Carolyn Maule; piano; Erika Raum; violin; Rémi Pelletier; viola. Available on Eventbrite here. ONLINE

Apr 07 7:30: Royal Conservatory of Music. Rebanks Family Fellowship Concerts Series: Rebanks Family Fellowship Concert. Call 416-408-0208 or visit RCM Performance. Free. ONLINE

Apr 08 8:00: Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra. On the Road. Purcell: Incidental music to The Double Dealer; Biber: Partita for violin & viola scordatura; Brescianello: Sonata for oboe, violin & continuo; Telemann: Quartet in e; Couperin: Sonate “La Sultane”; Vivaldi: Sonata “La Follia”. Email or call 1-833-964-6337. ONLINE

Apr 11 1:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. Sunday Interlude Series: ARC Ensemble: Ottoman Treasures. Sephardic works by Hemsi; Works by Rieti. Call 416-408-0208 or visit RCM Performance. Free. ONLINE

Canadian Opera Company. Spring Break at the COC: Exploring New Opera. Hosted by COC Opera Teaching Artist Makenzie Morgan, this program gathers a group of artists and craftspeople to explore what a career in the performing arts can look like. Get a behind-the-scenes look at Fantasma, the company’s upcoming original Opera for Young Audiences for youth ages 12-18. Join us for hour-long sessions with Fantasma’s creative team, to learn about what it's like to work with a composer, design props and costumes for the stage, and much more! Free admission. For more information and to receive an alert for when registration opens, visit COC Spring Break. ONLINE

Apr 12: COC Composer-in-Residence Ian Cusson takes us through the genesis of the story of Fantasma and how this translates into his music.

Apr 13: Ensemble Studio artists Matthew Cairns (tenor) and Alex Soloway (pianist) share what it is like to work with a living composer, and originating a new role in an opera.

Apr 14: Wulf Higgins (COC Props Supervisor) gives us a behind-the-scenes look at how the world of Fantasma is created and brought to life through the use of props and set dressing.

Apr 15: Wig & Makeup Supervisor Sharon Ryman and Costume Supervisor Sandra Corazza give us a sneak peek at the Zombie character in Fantasma, and share some of their backstage tips and tricks.

Apr 16: Julie McIsaac, COC Lead Curator, Opera Everywhere, speaks with music therapist Dr. SarahRose Black about her considerations in staging Fantasma, as well as creating an engaging experience for young people from the moment audience members walk in the door.

Apr 14 8:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. Kobo Town & Wesli. Call 416-408-0208 or visit RCM Performance. $20. LIVESTREAM ONLINE

Apr 15 7:30: Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign of the Stephen Lewis Foundation. Together in Concert: In Solidarity with African Grandmothers. Jackie Richardson, host; Steven Page; National Ballet of Canada; The Stratford Players; Kym Gouchie; and others. Email Grandmothers to Grandmothers for information. Free. Vimeo Livestream for 72 hours from April 15 to April 18 at 7:30 pm. ONLINE

Apr 15 7:30: Music Toronto. Chamber Music Concert. Haydn: String Quartet in C Op.76 No.3 "Emperor"; Brahms: String Quartet in a Op.51 No.2. Castalian Quartet. Visit Music Toronto. Free.  ONLINE

TO BE CONFIRMED!! Apr 16 8:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. RCO Concerts Series: Gábor Takács-Nagy conducts the Royal Conservatory Orchestra. Beethoven: Overture from King Stephen Op.117; Saint-Saëns: Piano Concerto No.5 in F Op.103 “Egyptian”; Borodin: Polovtsian Dances from Prince Igor; Kodály: Háry János Suite. Koerner Hall, TELUS Centre, 273 Bloor St. W. 416-408-0208 or visit RCM Performance. $25-$60. 

