August 31st at 12.15 pm there’s a concert in the Music on Mondays series featuring soprano Rachel Krehm and an orchestra conducted by Evan Mitchell performing Dove sono by Mozart, selections from Strauss Op 27 and Dvorak’s 8th Symphony. It’s at Holy Trinity Church near the Eaton Centre. PWYC suggested $5.
September 3rd through 6th. Bicycle Opera Project. See previous post.
September 22nd at noon in the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre is the traditional start to the free concert series with a concert by the members of the COC Ensemble Studio.
September 25th and 26th at St. Bartholomew’s Anglican Church at 8pm Friends of Gravity are performing Weill’s Seven Deadly Sins with silent film visuals. This is the show that was postponed from the Spring. More details and tickets here.
Also on September 26th Metro Youth Opera have a season launch party at Opera Bob’s; bass Robert Pomakov’s watering hole, at 1112 Dundas Street West from 5pm to 8pm. Early bird tickets are $20 and include snacks and a drink. Tickets here.
September 29th features two concerts. At noon in the RBA there’s a free concert by Arraymusic titled Love Shards of Sappho. It features Barbara Monk Feldman’s The Love Shards of Sappho and Linda Catlin Smith’s Hieroglyphs. Later, at 8pm at Koerner Hall, Adrianne Pieczonka and Krisztina Szabó are performing contemporary music as part of the Soundstreams series. Adrianne will sing Berio’s arrangements of Beatles songs while Krisztina will perform George Crumb’s American Songbook, which uses a wide array of percussion instruments to transform spirituals, hymns, Civil War songs, and other folk material into contemporary soundscapes. She will also perform the world premiere of Analia Llugdar’s Romance de la luna, luna, a flamenco-flavoured work inspired by the Lorca poem of the same name. Not a bad day for contemporary song!