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Classical Calendar: March 2020

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The Seagull, at Soulpepper Theatre

February 27, 2020

Here at The New Classical FM we’ve started to fill out our calendars for the month of March. There are too many amazing concerts and events happening in the Toronto area to list them all, but below are a few that we think you’ll really enjoy!

March 6 at 8:00 pm
The Royal Conservatory of Music
Kyung Wha Chung with Kevin Kenner
Mozart: Violin Sonata No. 21 in E Minor, K. 304
Beethoven: Violin Sonata No. 7 in C Minor, op. 30, no. 2
Franck: Violin Sonata in A Major, M. 8
Koerner Hall (Bloor at Queen’s Park)

March 13 – 15, various times
Toronto Symphony Orchestra
Pictures at an Exhibition
Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 1
Mussorgsky/orch. Ravel: Pictures at an Exhibition
Jader Bignamini, conductor
Sergei Babayan, piano
Roy Thomson Hall (Simcoe / King)

March 26 – 29, various times
Bach St. John Passion
JS Bach: St. John Passion
Ivars Taurins, conductor
Jana Miller, soprano
Krisztina Szabo, mezzo-soprano
Charles Daniels, tenor
William Sharp, baritone
Andrew Mahon, bass-baritone
Tafelmusik Chamber Choir
Koerner Hall (Bloor at Queen’s Park)

March 13 at 3:50 pm (and April 19 at 1:00 pm)
Call Me Jimmy: The Films of James Stewart – Rear Window
TIFF is presenting the films of James Stewart, including the classic Rear Window, co-starring Grace Kelly and Canadian actor Raymond Burr. This Hitchcock movie, about a recovering, home-bound photographer checking out the neighbours across the courtyard, is a commentary on voyeurism. The New Classical FM is a media partner.
TIFF Bell Lightbox (King at John)

March 15 at 2 pm
The Royal Conservatory of Music
John O’Conor and Beethoven
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 30 in E Major, op. 109
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 31 in A flat Major, op. 110
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 32 in C Major, op. 111
Koerner Hall (Bloor at Queen’s Park)

March 26 – April 27, various times
The Seagull
By Anton Chekov. Family drama: unrequited love, creative jealousy, guns, and vodka. A summer weekend at a lakeside estate falls apart when celebrities come to visit. Ridiculous and profound, this play examines the need to create art and destructive power of love.
Marcia: Ghazal Azarbad
Peter Sorin: Oliver Dennis
Pauline: Raquel Duffy
Nina: Hailey Gillis
Boris: Daren A. Herbert
Hugo: Stuart Hughes
Simeon: Alex McCooeye
Irina: Michelle Monteith
Jacob: Dan Mousseau
Konstantin: Paolo Santalucia
Leo: Sugith Varughese
Young Centre (Distillery District)


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