Upcoming Performances and News

Mike Allen (guitar) and Rebecca Enkin Jazz Duo
Saturday, November 23, 2019
2:00 to 5:00 pm
Fireside concert at the home of Mike and Erika Allen.
39 Seaton Drive, Aurora, Ontario.
$30 ticket. A fundraiser in support of the Toronto Humane Society.
Reservations at 905-726-9043

Special guest: renowned Canadian harpist Erica Goodman

Sat, Dec. 7, 2019, 7:00 pm – $20 at the door, or in advance at this link: Tickets
St. Martin-in-the-Fields Anglican Church, 151 Glenlake Road, Toronto
Reception follows

East of Keele, north of Bloor; near Keele subway and street parking

www.cantalawomenschoir.com.
Repertoire
Dancing Day, John Rutter
Hodie Christus Natus Est, Kelly Marie Murphy
Les anges dans nos campagnes, Bernat Vivancos
Angel’s Carol, John Rutter
Alleluia, David L. MacIntyre
Ave Verum Corpus, Francis Poulenc
Coventry Carol, a world premier by Beverly Lewis, with oboist Donald Boere

Mezzetta Annual Holiday Show
Wednesday, December 18, 2019
Featuring Rebecca Enkin Trio with Rob Thaller on keys and Pat Collins on bass, plus special guests!
Arrive at 8 pm for a delicious tapas dinner. Sets at 9:00 and 10:15 pm.
Quiet listening policy during the show. $12 cover charge

Mezzetta Restaurant and Tapas Bar
681 St. Clair Ave. West, at Christie, Toronto
Reservations required for first set: 416-658-5687.
Click here for Mezzetta menu

https://www.banffcentre.ca/programs/choral-art-choirs/20190215

Banff Center for Arts and Creativity workshop intensive where we get to work with award-winning, international composition and conductor faculty, and work with ensemble-in-residence Pro Coro Canada. The weekend aims to create exchanges between a circle of creators, leaders, and performers active in the choral music milieu. The workshop also aims to support and bring visibility to the Canadian choral community, and encourage collaboration within the Canadian network. Choirs will explore new approaches to the performance of choral music, work on pre-existing repertoire, explore new works, and further refine their craft through coaching and lectures. We are very excited to have been offered this opportunity.

The concert is free to the public. Cantala is thrilled to be invited to participate in this series and to perform with the esteemed organist David Simon in the recital.

Cantala Women’s Choir: Saturday, May 2, 7:00 pm
Forest Hill United Church, 2 Wembley Road (at Bathurst, just north of Eglinton)

www.cantalawomenschoir.com
Join Nancy Singla and the Cantala Women’s Choir, along with guest performers, for our spring 2020 concert. It will be a celebration of wonderful music from Canada, America, Australia and Brazil. It will feature Toronto’s percussionist, David Schotzko on marimba in a piece by Toronto composer James Rolfe.

Tickets are $20 at the door or online at www.cantalawomenschoir.com. A reception will follow the concert. Please stay and say hello.

Repertoire:

 

Here’s a quick recording that guitarist Mike Allen and I did last year.  “How Deep is the Ocean” by Irving Berlin  Please drop me an email to rebecca@rebeccaenkin.com if you want to be added to my mailing list.

      how deep is the ocean