2015-2016 Season: Join Our Treasure Hunt

There are some well-known pieces of music I will cherish to the end of my days. But some of history’s most incredible music is still languishing, either unedited or unpublished, or often just underperformed. I feel a sense of purpose (and indeed a thrill) in my modest efforts to dig such works up and present them to Toronto’s appreciative audiences.

Join the TCC’s treasure hunt this season. You’ll hear exquisite Portuguese polyphony Matteo Ricci might have heard on his way to China, alongside the Ming dynasty music he heard upon arriving. We’ll celebrate Christmas with glorious sacred concertos from Dresden spiced by the plucking of the Toronto Continuo Collective. You’ll experience stunning choral works by female composers as you consider the reasons why such composers could exist in their time and why you haven’t heard of them before. We finish the season with stimulating music from Central & Eastern Europe, lands on the margins of Europe’s recognized musical centres and yet defining the musical developments of both the seventeenth and twentieth centuries.

Come and claim your share of the loot!

Sincerely,
Lucas Harris

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Sunday
November 1
2015 3:00 pm

The Memory Palace of Matteo Ricci

KAFFEEMUSIK
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER

Saturday
December 12
2015 8:00 pm

Christmas in Dresden


CONCERT
CALVIN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Sunday
March 13
2016 3:00 pm

A Voice of Her Own


KAFFEEMUSIK
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER

Saturday
May 28
2016 8:00 pm

The Sun Rises in the East


CONCERT
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER

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