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Upcoming April/May Performances

on Fri, 04/07/2017 - 21:25

April 2017 -- | Transcending the Flesh: Stirring Liturgical Music this Holy Week |

If you're a fan of sacred music (traditional or modern) you should make an effort to attend the Saturday Vigil and/or Easter Sunday services at Bloor Street United.  Among our selections, the choir will present a piece from the Strathclyde Motets of Scottish composer Sir James MacMillian.  I've got a solo in it; one so mesmerising that the soprano II section forgot to come in with their part during last night's rehearsal! ;)

A snippet of MacMillan's “Pascha Nostrum Immolatus Est” can be heard on this page.

Performing for Haiti

on Wed, 05/11/2016 - 22:01

I was very pleased to be asked to join this fundraising initative, now in its seventh year.  The event takes place in the Music Room of Hart House on Tuesday May 31st at noon. I'll be performing a couple of folksongs with Beverly Lewis on piano. Hope you can make it!

Faculty Favourites - Spring Concert

on Sun, 05/01/2016 - 20:22

So, what do Adele and Frank Wildhorn have in common? You'll have to join us on Friday, May 6th at University Settlement Music & Arts School's Annual Spring Faculty Favourites concert to find out!  Friday, May 6th 2016 7:30 pm | 197 John Street Toronto ON  - The Music Gallery/St. George the Martyr Church

 

 

Structural Support for Palliative Home Care

on Wed, 02/03/2016 - 09:54

I have been peripherally aware of the problems an acquaintance was dealing with taking care of her elderly mother. She wrote and shared her powerful story and a compelling plea for a better public system to support home-based care giving. Its public and she wanted it shared so have a look:

https://www.facebook.com/catherineannkelly/posts/10156437549840414?pnref=story

 

 

Telemann Advent Magnificat - This weekend!

on Tue, 12/08/2015 - 10:24

This Sunday, December 13th I'll be performing the alto solos in George Telemann's Deutsches Magnificat, 'Meine seele erhebt den Herrn'. Presented by the choir and soloists of Bloor Street United. We're super excited to be be joined by members of Taflemusik Baroque Orchestra for this service. I've really been enjoying the rehearsal process thus far. It's a beautiful, elegant piece and a great way to get your Christmas season rolling: come be 'filled with good things!' Service starts at 10:30 am. Click on the image for more information. Hope to see you there!

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