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Music Mondays completes “best ever” 26th Season

Music Mondays, the lunchtime concert series, has completed its 26th Season. The 18 concerts ran from
1st May to 28th August, 2017.
Ian Grundy, our Artistic Director, designed an excellent season of eclectic and diverse programming which garnered many compliments from our audience, “the best ever” said one regular.
We are grateful to the Church of the Holy Trinity, for hosting the series. The church building’s acoustics are magnificent. We have a suggested an audience donation of $5.00 each to make the concerts as accessible as possible. We were delighted to welcome an average audience of 110. Many audience members met up with friends and had lunch in the café afterwards. Continue reading Music Mondays completes “best ever” 26th Season

Summer positions at Holy Trinity

This summer, Church of the Holy Trinity is looking to hire two students for summer positions at our church.

A Community Worker and a Concert Co-ordinator and Vistor Guide.

Please find detailed postings attached here. Application deadline is Friday, May 26. Send cover letter and resume to ht@holytrinitytoronto.org.

Music Mondays’ season in full swing

Only 9 concerts left in this our 25th Anniversary season.

Visit the Music Mondays page to see the full schedule and details about repertoire.

Mark Monday, August 29 in your calendars for the 25th Anniversary Gala featuring David Braid on piano.

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Hailed in the Canadian press as “A jazz genius to call our own” (Macleans Magazine), Steinway Piano Artist David Braid was recently awarded Jazz Pianist of the Year in Canada. He has released nine recordings, garnering six Juno nominations and two Juno awards; he is also a multi-National Jazz Award Winner and a recipient of the Canada Council for the Arts’ “JazzID Award.” Join us to hear David perform on our new Steinway “B” piano, in a Gala Music Mondays 25th Anniversary Concert, presented by Steinway Piano Gallery Toronto. There will be a reception following the concert.

Music Mondays 25th Anniversary Season begins May 2

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Music Mondays has served as a launching pad for emerging talent since its inception in 1992. Our concerts take place in the warm acoustics of Holy Trinity Church, just steps away from the Eaton Centre. Our goal is to provide the highest possible musical experience to a pay-what-you-can downtown Toronto audience. Our audience includes office workers, tourists, retired folks, young children, the homeless, students and other musicians. We try to provide the best possible venue for emerging Canadian artists. The acoustics of Holy Trinity are very special – warm and inviting. The church boasts two fine instruments – a newly acquired Steinway “B” Concert Grand and a superb Casavant Frères tracker-action baroque organ. Musicians are invited to perform new Canadian works, involve the audience in the performance and push the acoustic envelope! To read more

First Concert – Monday May 2 with Agincourt Madrigal Singers

If Music Be the Food of Love – Multi-award winning Agincourt Madrigal Singers (MusicFest Nationals, the CMEA Leslie Bell Award, first place in National Music Festival Association and Toronto Kiwanis Music Festival) will be joined by the Agincourt Chamber Orchestra. Over 60 young performers will open our 25th Anniversary Season with works by David Dickau, Palestrina, David MacIntyre, Dan Davison, Peter Warlock and Mozart, all conducted by James Pinhorn and Amanda Tulk-O’Reilly.

Additional Schedule on the Music Mondays website

Music Mondays final two concerts

Monday,  August 24 at 12:15 PM

Blackwood – Peter-Anthony Togni, organ and piano, Jeff Reilly, bass clarinet perform the world premiere of Peter-Anthony Togni’s Benedicite, commissioned for Music Mondays and the Church of the Holy Trinity. In Blackwood, Togni and Reilly explore the full range of their musical experience, from modality to modernism, in a sound that that is beautiful, mysterious and totally engaging.

Monday, August 31 at 12:15 PM
In our final concert, conductor Evan Mitchell returns with Canzona Chamber Players and soprano Rachel Krehm to perform Richard Strauss’ Vier Lieder, Op. 27 and the cheery and lyrical Symphony No. 8 in G major, Op. 88, B. 163  by Antonín Dvořák. Don’t miss this one!
Admission pay-what-you-can. Suggested minimum donation $5 Concert starts at 12:15pm.
Hope to see you there!