Apollo's Fire (Cleveland Baroque)
Choeur St. Laurent
Clavecin en concert
Colours of Music Festival
Continuum Contemporary Music
Early Music Vancouver
Festival Baroque Montreal
Festival of the Sound
Guelph Chamber Choir
I Musici de Montreal
Jeunesses Musicales du Canada
L'Opera de Montreal
L'Opera de Quebec
National Arts Centre Orchestra
Niagara Symphony Orchestra
Opera in Concert
Orchestre symphonique de Laval
Orchestre symphonique de Montreal
Opera Lyra Ottawa
Ottawa Choral Society
Pacific Opera Victoria
Palm Beach Opera
Queen of Puddings Music Theatre
Studio de musique ancienne de Montreal
Symphony New Brunswick
Symphony Nova Scotia
Tapestry New Opera Works
Thunder Bay Symphony
Toronto Masque Theatre
Vancouver Bach Choir
Westben Concerts at the Barn
April is here at last, with welcome signs of spring and renewal everywhere.
Across the land, while rainy days banish memories of our brutal winter, Domoney Artists are ready to step on stage in a wide range of performances, from the sublime Passions of Bach in Halifax, Lunenberg, Elora and Ottawa to exciting premieres of contemporary opera in Montreal and Vancouver.
I am pleased to announce the addition of tenor Jacques Arsenault to the roster. Based in Edmonton, Jacques brings his robust voice and strong acting skills to the specialised Character tenor roles and looks forward to a busy schedule of coachings and auditions.
Summer festivals are just around the corner. Stay tuned for more announcements about future engagements!
Matthias Maute is one of seven finalists for the position of Music Director of Seattle Baroque Orchestra, and will be guest conducting a programme entitled "The American Dream" in November.
Follow our roster news with Director's Notes, where the spotlight is on the Stars of Domoney Artists Management. Here you will find special features on this wonderful group of Classical Singers, Orchestral and Opera Conductors and Stage Directors. Read about their passions, hobbies, dream opera roles and more.
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News from the
Apr 5 & 6
Baritone Dion Mazerolle debuts as Jesus in University of King's College Chapel Choir in Bach's St. Matthew Passion, April 5 in Lunenberg and April 6 in Halifax www.ukings.ca
Apr 6 Maude Brunet is a guest soloist with Montreal's Musica Orbium for “In Memoriam JFK" featuring Vaughan Williams' Mass in G Minor and Herbert Howells' Requiem, with Patrick Wedd conducting www.musica-orbium.org
Mezzo soprano Maria Soulis performs Vivaldi Sacred Works with Aradia Ensemble, Kevin Mallon conducting at St. Anne's Anglican Church, Toronto www.aradia.ca
Soprano Ellen Wieser sings “In an English Garden”, music by Handel, Purcell and more, with the Mont-Royal Baroque Collective, Riviere-des-Prairies cbmroyal.wordpress.com
May 1 – 3 Matthias Maute conducts I Musici de Montréal in "Passion romantique / The Passion of the Romantics", three major works from the Romantic repertoire – Chopin Concerto pour piano No. 2, Schubert's Quartettsatz, and Borodin's Nocturne, plus Koomans' The Jogger (transcribed by Matthias Maute for flute and strings), with Charles-Richard Hamelin, pianist www.imusici.com
Benjamin Covey joins the cast for a double-bill of Jacque Offenbach's Ba-ta-clan and Reynaldo Hahn's L'île du rêve with Opera 5 at the Aliance Française, Toronto www.operafive.com
Mezzo Soprano Maude Brunet sings Pergolesi’s Stabat mater with the Montréal Symphony Orchestra at Maison symphonique, Montréal www.osm.ca
"The highlight throughout the evening was definitely the outstanding performances by the guest soloists and I will start with [Adam] Fisher, whose soaring tenor voice filled the building with a wonderful feeling of warmth as he performed If I loved You from Carousel and Younger Than Springtime from South Pacific."