Here’s what’s coming up in the first part of March. Thursday 1st is Opera Pub Night at the Amsterdam Bicycle Club at 9pm. On Friday March 9th Soundstreams are presenting Tan Dun’s Water Passion at Trinity St. Paul’s at 8pm. On Wednesday 14th and Friday 16th the Glenn Gould School is presenting Die Fledermaus in a production by Joel Ivany. That’s at 7.30pm in Koerner Hall. It’s a good looking cast and recommended. Thursday 15th through Sunday 18th the UoT Opera is presenting Gershwin’s Of Thee I Sing in the MacMillan Theatre. The production is by Michael Patrick Albano and start times are 7.30pm except for Sunday at 2.30pm.
Day time activities as usual split between the university, the conservatory and the RBA. On the 1st at 12.10pm there’s a preview of Of Thee I Sing in Walter Hall. On the 7th from 1pm to 3pm John Hess is giving a public master class in Walter Hall. There’s also a preview of the CCOC’s The Monkiest King in the RBA at noon on the 8th. At 4.30pm on the 10th Whitney Mather has her final Masters recital in Walter Hall. And finally, on the 15th in the same venue at 12.10pm Monica Whicher and Steven Philcox are performing Schumann’s Liederkreis.