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Thursday, October 31 Events

WHEN: 7:30 PM, Thursday, October 31; Saturday, 7:30 PM November 2; 3:00 PM, Sunday, November 3 
WHAT: Opera Atelier presents Mozart’s Don Giovanni.
Don’t miss this outrageous comedy of an incorrigible young playboy who blazes a path to his own destruction in a single day. Firmly grounded in the tradition of the Italian commedia dell’arte, this glittering new production took Toronto by storm in 2011. Join us for our first revival – starring Douglas Williams as Don Giovanni – in the gorgeous Ed Mirvish Theatre.

STARRING: Colin Ainsworth, Gustav Andreassen, Mireille Asselin, Stephen Hegedus, Carla Huhtanen, Olivier Laquerre, Meghan Lindsay, Douglas Williams.

With Artists of Atelier Ballet and Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Elisa Citterio, Music Director) under the baton of David Fallis, and the Chorus of the University of Toronto Schola Cantorum, along with members of the Choir of the Theatre of Early Music, under the direction of Lead Vocal Consultant and Chorus Master Daniel Taylor.

WHERE: Ed Mirvish Theatre, 244 Victoria St., Toronto, ON
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WHEN: 7:30 PM, Thursday, October 31; 8:00 PM, Saturday, November 2
WHAT: The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra presents The Firebird.
As difficult as it may be to believe, The Firebird was Igor Stravinsky’s first large-scale work for orchestra. The ballet was such a tremendous success that the composer instantly became an international sensation. The program also features two works by Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s younger sister. This gifted composer’s career skyrocketed when she became the first woman to win the Prix de Rome at the age of 19, but was cut tragically short when she died five years later from a chronic illness. 
Elgar’s Cello Concerto, his last major work, speaks of the anguish and disillusionment the composer felt about the Great War and what it had done to the world. The concert opens with Debussy’s Printemps (Springtime), a misty blend of winds, strings, and brass.

Ward Stare, conductor; Andrei Ioniță, cello

WHERE: Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre, 26 Gibbs Street, Rochester, NY 
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