LIVESTREAMS & VIRTUAL CONCERTS

Connecting Through Music

The Eybler Trio

Sunday November, 22, 2020 at 2pm

Both 2pm & 4pm concerts are sold out. Please join us virtually. Eybler Trio members Julia Wedman, Patrick Jordan and Margaret Gay will perform Mozart’s Divertimento K563. This concert will replace the one originally scheduled, as Tafelmusik is no longer able to travel to Niagara.

Tafelmusik - Passions of the Soul

November 26, 2020 8:00PM EST Online

Bliss, grief, delight: experience a kaleidoscope of emotions with 18th-century music that will open your heart and mind.

Opera Atelier

December 12, 2020 I 7:00PM ET

Something Rich & Strange is fully-staged new creation featuring theatre music that explores the realms of dreams, visions and the supernatural. Featuring soprano Measha Brueggergosman, tenor Colin Ainsworth, and more. With Artists of Atelier Ballet and musicians from Tafelmusik led by Music Director Elisa Citterio.

Something Rich & Strange will include music by Handel, Lully, Locke and Purcell, plus a new creation by Edwin Huizinga for soprano Measha Brueggergosman.

As a reminder, if you have already purchased tickets to Something Rich & Strange, no further action is required. You will receive an email from The Royal Conservatory Box office on the evening of December 12th, 2020, which will include a link and the password to view the production. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your ticketing purchase, please contact The Royal Conservatory Box Office at 416-408-0208 or tickets@rcmusic.ca

Toronto Bach Festival
Sunday November 1, 2020 at 2:30 pm
Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts

In-Person + Online Access

Join us for a celebration of some of Bach’s greatest concertos, including the amazing Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, with Toronto’s top baroque musicians. Revel in the Bach Concerto for two violins in D minor, BWV 1043, Concerto for oboe in G minor, after BWV 1056, and more. Toronto Bach Festival illuminates the creative genius of western music’s preeminent composer through exhilarating, historically-informed, and innovative performances.

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Aisslinn Nosky: The Violin in the 18th and 21st Centuries

Sunday November 22 2020 at 6:00 PM ET

Registrants will be sent information with a link to view the concert. Registration is free for this ONLINE event. Donations gratefully accepted. If you wish to contribute, select the option in the drop-down.

Internationally-regarded violinist Aisslinn Nosky presents a program of unaccompanied violin works from the 18th and 21st centuries, showing the connections between musical styles across time. Nosky is well-known for her dynamic performances of baroque music on period-appropriate instruments, and this program will showcase that music as well as a piece written more recently, specifically designed to pair with the violin partitas of J. S. Bach. This program includes the works of J. S. Bach, Telemann, and Michael Oesterle.

I FURIOSI Baroque Ensemble

FRIDAYS@5

"We have tons of amazing live performances from 20 years of I FURIOSI, and we are going through the archives, choosing the ones we like and sending them out to you with lots of love every Friday@5! " - Julia Wedman

OAE Player

New platform where you can interact with OAE Players through a collection of musical films.

Since June 2020, the OAE have been preparing a programme of cinematic, ultra-high-definition films created with a digital audience in mind. Our musicians have chosen the music, written the scripts and have fully embraced the opportunity to experiment beyond the limitations of the traditional concert format.
Now you can enjoy all of our creative projects in one place, available on a rental basis or you can buy an all access annual pass through the OAE website.

Brecon Baroque Festival

Rachel Podger

The 2020 Festival features the eagerly-awaited première of Chad Kelly’s The Goldberg Variations Reimagined created especially for Rachel Podger and Brecon Baroque.

We also present The Making of the Goldberg Variations. This is the behind the scenes story of how this project was conceived and created with Rachel Podger and Chad Kelly, and featuring writer and broadcaster Horatio Clare. The Festival is bookended by Rachel and Chad in an introductory talk and an interactive Q&A event to round off the weekend.

Arcangelo Baroque Ensemble

3 December 2020, 7pm GMT: Free Online Event

Free online event: Learn about Tim and Arcangelo’s new Vivaldi recording for Alpha Classics

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Australian Brandenburg Orchestra

Brandenburg One - Online Platform

Brandenburg One is the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra's inventive new digital stage. On this new digital content platform, we will share with you the passion and joy of Baroque music whenever you want and wherever you are. There are hours of music for you to enjoy on Brandenburg One, and we will release new performances and additional content each fortnight. We aim to build Brandenburg One into an expansive library of Baroque music for you to enjoy and share while the concert halls are closed and long after they reopen.

