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November 30: Mark Himmelman, organist
In partnership with the Royal Conservatory of Music’s Glenn Gould School and the University of Toronto Faculty of Music, a wide range of singers and instrumentalists present free 45-minute noon hour concerts every Thursday from September 21 to November 30, 2023, and February 1 to May 30, 2024. Canada’s largest pipe organ is also featured prominently, appearing as a solo or accompanying instrument in over half of the concerts. Donations are welcome.
Two iconic Bach cantatas that reflect on life, pilgrimage, death, and eternal hope. Serenely beautiful poetry and music, sung by Canadian bass-baritone Russell Braun and featuring Tafelmusik Principal Oboist John Abberger, as well as period-instrument ensemble led by Jonathan Oldengarm. A co-presentation of Music at Met (Metropolitan United Church) and First Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Back by popular demand, the Trinity Bach Project (period instruments and vocal ensemble) presents Bach’s Cantata 192, motet “Der Geist Hilft”, works by Rheinberger and more, with spoken word. Freewill donations are gratefully accepted. In person and livestreamed.
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