Cascades Sunday, Nov 4, 2018 3PM
Carol Jantsch, Principal Tubist of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Soloist Jean-Michel Malouf, Conductor
One of the finest young tubists in the world today, Carol Jantsch will bring her unique blend of virtuosity and lyricism to Toronto for a wonderful afternoon of new and familiar music for tuba and brass. These lows notes will definitely be a highlight to open our 2018-19 season.
Christmas Cheer Tuesday, Dec 11, 2018 7:30PM
Ben Heppner, Host and Tenor Soloist
The Elmer Iseler Singers
The Holiday Season hits full stride with the incomparable Ben Heppner in a glorious evening of warmth, song and seasonal celebration. Join us at the marvellous Metropolitan United for an inspiring respite from the season and bathe in the glorious sounds of choir and brass.
From Russia with Brass Sunday, Feb 10, 2019 3PM
Philip Smith, Conductor and Trumpet Soloist
Former Principal Trumpet of the New York Philharmonic, Philip Smith is back with the band to lead a concert of rollicking and powerful Russian music. Featuring the Festive Overture, The Procession of the Nobles, the Polovtsian Dances and other familiar barnstormers, this concert will get you dancing and keep you humming.
North Atlantic Drift Sunday, April 14, 2019
Dan MacDonald, Fiddle
Brian Taheny, Guitar
Ross Griffiths, Pipes
James Gourlay, Conductor
The North Atlantic Drift is a current that runs directly from Canada’s East Coast to Ireland providing a historical trading and cultural connection. This season finale concert with the acclaimed Celtic Trio of the same name brings together the music of Ireland, Scotland, and Cape Breton with a distinctly Canadian style. Together with our own Scottish Lord of the Dance, James Gourlay, the trio and brass will get your toes tapping and leave you with a song in your heart and a smile on your lips.