NEW!! Apr 17: Hugh's Room. Gunning & Cormier.  Visit Gunning & Cormier. ONLINE

Apr 17 7:00: VOCA Chorus of Toronto. VOCA Cabaret & Silent Auction. A variety of vocal & instrumental folk, pop, jazz, classical & musical theatre selections. Jenny Crober, artistic director; Elizabeth Acker, piano; Emily Vick Agnew & Tom Roedding, co-hosts. Call 416-931-8224 or visit VOCA Chorus Cabaret. $25. ONLINE

NEW!! Apr 17 7:30: Peterborough Symphony Orchestra. Dancing to the Light. A spring musical journey of optimism and renewal for the entire family. Works by Bach, Schumann, Joplin, Radiohead, and others. Concertmaster Phoebe Tsang, violin; Sona Kaltagian, violin; Elizabeth Morris, viola; Zuzanna Chomicka-Newnham, cello; and Filip Stasiak, bass. Call 705-742-7469. $15. Available Apr 17-May 15. ONLINE

Apr 18 2:30: Intermezzi in Musica. Concert 4. Bach on 3 different cellos! Bach: Cello Suites No.1 & 6; and Partita No.1. Elinor Frey, cello. Visit Elinor Frey Events. ONLINE 

Apr 18 7:00: INNERchamber Inc. All in Good Time. Scott Good: New Work for Percussion & String Quartet; Boccherini: Quintet for Strings and Castanets No.4 G448; Haydn: String Quartet in g Op.20 No.3; Piazzolla: Tango Ballet (arr. for String Quintet). Graham Hargrove, percussion; Cathy Anderson, cello; INNERchamber String Quartet (Andrew Chung, violin; Julie Baungartel, violin; Jody Davenport, viola; Ben Bolt-Martin, cello). Revival House, 70 Brunswick St., Stratford. Visit INNERchamber for information. $35; $10(st/arts workers). Pre-show 6:30pm. A light take-out meal is provided by Revival House for patrons living in Stratford. LIVE & ONLINE

Apr 18 8:00: New Music Concerts. Broadcast: The Ice Is Talking. Works for violin & percussion by Georges Aperghis, Vivian Fung, Lei Liang, Sophie Dupuis, and others. Mark Fewer, violin; Aiyun Huang, percussion. Available on Facebook and YouTube. Broadcast links will be available closer to the date. ONLINE

TO BE CONFIRMED!! Apr 21 7:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. Discovery Concert Series: Glenn Gould School Chamber Competition Finals. Koerner Hall, TELUS Centre, 273 Bloor St. W. Call 416-408-0208 or visit RCM Performance. Free. 

Apr 22 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. U of T Opera: Opera in Miniature. Massenet: Le Portrait de Manon. Sacha Smith (Aurore); Parker Clements (Des Grieux); Lindsay Connolly (Jean); Angelo Moretti (Tiberge); Vlad Soloviev, piano; Russell Braun, conductor; Michael Patrick Albano, director. Visit U of T Opera Productions. Free. Zoom link will be provided closer to the date. ONLINE

Apr 23 7:30: Heliconian Club. Alone Together. Musical styles from classical to jazz and from Persia to the Baltic Sea. Call 416-922-3618 or visit Heliconian Club. $15. Available until Apr 30. ONLINE

Apr 23 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. U of T Opera: Opera in Miniature. Wolf-Ferrari: Il segreto di Susanna & Mozart: Der Schauspieldirektor. Il segreto di Susanna - Juliana Krajčovič (Susana); Alex Mathews (Gil); Andrea Grant, music director/piano; Mario Pacheco, director. Der Schauspieldirektor - M Herz: Heidi Duncan (Mme Herz); Noelle Slaney (Mme Silberklang); David Walsh (Vogelsang); Vlad Soloviev, piano; Sandra Horst, conductor; Michael Patrick Albano, director. Visit U of T Opera Productions. Free. Zoom link will be provided closer to the date. ONLINE

NEW!! Apr 24 Hugh's Room. Madison Violet. Brenley MacEachern and Lisa MacIsaac, singers/songwriters. Visit Madison Violet. ONLINE. 