SEE RELEASE DATES

Academy of St Martin in the Fields

re :  connect

NIGHT WITH ELEANOR ALBERGA
Online from Thursday 26 November – Friday 25 December


LOVE, LIES AND JUSTICE WITH PHILIPPE SANDS
Online from Thursday 12 November – Friday 11 December


REGENERATION
Online until Saturday 28 November

Toronto Bach Festival

Friday November 13, 2020 at 7:00 PM

Concerto in C minor for Violin and Oboe, BWV 1060
Concerto in D minor for two Violins, BWV 1043
Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G major, BWV 1048

Tafelmusik: Passions of the Soul

Thursday Nov 26, 2020 at 8pm EST Online

PROGRAM:

  • Jean-Marie Leclair Ouverture to Scylla et Glaucus*

  • Giuseppe Tartini Concerto for violoncello in A Major*

  • Pietro Antonio Locatelli Sinfonia Funebre*

  • Michel Richard de Lalande Chaconne from Les fontaines de Versailles*

  • Johann Christoph Pez Orchestral suite in D Minor*

  • Johann Sebastian Bach Concerto for 3 violins in D Major, after BWV 1064

  • Georg Philipp Telemann Suite in B-flat Major “La Bourse” (The Stock Exchange)

Recording sessions with L'Harmonie des Saisons

August 19, 2020 - August 20, 2020 and September 3, 2020 - September 12, 2020 (Frelighsburg, Quebec)

  • Concertos by Bach, Vivaldi and Handel

  • Messiah 

  • Bach arias and instrumental music 

  • French program with music by Marais, Charpentier, Rebel, Delalande and Dumont 

  • Handel and Vivaldi arias and instrumental music

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Chris Wolf's chat with Violinist Julia Wedman and Violist Patrick Jordan on their recording of the Quartets of Franz Asplmayr.

Published: 03 August 2020

Earlier this week, Diamond Lane host Chris Wolf had the opportunity to chat with Violinist Julia Wedman and Violist Patrick Jordan, two members of the Eybler String Quartet. If you want to hear the complete conversation you can watch it following the link below.

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J.S. Bach, Magnificat in D & Jesu, meine Freude.

Final Concert of the Summer Baroque Choral Academy

Sing Magnificat! Virtual Choir.

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Live Streaming Concert at Isabel Digital Concert Hall

Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at 7:00 PM EDT

THE BEAUTY OF BACH


Musicians:

John Abberger, oboe (Toronto Bach Festival Music Director, Principal Oboist of Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra)

Julia Wedman, violin  (Violinist with Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, I Furiosi, Eybler Quartet)

Felix Deak, violoncello

Christopher Bagan, harpsichord

All Bach Program:

Trio in F, movements 1 and 2

Bouree I and II from Suite No. 3

Sonata in e for oboe

Sonata in e for violin

Ricercar from the Musical Offering

Allemande and Courante from French Suite No. 5

Trio in F, movements 3 and 4

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Franz Asplmayr - Documentary

Bringing New Life to Franz Asplmayr

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Eybler Quartet released its latest recording, Franz Asplmayr's String Quartets, Op. 2, nos. 1-6. This mini-documentary captures some behind-the-scenes footage of our recording sessions plus some hilarious interviews with the Eybler Quartet members!

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I FURIOSI Fridays@5

by Julia Wedman

"This is something I have been wanting us to do for our fans for a long time! We have tons of amazing live performances from 20 years of I Furiosi, and we are going through the archives, choosing the ones we like and sending them out to you with lots of love every Friday@5! Special thanks to Cristina Prats Costa for the brilliant video, to Lucas Harris for his beautiful playing and to Ryan McCambridge for recording all of our concerts!"

CBC Listen: This Is My Music with Violinist - Julia Wedman

May 16, 2020

Re-broadcast of "This Is My Music" - 2 hours of me hosting a radio show, talking about and listening to my favourite music and musicians that inspire me.

Franz Asplmayr virtual album release of the Six Op. 2 String Quartets

April 15, 2020

He's waited 250 years, but here it is! Available for download and streaming at iTunes and other platforms.

Toronto Bach Festival

TBC Autumn 2020

The Toronto Bach Festival illuminates the creative genius of western music’s preeminent composer through exhilarating, historically-informed, and innovative performances. Founded in 2016 by John Abberger, the Toronto Bach Festival endeavours to promote the music of this iconic composer to diverse audiences. Over time we aim to perform all of the composer’s works, sacred and secular, from intimate chamber pieces to large-scale works for orchestra, choir, and soloists.

SONGS OF LIFE YEAR 3 BACH ON TURTLE’S BACK - REBIRTH

May 2, 2021 at 2PM

Songs Of Life – Year 2 Bach On Turtle’s Back – Death

March 8, 2020
St. Catharines, ON, Canada

Creation, destruction and transformation resonate as connective themes of human expression.“Songs of Life”explores these profound truths through performances by solo violinist Julia Wedman of Tafelmusik, the artistic explorations of dancer Brian Solomon (Anishinaabe/Irish), and the transcendent music of J.S.Bach. Year two of a three year project, all supported by the Pluralism Fund.

Performers:
Sinéad White, soprano, Asitha Tennekoon, tenor,
Jessica Wright, mezzo soprano, Keith Lam, baritone, 
Alison Melville, flute, Michelle Odorico, violin, Patrick Jordan, viola, Margaret Gay, cello, Louise Hung, keyboard.
With special guest Mariana Medellin, dancer.

 
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