Thanks for joining us for another great season of Summer Music in the Garden. We hope you enjoyed it ... we sure did! See you next summer!
The Madawaska Quartet performs Haydn’s Quartet in F minor, Op. 20 No. 5 and Shostakovich’s String Quartet No. 3 in F Major.
Supported byKip Southam and Donna Deboehmler
Montreal’s Les Voix humaines viol quartet presents a new take on Vivaldi’s Four Seasons.
Supported byPhilip and Eli Taylor / Invesco Canada Ltd.
New music featuring traditional Chinese and Korean instruments, performed by Amely Zhou (erhu), Lipeng Wu (dizi), Roa Lee (gayageum) and Evan Lamberton (cello).
Montreal’s Cénacle performs delightful, late-18th-century music for the unusual combination of oboe, viola d’amore and violone.
Supported byAlice and Grant Burton
Due to a risk of thunderstorms, this performance has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Supported byRob Bell and Diane Walker
Andréa Tyniec (violin) and Stéphane Tétreault (cello) perform duos by Kodály, Ravel and Glière.
Supported byMichael and Sonja Koerner
TorQ Percussion Quartet performs music of Steve Reich, Dinuk Wijeratne, and members of TorQ.
Supported byRobert and Ann Corcoran
Rumi Canada performs sacred music rooted in Sufi and Dervish traditions.
Vocalist Flavia Nascimento joins Toronto’s Tio Chorinho for an afternoon of Brazillian choro.
Supported byK.M. Hunter Charitable Foundation
The New Zealand String Quartet performs music by Haydn, Janacek and Puccini.
Supported byThe Gail Asper Family Foundation
Songs by Theodorakis, Federico García Lorca, and Manuel de Falla, performed by Maria Soulis (mezzo-soprano), William Beauvais (guitar) and Joyce Lai (violin).
Supported bySandra and Jim Pitblado
Ramneek Singh (voice), Ravi Naimpally (tabla) and Hardeep Chana (harmonium) weave mesmerizing improvisations on Hindustani classical raags.
In memory of Sheila Kirpalani
Supported by The Sheila Kirpalani Foundationrepresented by Dr. Anish and Mrs. Pooja Kirpalani
The all-female quartet Blisk brings ancient vocal and dance traditions of Eastern European into the modern world.
Supported byOur 2018 Audience Members
Laüsa adds their contemporary flair to the vibrant traditional music of Gascony, in southwest France.
Supported byAnonymous Supporter
The cello duo VC2 performs music from the 18th century and from our own time, including the world premiere of Final Glimpse by Kelly-Marie Murphy, commissioned by Harbourfront Centre.
Supported by theRobert and Ann Corcoran
Baroque cellists Elinor Frey and Phoebe Carrai perform delightful 18th-century duos and Bach’s Suite no. 1 in G Major for solo cello.
Supported byJim and the late Margaret Fleck
Percussionist Aiyun Huang and violinist Mark Fewer perform music by J.S. Bach, Michael Oesterle, John Hollenbeck and Javier Alvarez.
This concert will include the world premiere of Sensations of Metals by Christopher Adler, commissioned by the Zita and Mark Bernstein Family Foundation.
Kate Bennett Wadsworth performs Bach’s Suite No. 5 in C Minor for Unaccompanied Cello, BWV 1011, and the world premiere of the Bach-inspired Rambling Rose II by Michael Oesterle, along with music by Kapsberger and Boismortier.
Supported byJudy and Wilmot Matthews
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