Don't miss: the Amici Ensemble reimagines Don Giovanni

Don't miss: the Amici Ensemble reimagines Don Giovanni

Jenna Simeonov

On February 19, 3pm at Mazzoleni Hall on Bloor Street, the Amici Chamber Ensemble continues its season with a night of Mozart, with a twist.

Amici welcomes baritone Aaron Durand, mezzo-soprano Beste Kalender, and wind players from the Toronto Symphony Orchestra for a programme of Mozart’s Fantasy in D Minor for Solo Piano, his Quintet for Piano and Winds, and a rare version of his famed opera, Don Giovanni.

Insiring the concert’s title, Don Giovanni Reimagined, the Amici ensemble presents Josef Triebensee’s arrangement; the Bohemian oboist and composer reduced Mozar’ts opera, scoring it for a chamber ensemble of wind instruments, and enough singers to cover the short selection of numbers from the opera.

Tickets for Don Giovanni Reimagined start at just $10. You can find out more right here, or grab your tickets here.

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