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Oct
31
Tue
Other Side of the Game @ Aki Studio
Oct 31 @ 8:00 pm – Nov 21 @ 10:00 pm

OTHER SIDE OF THE GAME

 
A CAHOOTS THEATRE & OBSIDIAN THEATRE CO-PRODUCTION
 
October 14 – November 5, 2017
Aki Studio
585 Dundas Street E
 
 
Written by Amanda Parris
Direction by Nigel Shawn Williams
Set & Props by Joanna Yu
Costume Design by Rachel Forbes
Lighting Design by Kaitlin Hickey
Sound Design by Verne Good
Choreography by Jasmyn Fyffe
Dramaturgy by Marjorie Chan
Production Management by Laura Warren
Stage Management by Neha Ross
Apprentice Stage Management by Logan Cracknell
Assistant Director: Amanda Cordner
 
Performed by: Peter Bailey, Shakura Dickson, Virgilia Griffith, Ryan Rosery, & Ordena Stephens-Thompson
 
 
Set before the rise of Black Lives Matter, this story of silenced black women who organize communities, protect loved ones, battle institutions, and live each day by a ride-or-die philosophy resonates amidst today’s bubbling tensions. Presented in Aki Studio from October 14th to November 5th, 2017, this first-time partnership between Cahoots and Obsidian celebrates Parris’ deft illumination of the resilience and struggles of a population under siege.
 
ASL interpreted performance October 20, 2017
Deaf Community Consultant: Symara Bonner
Deaf Interpreters: Samreen Aziz, Charlene Malcolm
ASL/English Interpreters: Tara Lee Everett, Erin Fremlin
 
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Nov
1
Wed
Other Side of the Game @ Aki Studio
Nov 1 @ 8:00 pm – Nov 22 @ 10:00 pm

OTHER SIDE OF THE GAME

 
A CAHOOTS THEATRE & OBSIDIAN THEATRE CO-PRODUCTION
 
October 14 – November 5, 2017
Aki Studio
585 Dundas Street E
 
 
Written by Amanda Parris
Direction by Nigel Shawn Williams
Set & Props by Joanna Yu
Costume Design by Rachel Forbes
Lighting Design by Kaitlin Hickey
Sound Design by Verne Good
Choreography by Jasmyn Fyffe
Dramaturgy by Marjorie Chan
Production Management by Laura Warren
Stage Management by Neha Ross
Apprentice Stage Management by Logan Cracknell
Assistant Director: Amanda Cordner
 
Performed by: Peter Bailey, Shakura Dickson, Virgilia Griffith, Ryan Rosery, & Ordena Stephens-Thompson
 
 
Set before the rise of Black Lives Matter, this story of silenced black women who organize communities, protect loved ones, battle institutions, and live each day by a ride-or-die philosophy resonates amidst today’s bubbling tensions. Presented in Aki Studio from October 14th to November 5th, 2017, this first-time partnership between Cahoots and Obsidian celebrates Parris’ deft illumination of the resilience and struggles of a population under siege.
 
ASL interpreted performance October 20, 2017
Deaf Community Consultant: Symara Bonner
Deaf Interpreters: Samreen Aziz, Charlene Malcolm
ASL/English Interpreters: Tara Lee Everett, Erin Fremlin
 
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Nov
2
Thu
Other Side of the Game @ Aki Studio
Nov 2 @ 8:00 pm – Nov 23 @ 10:00 pm

OTHER SIDE OF THE GAME

 
A CAHOOTS THEATRE & OBSIDIAN THEATRE CO-PRODUCTION
 
October 14 – November 5, 2017
Aki Studio
585 Dundas Street E
 
 
Written by Amanda Parris
Direction by Nigel Shawn Williams
Set & Props by Joanna Yu
Costume Design by Rachel Forbes
Lighting Design by Kaitlin Hickey
Sound Design by Verne Good
Choreography by Jasmyn Fyffe
Dramaturgy by Marjorie Chan
Production Management by Laura Warren
Stage Management by Neha Ross
Apprentice Stage Management by Logan Cracknell
Assistant Director: Amanda Cordner
 
Performed by: Peter Bailey, Shakura Dickson, Virgilia Griffith, Ryan Rosery, & Ordena Stephens-Thompson
 
 
Set before the rise of Black Lives Matter, this story of silenced black women who organize communities, protect loved ones, battle institutions, and live each day by a ride-or-die philosophy resonates amidst today’s bubbling tensions. Presented in Aki Studio from October 14th to November 5th, 2017, this first-time partnership between Cahoots and Obsidian celebrates Parris’ deft illumination of the resilience and struggles of a population under siege.
 
