The community is invited to enjoy an hour of beautiful music performed by the Canadian Children’s Opera Company and spotlighting Roy Thomson Hall’s magnificent Gabriel Kney pipe organ.
Teri Dunn, conductor / Christopher Dawes, organ
Celebrating its 50th season, the Canadian Children’s Opera Company is the only permanent children’s opera company in Canada that regularly commissions and produces opera for children. Based in Toronto, the members frequently perform with the Canadian Opera Company and other arts groups as well as tour nationally and internationally.
This concert features the 80 choristers of the company’s Principal and Youth choruses.
Part of Roy Thomson Hall’s 21st Annual FREE Noon Hour Choir & Organ Concerts.
For student groups of 20 or more, please fill out this form or call 416-593-1422,
Made possible by the generous support of Edwards Charitable Foundation.
Preview of The Monkiest King - Senior Divisions
March 8, 2018
The Principal and Youth Choruses are joined by special guests in a free noon-hour preview of our 50th anniversary opera commission, The Monkiest King
Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre
Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts
First Unitarian Congregation
175 St Clair Ave W
Toronto, ON M4V 1P7
Grades JK - 7
Tuesday, April 10, 4:30-6:30PM
Saturday, April 14, 11:30AM - 1:00PM
The Piper of Hamelin - Junior Divisions
April 22, 2018
In the spring, The Junior Divisions (children aged 3-10) will be presenting The Piper of Hamelin, featuring the children's opera by John Rutter with staging by Autumn Smith, and rounded out by a selection of choral works celebrating myths and monsters from around the world.