Apr 24 2:30: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. U of T Opera: Opera in Miniature. Bizet: La Tragédie de Carmen. Mélissa Danis (Micaela); Elias Theocharidis (Don Jose); Alex Hetherington/Alessia Vitali (Carmen); Escamillo: Danlie Rae Acebuque/Luke Noftall (Escamillo); Sandra Horst, conductor & piano; Michael Patrick Albano, director. Visit U of T Opera Productions. Free. Zoom link will be provided closer to the date. Also Apr 25. ONLINE

Apr 24 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. U of T Opera: Opera in Miniature. Walton: The Bear & Hoiby: Bon Appétit. The Bear - Renee Fajardo (Popova); Nicholas Higgs (Smirnov); TBA (Luka); Andrea Grant, music director/piano; Mario Pacheco, director. Bon Appétit: Alexandra Fee, mezzo; Andrea Grant, music director/piano; Mario Pacheco, director.  Visit U of T Opera Productions. Free. Zoom link will be provided closer to the date. ONLINE

Apr 24 8:00: Array Music. Array Ensemble – Baroque Reflections: Sheila Jaffé. Ligeti: Sonata for Solo Viola; Bach: Chaccone in d; Saariaho: Frises for violin and electronics. Sheila Jaffé, violin & viola. Visit Baroque Reflections. ONLINE

Apr 24 8:00: Tapestry Opera/The Piano Lunaire. A Joke Before the Gallows. Libretto by David James Brock. Chopin: Four Scherzi. Adam Sherkin, piano; Tom Diamond, director. Visit Tapestry Opera. Free. ONLINE

Apr 25 2:30: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. U of T Opera: Opera in Miniature. Bizet: La Tragédie de Carmen. Mélissa Danis (Micaela); Elias Theocharidis (Don Jose); Alex Hetherington / Alessia Vitali (Carmen); Escamillo: Danlie Rae Acebuque / Luke Noftall (Escamillo); Sandra Horst, conductor & piano; Michael Patrick Albano, director. Visit U of T Opera Productions. Free. Zoom link will be provided closer to the date. Also Apr 24. ONLINE

Apr 28 7:00: Achill Choral Society. Journeys: Spring Concert. Shawn Grenke, conductor; Nancy Sicsic, piano; and others. Visit Achill Choral Society for a YouTube link which will be available until May 11. Free. ONLINE

Apr 29 7:00: Magisterra Soloists. Women Composers. Pejačević: Piano Quintet; Schumann: Piano Trio; Auerbach: T'filah; Sokolovic: Tempo rubato; Richardson: World premiere of commission. Russell Braun, baritone; Martin Karlíček, piano. Museum London Theatre, 421 Ridout St. N., London. 519-615-0163 or visit Magisterra Soloists. $30; $25(sr); $15(student with id); $10(child under 10); $85(young adult pass-30 years and under); $15(streamed tickets-adult). All tickets must be purchased in advance. 

May 01 8:00: Kindred Spirits Orchestra. Melodies of Emotion. Rimsky-Korsakov: Capriccio Espagnol; Chopin: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.1; Scriabin: Symphony No.2. Ludmil Angelov, piano; Kristian Alexander, conductor. Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts, 10268 Yonge St., Richmond Hill. 905-604-8339. $30-$40; $22.50-$30(sr); $15-$20(youth). 7:10 pm: Pre-concert recital; 7:20 pm: Pre-concert talk.

TO BE CONFIRMED!! May 01 8:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. Music Mix Series: SongBird North. Temerty Theatre, Telus Centre, 273 Bloor St. W. Call 416-408-0208 or visit RCM Performance. $40. ONLINE

TO BE CONFIRMED!! May 02 7:30: Royal Conservatory of Music. Taylor Academy Concerts Series: Academy Chamber Orchestra. Koerner Hall, TELUS Centre, 273 Bloor St. W. Call 416-408-0208 or visit RCM Performance. Free.

