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Opera for Young Audiences: The Magic Victrola

Imperial Oil Opera Theatre


Gracie and Sam discover a mysterious trunk in their grandfather’s attic, full of costumes, opera recordings, and an old-fashioned record player... a victrola. As they begin to play it, scenes from great operas magically come to life before them!

Duration is one hour. Suitable for ages five and up.


December 1: 10:30am and 1:30 pm

December 2: 11:00 am and 1:30 pm

December 3: 10:30 am and 1:30 pm

Cast and Creative Team 

Director: Ashlie Corcoran

Music Directors: Rachael Kerr/Stéphane Mayer

Set and Costume Designer: Camellia Koo

Lighting Designer: Davida Tkach

Mother/First Lady: Samantha Pickett

Papageno: Samuel Chan/Bruno Roy

Olympia/Lakmé/Papagena: Danika Lorèn

Mallika/Carmen/Second Lady: Simone McIntosh

Lauretta: Lauren Eberwein

Third Lady: Megan Quick

Grandpa: Ardon Bess

Sam: James Dunn

Gracie: Megan Dunn

Tickets are $30 for adults, and free for children under 12 (maximum of two free children's tickets for each adult ticket sold).
Additional children: $10 each

Call box office to purchase at 416-363-8231

Rehearsal Pianist: Bach's Christmas Oratorio

Metropolitan United Church

December 01, 2017

8:00 pm

Sung in the original German, with orchestra and soloists.

This is a co-production with the Amadeus Choir of Greater Toronto.

Monica Whicher, soprano

Marjorie Maltais, mezzo-soprano

Christopher Mayell, tenor

Dion Mazerolle, baritone

Toronto Mozart Players Present: Brass by Alec Wilder

Church of the Redeemer

December 03, 2017

2:00 pm

Alec Wilder (1907-1980), was an American composer whose original style fuses jazz, American song and European classical forms and techniques. His chamber music for brass is inventive, touching, beautifully crafted and thoroughly entertaining! While he didn't reach the fame and wealth of George Gershwin his musical expression similarly blends popular and classical styles and bridges musical communities.

The Toronto Mozart Players are proud to present these superb brass players from the Toronto Symphony Orchestra in this unique program:

Steven Woomert, trumpet
James Spragg, trumpet
Audrey Good, horn
Vanessa Fralick, trombone
Mark Tetreault, tuba
Rachael Kerr, piano

Program: Music for Brass by Alec Wilder
Three Vignettes for trombone and piano 
Suite in Three Movements for trumpet and piano 
Duet for horn and improvised percussion 
Suite No. 1 for tuba and piano “Effie” 
Suite No. 2 in Five movements for horn, tuba and piano 
Jazz Suite in Five Movements for Brass Quintet

Rehearsal Pianist: The Snowman

Roy Thomson Hall

December 10, 2017

3:00 pm

This beloved holiday film returns to the stage and screen in a program filled with your holiday favourites. The TSO performs Howard Blake’s beautiful score to the animated film The Snowman, featuring the much-loved song “Walking in the Air”. Filled with magic and adventure, The Snowman is the perfect way to kick off the holiday season! You’ll also hear holiday classics featuring Tha Spot Holiday Dancers and Resonance Youth Choir that are sure to get your toes tapping.

Concert running time is approximately two hours, including a 20-minute intermission.

The TSO’s Young People’s Concerts and Family Christmas concert are created especially for audience members ages 5–12.

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