ASL interpreted performance October 20, 2017
Deaf Community Consultant: Symara Bonner
Deaf Interpreters: Samreen Aziz, Charlene Malcolm
ASL/English Interpreters: Tara Lee Everett, Erin Fremlin
 
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Nov
3
Fri
Other Side of the Game @ Aki Studio
Nov 3 @ 8:00 pm – Nov 24 @ 10:00 pm

OTHER SIDE OF THE GAME

 
A CAHOOTS THEATRE & OBSIDIAN THEATRE CO-PRODUCTION
 
October 14 – November 5, 2017
Aki Studio
585 Dundas Street E
 
 
Written by Amanda Parris
Direction by Nigel Shawn Williams
Set & Props by Joanna Yu
Costume Design by Rachel Forbes
Lighting Design by Kaitlin Hickey
Sound Design by Verne Good
Choreography by Jasmyn Fyffe
Dramaturgy by Marjorie Chan
Production Management by Laura Warren
Stage Management by Neha Ross
Apprentice Stage Management by Logan Cracknell
Assistant Director: Amanda Cordner
 
Performed by: Peter Bailey, Shakura Dickson, Virgilia Griffith, Ryan Rosery, & Ordena Stephens-Thompson
 
 
Set before the rise of Black Lives Matter, this story of silenced black women who organize communities, protect loved ones, battle institutions, and live each day by a ride-or-die philosophy resonates amidst today’s bubbling tensions. Presented in Aki Studio from October 14th to November 5th, 2017, this first-time partnership between Cahoots and Obsidian celebrates Parris’ deft illumination of the resilience and struggles of a population under siege.
 
ASL interpreted performance October 20, 2017
Deaf Community Consultant: Symara Bonner
Deaf Interpreters: Samreen Aziz, Charlene Malcolm
ASL/English Interpreters: Tara Lee Everett, Erin Fremlin
 
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Nov
4
Sat
Other Side of the Game @ Aki Studio
Nov 4 @ 8:00 pm – Nov 25 @ 10:00 pm

OTHER SIDE OF THE GAME

 
A CAHOOTS THEATRE & OBSIDIAN THEATRE CO-PRODUCTION
 
October 14 – November 5, 2017
Aki Studio
585 Dundas Street E
 
 
Written by Amanda Parris
Direction by Nigel Shawn Williams
Set & Props by Joanna Yu
Costume Design by Rachel Forbes
Lighting Design by Kaitlin Hickey
Sound Design by Verne Good
Choreography by Jasmyn Fyffe
Dramaturgy by Marjorie Chan
Production Management by Laura Warren
Stage Management by Neha Ross
Apprentice Stage Management by Logan Cracknell
Assistant Director: Amanda Cordner
 
Performed by: Peter Bailey, Shakura Dickson, Virgilia Griffith, Ryan Rosery, & Ordena Stephens-Thompson
 
 
Set before the rise of Black Lives Matter, this story of silenced black women who organize communities, protect loved ones, battle institutions, and live each day by a ride-or-die philosophy resonates amidst today’s bubbling tensions. Presented in Aki Studio from October 14th to November 5th, 2017, this first-time partnership between Cahoots and Obsidian celebrates Parris’ deft illumination of the resilience and struggles of a population under siege.
 
ASL interpreted performance October 20, 2017
Deaf Community Consultant: Symara Bonner
Deaf Interpreters: Samreen Aziz, Charlene Malcolm
ASL/English Interpreters: Tara Lee Everett, Erin Fremlin
 
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Nov
16
Thu
Tafelmusik: Elisa’s Italian Adventure @ Trinity-St. Paul Centre
Nov 16 – Nov 20 all-day
Tafelmusik: Elisa's Italian Adventure @ Trinity-St. Paul Centre | Toronto | Ontario | Canada

 

Take a Grand Tour across baroque Italy with our new Music Director as your guide.
 
“Freshness, liveliness and even a touch of (the) Mediterranean… have been brought by Italian violinist Elisa Citterio.” – L’Ape Musicale (on her 2015 Tafelmusik concert)
 
No 18th-century Grand Tour was complete without a taste of La Bella Italia. Join Tafelmusik’s new Music Director Elisa Citterio as she leads you through the sights, sounds, and tastes of her home country: the sunny hilltops and shady lagoons, gilded theatres and dusty churches, the orchards and vineyards that inspired Italy’s great baroque composers.
 