May 06 7:30: Art of Time Ensemble. A Singer Must Die. Works by Leonard Cohen: Anthem (arr. Andrew Downing); Come Healing (arr. Robert Carli0; Famous Blue Raincoat (arr. Jonathan Goldsmith); Dance Me To the End of Love (arr. Steve MacKinnon); Hallelujah, and others. Sarah Harmer, Gregory Hoskins, Steven Page, Sarah Slean, Tom Wilson, singers. Art of Time streaming page or call  647-344-2254. Free. Available until May 9 at 7:30pm. YOUTUBE

May 07 7:30: Royal Conservatory of Music. Discovery Concert Series: Glenn Gould School Piano Showcase. Call 416-408-0208 or visit RCM Performance. Free. ONLINE

NEW!! May 09 7:00: INNERchamber Inc. Souvenirs. Bernard Hermann: Souvenirs de Voyage for Clarinet Quintet; Beethoven: String Quartet in e Op.59 No.2. Peter Shackleton, clarinet; INNERchamber String Quartet (Andrew Chung, violin; Julie Baungartel, violin; Jody Davenport, viola; Ben Bolt-Martin, cello). Revival House, 70 Brunswick St., Stratford. Visit INNERChamber. $35; $10(st/arts workers). LIVE & ONLINE. Pre-show 6:30pm. A light take-out meal is provided by Revival House for patrons living in Stratford.

NEW!! May 14 7:30: Upper Canada Choristers/Cantemos Latin Ensemble. To Sit and Dream. A concert of women composers. Dr. Rosephanye Powell: To Sit and Dream; Sarah Quartel: Snow Angel; Carlotta Ferrari: O Splendid Gem (arrangement of O splendissima gemma by Hildegard von Bingen); Vittoria Aleotti: Two Renaissance Madrigals; Elaine Hagenberg: The Music of Stillness; and other works. Laurie Evan Fraser, conductor; Hye Won Cecilia Lee, piano. , . Visit, email, or call 416-256-0510. Free. Donations welcome. Streamed from Grace Church on-the-Hill, Toronto. YouTube: here or Facebook: here .ONLINE

NEW!! May 15 7:00: Rezonance Baroque Ensemble. Universal Harmony. Chamber works by Bach & Vivaldi. Rezan Onen-Lapointe, baroque violin; David Podgorski, harpsichord. Visit Universal Harmony or call 647-779-5696. $10. ONLINE


Arts@Home. A vibrant hub connecting Torontonians to arts and culture. Designed to strengthen personal and societal resilience through the arts. Visit Arts@Home to learn more about this exciting collaborative initiative. ONLINE

Ottawa Chamberfest. Chamber Chats: At Home / Chez vous. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2pm. Hosted by celebrated broadcaster/writer Eric Friesen. Interactive episodes combine chat with pre-recorded and live performances and feature guest artists and lecturers from all over the world. For information: 613-234-8008. Visit Ottawa Chamberfest. ONLINE


Toronto Consort. Explorer: Discovering the World of Early Music. Explorer is a blog for the curious; a place of learning, sharing, and community. This all-new offering will present an assortment of curated content in a range of formats, like original short- or long-form articles, original video and audio recordings, and educational content on relevant topics relating to Early Music, history, and world music, as they relate our beloved repertoire. Visit here for further information. ONLINE


Recollectiv: A unique musical online meeting group made up of people affected by memory challenges caused by illness (such as dementia) or brain injury (stroke, PTSD, etc.) and their care partners. Volunteers of all ages also form part of the band, providing a positive intergenerational experience for all. Participation is free with pre-registration. Contact Recollectiv by email here for meeting times, information and registration. ONLINE


The Glenn Gould Foundation. The Gould Standard: In Conversation with Sondra Radvanovsky. Join us for this inside look at Sondra's career, the impact of COVID cancellations and her unlikely emergence as a podcast queen in her own right. A treat for newcomers to opera and seasoned aficionados alike. Listen on The Glenn Gould Foundation website. ONLINE 


Against the Green Theatre. Back by popular demand, Messiah/Complex returns for an encore presentation starting on AtG TV. This Easter, the globally-lauded and distinctly Canadian reimagining of Handel’s Messiah, accompanied by and in partnership with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO), becomes available for free on-demand viewing until Apr 13. Registration is available now at www.Messiah/Complex. ONLINE

