Fallis wraps 27 years with the Toronto Consort

Fallis wraps 27 years with the Toronto Consort

After 27 years with The Toronto Consort, David Fallis will conduct his final performances as Artistic Director this month. May 25-27 at Trinity-St. Paul's Centre, the Consort presents Monteverdi's Orfeo, featuring English tenor Charles Daniels in the title role.

Fallis has made considerable contributions to Toronto's Early Music Scene. With The Toronto Consort, he has led staged, semi-staged, and concert performances of all three operas by Monteverdi, and works by Cavalli and Carissimi.

Orfeo, a story about music's power to make great things happen, and "the first great opera", is a fitting finale to Fallis' tenure as Artistic Director.

Readers, we're giving away two pairs of tickets to the matinee performance on May 27 (3:30pm). To be eligible for the draw, share or retweet this post (give us a tag @Schmopera, too!) and tell us why you're keen to see Orfeo with one of Toronto's cornerstones of Early Music. We'll draw a winner on Wednesday, May 23.

For details and tickets to Toronto Consort's presentation of Orfeo, click here.

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Jenna Simeonov

Jenna Simeonov

Jenna is the editor and co-creator of Schmopera.com. She's also a pianist, vocal coach, and répétiteur, and working with singers is how she fell in love with opera. Her favourite operas include Peter Grimes, Ariadne auf Naxos, Tristan und Isolde, Written on Skin, and Anna Nicole.

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