From Vivaldi’s “Autumn” to Fontana’s sonatas (written in Elisa’s hometown, Brescia), Steffani’s dramatic suites to Locatelli’s energetic concertos, the innovations and passions of Italy’s musicians are all to be found here. Join us to welcome Elisa to Tafelmusik’s home venue, in her debut as Music Director at Trinity-St Paul’s Centre.
 Pre-concert Chats
 
Join us for a free pre-concert chat one hour before each show with Tafelmusik musicians Patricia Ahern (violin) and Dominic Teresi (bassoon).
 Post-concert Talkback
 
Join us after the performance on Wed, Oct 11 for a free informal discussion with our musicians and guest artists. This is an excellent opportunity to have your questions answered while they are fresh in your mind.
 Program
 
Fontana Sonata XIV for 2 violins, dulcian, and continuo
Marini Sinfonia terzo tuono & Balletto quarto Allemanno, from Op. 22
Castello Sonata X for 2 violins, dulcian, and continuo, from Libro secondo
Steffani Suite from Niobe
Locatelli Concerto for 4 violins in F Major, op. 4, no. 12 (Elisa Citterio, Thomas Georgi, Cristina Zacharias & Christopher Verrette, violin soloists)
 
Intermission
 
Brescianello Suite in G Minor
Vivaldi “Autumn” from The Four Seasons (Elisa Citterio, violin soloist)*
Vivaldi Concerto for 2 oboes in C Major, RV 534 (John Abberger & Marco Cera, oboe soloists)
 
* Recorded by Tafelmusik
First time performed on the Tafelmusik stage
NOTE: Vivaldi Autumn recorded with Jeanne Lamon as soloist
 
Concert run time: Our best estimate at this time is approximately 2 hours including intermission. Final run time will be confirmed the week of the concert.
 
TTC Notice: The Walmer Road entrance/exit will be closed until early November. More Info
 
Watch Elisa perform one of the movements from Vivaldi’s “Autumn” with Ensemble Brixia Musicalis. 

Nov
17
Fri
Tafelmusik: Elisa’s Italian Adventure @ Trinity-St. Paul Centre
Nov 17 – Nov 21 all-day
Tafelmusik: Elisa's Italian Adventure @ Trinity-St. Paul Centre | Toronto | Ontario | Canada

 

Take a Grand Tour across baroque Italy with our new Music Director as your guide.
 
“Freshness, liveliness and even a touch of (the) Mediterranean… have been brought by Italian violinist Elisa Citterio.” – L’Ape Musicale (on her 2015 Tafelmusik concert)
 
No 18th-century Grand Tour was complete without a taste of La Bella Italia. Join Tafelmusik’s new Music Director Elisa Citterio as she leads you through the sights, sounds, and tastes of her home country: the sunny hilltops and shady lagoons, gilded theatres and dusty churches, the orchards and vineyards that inspired Italy’s great baroque composers.
 
From Vivaldi’s “Autumn” to Fontana’s sonatas (written in Elisa’s hometown, Brescia), Steffani’s dramatic suites to Locatelli’s energetic concertos, the innovations and passions of Italy’s musicians are all to be found here. Join us to welcome Elisa to Tafelmusik’s home venue, in her debut as Music Director at Trinity-St Paul’s Centre.
 Pre-concert Chats
 
Join us for a free pre-concert chat one hour before each show with Tafelmusik musicians Patricia Ahern (violin) and Dominic Teresi (bassoon).
 Post-concert Talkback
 
Join us after the performance on Wed, Oct 11 for a free informal discussion with our musicians and guest artists. This is an excellent opportunity to have your questions answered while they are fresh in your mind.
 Program
 
Fontana Sonata XIV for 2 violins, dulcian, and continuo
Marini Sinfonia terzo tuono & Balletto quarto Allemanno, from Op. 22
Castello Sonata X for 2 violins, dulcian, and continuo, from Libro secondo
Steffani Suite from Niobe
Locatelli Concerto for 4 violins in F Major, op. 4, no. 12 (Elisa Citterio, Thomas Georgi, Cristina Zacharias & Christopher Verrette, violin soloists)
 
Intermission
 
Brescianello Suite in G Minor
Vivaldi “Autumn” from The Four Seasons (Elisa Citterio, violin soloist)*
Vivaldi Concerto for 2 oboes in C Major, RV 534 (John Abberger & Marco Cera, oboe soloists)
 
* Recorded by Tafelmusik
First time performed on the Tafelmusik stage
NOTE: Vivaldi Autumn recorded with Jeanne Lamon as soloist
 
Concert run time: Our best estimate at this time is approximately 2 hours including intermission. Final run time will be confirmed the week of the concert.
 
