Internationally-acclaimed English tenor Charles Daniels joins The Toronto Consort to perform one of the brightest musical jewels of early-Baroque Germany: Heinrich Schütz’s The Christmas Story.
Particularly noted for his baroque music performances, Charles is a frequent soloist with The King’s Consort (UK). He studied at King’s College, Cambridge, and at the Royal College of Music in London. He has a prolific recording legacy having made over ninety recordings ranging from the earliest renaissance music through to the contemporary repertoire. Charles performs frequently with Netherlands Baroque Society (Jos van Veldhoven) and makes regular appearances throughout Canada where he works with Les Voix Baroques, Les Voix Humaines, Tafelmusik, Early Music Vancouver, and at the Montreal Baroque Festival.
Celebrate the warmth of the holiday season with an endearing telling of The Christmas Story, along with music by Schein, Scheidt and Hassler Dec 13, 14 & 15 at Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre.
Watch Charles Daniels Perform Casals’ Nigra Sum
Schütz’s Christmas Story
December 13, 14 & 15
Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre
427 Bloor St West, Toronto