Carmina Burana reviewed by operaramblings

John Gilks, operaramblings.

After the interval it was Carl Orff’s well known reworking of a bunch of medieval scribblings; the Carmina Burana.  Variously sexually explicit, scatological and just plain daft it is, above all tremendous fun.  It got a fine performance from the orchestra, the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, the Toronto Children’s Chorus and a trio of soloists.  I was struck by the very precise diction of the gentleman of the choir matched by a very fine, precise performance of the baritone solo part by Philip Addis.

Read the full review on the operaramblings blog.

Categories: 2016-2017 Season and Media Reviews.