Amadeus Choir. Songs from a Celtic Heart. Concert tickets are available to purchase until April 20 and you can view the concert at any time! Get tickets here. ONLINE

Array Music. Living Room Talk: Joseph Petric. Continuing Array's Living Room Talks series, Canadian accordionist Joseph Petric talks about his solo performance on the Array Presents series. Joseph's first professional performance in Toronto was with Arraymusic 40 years ago this season. Joseph chats about this history of the accordion in Europe and North America and his long career commissioning new works from Canadian composers. Watch the interview here Joseph Petric interview. ONLINE

Array Music. Situated Sounds II: Science of Sound. Situated Sounds is a series of curated performances of sound art through an online platform that will present commissioned new work from a combination of established and emerging artists, both local and international, from various disciplines. Zul Mahmod, Interspecifics, and Carson Teal. Visit Science of Sound. ONLINE

Esprit Orchestra. Soundbites: RBC Associate Composer/Conductor Eugene Astapov in Conversation with New Wave Composer Stephanie Orlando. Eugene Astapov sits down with composer Stephanie Orlando, whose upcoming Esprit commission will be premiered as part of our New Wave Festival. Find out more about Orlando's artistic processes and philosophies, and what she is currently working on for Esprit audiences! Visit Esprit Soundbites Insights. ONLINE

Esprit Orchestra. Toothpaste: The Opera. Composer Alexina Louie and librettist/comedian Dan Redican created the “nothing-like-it-anywhere” mini-opera Toothpaste and subsequently teamed up with film director Larry Weinstein and Alex Pauk conducting Esprit, to turn it into a widely laughed at, ground-breaking 6-minute opera for TV. Starring Barbara Hannigan and the famous Kids in the Hall comedian Mark McKinney (lip-synching to the wonderful voice of Doug McNaughton). Watch here Toothpaste: The Opera. ONLINE

FabCollab. Women in Song: A Celebration of International Women's Day. Amanda Martinez featuring Canada’s Ballet Jörgen Dancers Adrián Ramírez Juárez and Akari Fujiwara; Jessica Hana Deutsch; Maryem Tollar; Tamar Ilana featuring Indigneous fancy shawl dancer Cotee Harper. Visit FabCollab. Free. ONLINE

Intermezzi in Musica. Concert 3. Boccherini: String Trios. Elinor Frey, cello; Laura Andriani and Elisa Citterio, violins. Visit Elinor Frey. ONLINE

Kevin Barrett. Live from Lockdown. Kevin Barrett does a live-streamed set of solo guitar tunes, coming directly from his Lockdown studio. Tune in to Kevin's Facebook page on Friday at 4pm here. If you can't join live, the video will be available afterwards on Kevin's page with each week's episode archived on his YouTube channel here. YOUTUBE & FACEBOOK

Kingston Symphony. Finale of Beethoven’s Third Symphony (Eroica). Forty members of the orchestra perform the finale of the Eroica, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3 while in isolation in their homes. To view the virtual performance, please click here. For more information on the Kingston Symphony, please visit here. ONLINE

Music in the Afternoon. Chamber Music Concert. Caroline Shaw: Entr'Acte; Schubert: String Quartet No.14 in d "Death and the Maiden". Viano String Quartet (Lucy Wang, violin; Hao Zhou, violin; Aiden Kane, viola; Tate Zawadiuk, cello). Visit Music in the Afternoon. On demand Apr 1-25. ONLINE

New Music Concerts. Sonic Grace: An NMC Audio Diary. Lynn Kuo, Canadian violin virtuoso and Assistant Concertmaster of the National Ballet of Canada Orchestra has made her mark as one of Canada's most celebrated performers. Listen to Synchronisms No. 9 for Violin and Tape by Mario Davidovsky here. ONLINE 

Royal Conservatory of Music. Songmasters & Recovered Concerts Series: To the Distant Beloved. Beethoven: An die ferne Geliebte; Mansouri: World premiere commission. Call 416-408-0208 or visit RCM Performance. $10. Available until Mar 28. ONLINE