TTC Notice: The Walmer Road entrance/exit will be closed until early November. More Info
 
Watch Elisa perform one of the movements from Vivaldi’s “Autumn” with Ensemble Brixia Musicalis. 

Nov
18
Sat
Tafelmusik: Elisa’s Italian Adventure @ Trinity-St. Paul Centre
Nov 18 – Nov 22 all-day
Tafelmusik: Elisa's Italian Adventure @ Trinity-St. Paul Centre | Toronto | Ontario | Canada

 

Take a Grand Tour across baroque Italy with our new Music Director as your guide.
 
“Freshness, liveliness and even a touch of (the) Mediterranean… have been brought by Italian violinist Elisa Citterio.” – L’Ape Musicale (on her 2015 Tafelmusik concert)
 
No 18th-century Grand Tour was complete without a taste of La Bella Italia. Join Tafelmusik’s new Music Director Elisa Citterio as she leads you through the sights, sounds, and tastes of her home country: the sunny hilltops and shady lagoons, gilded theatres and dusty churches, the orchards and vineyards that inspired Italy’s great baroque composers.
 
From Vivaldi’s “Autumn” to Fontana’s sonatas (written in Elisa’s hometown, Brescia), Steffani’s dramatic suites to Locatelli’s energetic concertos, the innovations and passions of Italy’s musicians are all to be found here. Join us to welcome Elisa to Tafelmusik’s home venue, in her debut as Music Director at Trinity-St Paul’s Centre.
 Pre-concert Chats
 
Join us for a free pre-concert chat one hour before each show with Tafelmusik musicians Patricia Ahern (violin) and Dominic Teresi (bassoon).
 Post-concert Talkback
 
Join us after the performance on Wed, Oct 11 for a free informal discussion with our musicians and guest artists. This is an excellent opportunity to have your questions answered while they are fresh in your mind.
 Program
 
Fontana Sonata XIV for 2 violins, dulcian, and continuo
Marini Sinfonia terzo tuono & Balletto quarto Allemanno, from Op. 22
Castello Sonata X for 2 violins, dulcian, and continuo, from Libro secondo
Steffani Suite from Niobe
Locatelli Concerto for 4 violins in F Major, op. 4, no. 12 (Elisa Citterio, Thomas Georgi, Cristina Zacharias & Christopher Verrette, violin soloists)
 
Intermission
 
Brescianello Suite in G Minor
Vivaldi “Autumn” from The Four Seasons (Elisa Citterio, violin soloist)*
Vivaldi Concerto for 2 oboes in C Major, RV 534 (John Abberger & Marco Cera, oboe soloists)
 
* Recorded by Tafelmusik
First time performed on the Tafelmusik stage
NOTE: Vivaldi Autumn recorded with Jeanne Lamon as soloist
 
Concert run time: Our best estimate at this time is approximately 2 hours including intermission. Final run time will be confirmed the week of the concert.
 
TTC Notice: The Walmer Road entrance/exit will be closed until early November. More Info
 
Watch Elisa perform one of the movements from Vivaldi’s “Autumn” with Ensemble Brixia Musicalis. 

Nov
19
Sun
Tafelmusik: Elisa’s Italian Adventure @ Trinity-St. Paul Centre
Nov 19 – Nov 23 all-day
Tafelmusik: Elisa's Italian Adventure @ Trinity-St. Paul Centre | Toronto | Ontario | Canada

 

Take a Grand Tour across baroque Italy with our new Music Director as your guide.
 
“Freshness, liveliness and even a touch of (the) Mediterranean… have been brought by Italian violinist Elisa Citterio.” – L’Ape Musicale (on her 2015 Tafelmusik concert)
 
No 18th-century Grand Tour was complete without a taste of La Bella Italia. Join Tafelmusik’s new Music Director Elisa Citterio as she leads you through the sights, sounds, and tastes of her home country: the sunny hilltops and shady lagoons, gilded theatres and dusty churches, the orchards and vineyards that inspired Italy’s great baroque composers.
 
