Christina Strynatka, Toronto Performing Arts Examiner
Autumn is officially here, and Toronto is left with little to do but resign itself to the fast approach of yet another winter season.
It’s also the time of year when being indoors is a more attractive option than braving the elements outside, and luckily for Torontonians, the performing arts calendar is just starting to heat up. The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, celebrating 120 years, will be unveiling the start of their new 2014/2015 season on October 15 at Koerner Hall by performing Haydn’s “Lord Nelson Mass” and Mozart’s “Requiem”. They’ll also be livestreaming the concert for anyone who can’t make it out.
Read the full preview online.