Upcoming Performances and News
Rebecca sings with Mike Allen on guitar and Edi Castro on bass.
Wednesday, April 12, 2023, 12:00 – 1:00 pm
Music in the Atrium – Free and open to the public
Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Second floor, 610 University Avenue: new location on the 2nd floor
Leave a little extra time to find the performance space.
Parking: indoor lot behind hospital on Murray Street ($20); street parking may be available in the surrounding area.
TTC: a short walk south of Queen’s Park Station, on the west side of University Avenue.
Rebecca sings with Matt Pines on piano and Edi Castro on bass. Come for dinner or a drink. Durbar Indian Restaurant and Bar. Reserve at 416-762-4441, www.durbar.ca. 2469 Bloor Street West, Toronto, just west of Jane subway, on the south side of Bloor. Paid street parking or Green P lots opposite, on Riverview Gdns. Hear swinging classic jazz standards and enjoy delicious Indian food.
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We’ll be celebrating our amazing students in a silly and sensational recital at The Baby Point Club on Saturday, April 1. Young students play from 2 to 3 pm, followed by refreshments. Young-at-heart students play from 5 to 6 pm, followed by refreshments. A Songfest follows featuring The Lost Chord Band and Rebecca, Marc, and Adam Enkin and friends. Come listen or sit in with the musicians and perform your favourite song. 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Don’t forget to bring your best song and funniest joke!
Award-winning treble voices choir. $20 adults/$10 children. Order from me at firstname.lastname@example.org (e-transfer) – I have some tickets I need to sell, or buy tickets at the door.
Saturday, May 27, 2-3:30 pm
Forest Hill United Church, 2 Wembley Rd (Bathurst and Eglinton W.)
Cantala is thrilled to be invited to participate in the 23rd Annual FREE Noon Hour Choir & Organ Concerts and to perform with the esteemed organist David Simon at Roy Thompson Hall: https://www.roythomsonhall.com/tickets/cantala-womens-choir/
The Infinite Beauty of Sound
“Cantique de Jean Racine” by Gabriel Faure
“Missa Brevis in D” by Benjamin Britten
Errollyn Wallen’s “Peace on Earth”
Our organist is David Simon, an prominent organ recitalist, improviser, instructor, and liturgical musician. He won First Prize and Audience Prize in the University of Michigan organ improvisation competition in 2018. David has gone on to improvise extensively in concert, liturgy, and for silent films. David has performed in North America, the United Kingdom, Continental Europe, and Russia to the acclaim of audience members, reviewers, and his colleagues. He won First Prize at the Royal Canadian College of Organists (RCCO) national organ competition held in Halifax in 2019 and now serves as a member of the RCCO Competitions Committee. David is a doctoral candidate at Yale University in the studios of Thomas Murray and Jeff Brillhart. He is a Fellow of the RCCO, winning prizes for top national achievement. David will also be playing solo organ pieces as part of this concert.