From Vivaldi’s “Autumn” to Fontana’s sonatas (written in Elisa’s hometown, Brescia), Steffani’s dramatic suites to Locatelli’s energetic concertos, the innovations and passions of Italy’s musicians are all to be found here. Join us to welcome Elisa to Tafelmusik’s home venue, in her debut as Music Director at Trinity-St Paul’s Centre.
 Pre-concert Chats
 
Join us for a free pre-concert chat one hour before each show with Tafelmusik musicians Patricia Ahern (violin) and Dominic Teresi (bassoon).
 Post-concert Talkback
 
Join us after the performance on Wed, Oct 11 for a free informal discussion with our musicians and guest artists. This is an excellent opportunity to have your questions answered while they are fresh in your mind.
 Program
 
Fontana Sonata XIV for 2 violins, dulcian, and continuo
Marini Sinfonia terzo tuono & Balletto quarto Allemanno, from Op. 22
Castello Sonata X for 2 violins, dulcian, and continuo, from Libro secondo
Steffani Suite from Niobe
Locatelli Concerto for 4 violins in F Major, op. 4, no. 12 (Elisa Citterio, Thomas Georgi, Cristina Zacharias & Christopher Verrette, violin soloists)
 
Intermission
 
Brescianello Suite in G Minor
Vivaldi “Autumn” from The Four Seasons (Elisa Citterio, violin soloist)*
Vivaldi Concerto for 2 oboes in C Major, RV 534 (John Abberger & Marco Cera, oboe soloists)
 
* Recorded by Tafelmusik
First time performed on the Tafelmusik stage
NOTE: Vivaldi Autumn recorded with Jeanne Lamon as soloist
 
Concert run time: Our best estimate at this time is approximately 2 hours including intermission. Final run time will be confirmed the week of the concert.
 
TTC Notice: The Walmer Road entrance/exit will be closed until early November. More Info
 
Watch Elisa perform one of the movements from Vivaldi’s “Autumn” with Ensemble Brixia Musicalis. 

Nov
20
Mon
Tafelmusik: Elisa’s Italian Adventure @ Trinity-St. Paul Centre
Nov 20 – Nov 24 all-day
Tafelmusik: Elisa's Italian Adventure @ Trinity-St. Paul Centre | Toronto | Ontario | Canada

 

Take a Grand Tour across baroque Italy with our new Music Director as your guide.
 
“Freshness, liveliness and even a touch of (the) Mediterranean… have been brought by Italian violinist Elisa Citterio.” – L’Ape Musicale (on her 2015 Tafelmusik concert)
 
No 18th-century Grand Tour was complete without a taste of La Bella Italia. Join Tafelmusik’s new Music Director Elisa Citterio as she leads you through the sights, sounds, and tastes of her home country: the sunny hilltops and shady lagoons, gilded theatres and dusty churches, the orchards and vineyards that inspired Italy’s great baroque composers.
 
From Vivaldi’s “Autumn” to Fontana’s sonatas (written in Elisa’s hometown, Brescia), Steffani’s dramatic suites to Locatelli’s energetic concertos, the innovations and passions of Italy’s musicians are all to be found here. Join us to welcome Elisa to Tafelmusik’s home venue, in her debut as Music Director at Trinity-St Paul’s Centre.
 Pre-concert Chats
 
Join us for a free pre-concert chat one hour before each show with Tafelmusik musicians Patricia Ahern (violin) and Dominic Teresi (bassoon).
 Post-concert Talkback
 
Join us after the performance on Wed, Oct 11 for a free informal discussion with our musicians and guest artists. This is an excellent opportunity to have your questions answered while they are fresh in your mind.
 Program
 
Fontana Sonata XIV for 2 violins, dulcian, and continuo
Marini Sinfonia terzo tuono & Balletto quarto Allemanno, from Op. 22
Castello Sonata X for 2 violins, dulcian, and continuo, from Libro secondo
Steffani Suite from Niobe
Locatelli Concerto for 4 violins in F Major, op. 4, no. 12 (Elisa Citterio, Thomas Georgi, Cristina Zacharias & Christopher Verrette, violin soloists)
 
Intermission
 
Brescianello Suite in G Minor
Vivaldi “Autumn” from The Four Seasons (Elisa Citterio, violin soloist)*
Vivaldi Concerto for 2 oboes in C Major, RV 534 (John Abberger & Marco Cera, oboe soloists)
 
* Recorded by Tafelmusik
First time performed on the Tafelmusik stage
NOTE: Vivaldi Autumn recorded with Jeanne Lamon as soloist
 
Concert run time: Our best estimate at this time is approximately 2 hours including intermission. Final run time will be confirmed the week of the concert.
 
TTC Notice: The Walmer Road entrance/exit will be closed until early November. More Info
 
Watch Elisa perform one of the movements from Vivaldi’s “Autumn” with Ensemble Brixia Musicalis.