Tafelmusik. Musik in Motion Video. Tafelmusik cellist Keiran Campbell performing the Prelude from Bach’s Cello Suite no. 1 in G performing on our home stage at Trinity-St. Paul's Centre in Toronto. We hope this video offers some solace until we can meet again, or, if you are new to Tafelmusik, gives you a taste of the intimacy and character for which our home venue performances are known. Watch here Bach Cello Suite. ONLINE

Thirteen Strings! Virtual Concert. Purcell: Excerpts from The Fairy Queen. Handel: Concerto grosso, Op. 6, No. 5 in D. Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending (Marc Djokic, violin). Elgar: Serenade for Strings. Find the link here. Free. ONLINE

Toronto Operetta Theatre. The Gondoliers. By W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. Tonatiuh Abrego (Marco Palmieri); Daniela Agostino (Gianetta); Joshua Clemenger (Luiz); Elizabeth Beeler (The Duchess of Plaza-Toro); Bradley Christensen (Giuseppe Palmieri); and other vocalists; Derek Bate, music director/conductor; Guillermo Silva-Marin, stage director; Narmina Afandiyeva; piano. VIsit Eventbrite: The Gondoliers for tickets. $22.19. Available until Apr 5. ONLINE

Toronto Symphony Orchestra. On Demand: Vivaldi Four Seasons. Curated by Jonathan Crow. Vivaldi: The Four Seasons; Gabriela Lena Frank: “Coqueteos” from Leyendas: An Andean Walkabout; Dinuk Wijeratne: “A Letter from the After-life” from Two Pop Songs on Antique Poems. Jonathan Crow, leader & violin. Visit TSO On Demand or call 416-598-3375. Available until Apr 15. ONLINE

Toronto Symphony Orchestra. TSO Live Streams: All Mozart. Mozart: Overture to La finta giardiniera, K. 196. Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 3, K. 216. Mozart: Symphony No. 40, K. 550. Simon Rivard, RBC Resident Conductor; Zeyu Victor Li, violin. Visit TSO Live Streams. Pay what you wish from a selection of pre-set amounts starting at $10! Available until Apr 7. ONLINE

University of Toronto Faculty of Music. UofT Opera Student Composer Collective: Escape Room. Libretto by Michael Patrick Albano. Sandra Horst, conductor; Mario Pachero, director. Now available on YouTube here. ONLINE

Wychwood Clarinet Choir. A New Performance Video. The last Sunday of every month, the WCC releases a new concert video performance by The Wychwood Clarinet Choir, preceded by a live chat with Michele Jacot and Roy Greaves. This month we present two recordings both arranged by our own Roy Greaves. Prelude to La Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi, and the classic sea shanty, What shall we do with a Drunken Sailor. Visit Wychwood. Free. LIVESTREAM ONLINE


NEW!! May 01 11am-1pm: Bridge & Wolak Music Mentorship Program. In partnership with Queens University, The Isabel and The DAN School of Drama and Music. This program was founded by Michael Bridge and Kornel Wolak, internationally acclaimed music and comedy duo who have performed on stages around the world. Whether it is video game music, world music, audio engineering, neuroscience in the mind or beyond, the Bridge and Wolak Music Mentorship sessions will open your eyes to the incredible career possibilities for musicians! Deadline for applications is flexible. Visit Bridge & Wolak for more information. Cost (if applicable): $295. One-on-one coaching with either Kornel Wolak or Michael Bridge: $100.


International Resource Centre for Performing Artists (IRCPA). Encounter with Theodore Baerg. Sign up now till May 9. For opera & art song Singers. Theodore Baerg, one of Canada’s leading baritones, will work as a mentor with 10 singers on May 21, 10am-5pm in downtown Toronto. With Andrea Grant at the piano, he will offer each singer suggestions on artistic skills, and provide valuable career information and guidance, stressing the need for professionalism and striving for excellence. There are no fees to sign up or take part. Scholarships will be assigned honouring Canadians past or present, provided through the generosity of private donors. Sign-up forms are available at IRCPA. The 10 selected singers will be announced on May 15 for the May 21 Encounter. Concert to be on June 4 or 11 (date to be confirmed).

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