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Renaissance Paris that is! The 16th century was a remarkable time for the growth of this great city. Music, dance, literature and the visual arts all flourished in an extraordinary outpouring, making France a dominant cultural power for centuries to come. Join us as we visit the bustling markets, the booksellers, the royal chapel and the sophisticated academies, on an insider’s tour organized by Alison Mackay, in her latest creation of music, words and stunning images.
FREE Pre-concert lecture
Guest Speaker Jane Couchman, Professor emerita of French and Women's Studies, Glendon College, York University. Held before each concert, on Nov 7 & 8, at 7pm, in the Gymnasium.
Q & A with Alison Mackay, creator of Paris Confidential
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The Little Barley-Corne
Yuletide Revels from the Renaissance
David Greenberg, who has been called “one of the most impassioned folk-fiddlers you’ll ever hear” joins forces with the Toronto Consort to throw a fabulous Christmas party of rollicking English ballads, infectious country dances and enchanting French noëls.
December 12 & 13 | 8pm
December 14 | 3:30pm
Splendours of the
Guest Director, theorbist Lucas Harris leads the Consort and assembled forces – cornettos, sackbuts, strings, keyboards, and virtuoso singers – in a lavish concert of music from the Viennese court and chapel of Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I.
February 6 & 7 | 8pm
Dowland in Dublin
with Michael Slattery and La Nef
Was the great John Dowland, often considered the quintessential English lute master, actually Irish? There’s lots of evidence that he was, and our guest ensemble, featuring tenor Michael Slattery, makes a compelling case.
March 27 & 28 | 8pm
The Play of Daniel
The grand finale to our season is the greatest masterpiece of Medieval music theatre: a wondrous telling of the story of the writing on the wall and Daniel in the lions’ den. A full theatrical production, with the Consort Medieval players and singers joined by Kevin Skelton in the role of Daniel, and the young voices of the Viva Youth Singers of Toronto.
May 22 & 23 | 8pm
May 24 | 3:30pm
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