2023-24 Season

La Scena Musicale | Toronto Mendelssohn Choir’s splendid modernization of baroque music
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La Scena Musicale | Toronto Mendelssohn Choir’s splendid modernization of baroque music

Toronto Mendelssohn Choir’s splendid modernization of baroque music La Scena Musicale Kristen Whittle September 27, 2023 The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir opened their 2023/24 season with “In Time,” a program that combined baroque music and contemporary dance. The choir collaborated with dancers from Compagnie de la Citadelle to create an amalgamation of old and new that...

Operaramblings | In Time
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Operaramblings | In Time

In Time OperaRamblings September 24, 2023 Friday night saw the first concert of the Toronto Mendelssohn Singers’ 2023/24 season at Jeanne Lamon Hall.  It was an intriguing programme both in the choice of music and in the use of dance in the presentation.  The bookends were two works written in 1707 by two 22 year...

TMChoir In Time Concert Poster
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In Time Program Notes

The program notes are written by Rena Roussin, Musicologist-in-Residence.   Welcome to the Toronto Mendelssohn Singers’ opening concert of the 2023-2024 season! This  season begins with a collaboration in musical and artistic storytelling, as the TMSingers are joined by Compagnie de la Citadelle, performing choreography by Laurence Lemieux. The title of tonight’s program, In Time, opens...

TMChoir 23.24 Concert Season
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La Scena Musicale: Toronto Mendelssohn Choir 2023-24 Season: Hear the Passion

Toronto Mendelssohn Choir 2023-24 Season: Hear the Passion La Scena Musicale Denise Lai September 1, 2023 The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir has big plans for its upcoming 2023-24 season. Artistic Director Jean-Sébastien Vallée’s programming is based on the theme “Human Passion Unleashed.” Vallée explains that this season’s repertoire resonates deeply with the core of human emotions,...

TMChoir 23.24 Season
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Toronto Mendelssohn Choir Announces 2023/2024 Season

The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir is delighted to announce their 2023/2024 season under the artistic direction of Jean-Sébastien Vallée. Highlights of the upcoming season include two major choral masterworks: Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana, which features the TMChoir with a full orchestra at Roy Thomson Hall, and Verdi’s haunting Requiem at both Koerner Hall and George Weston...

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