Director's Notes: EUGENE ONEGIN's Robert CarsenBy COC StaffPosted in 18/19
Tchaikovsky’s opera Eugene Onegin, based on Pushkin’s verse novel of the same title, has come to represent Russian character and emotion at its most intense. When Michael Levine and I developed on our production for the Metropolitan Opera, we sought to find a poetic response to this most intensely subjective and emotive of operas.[READ MORE]
Opera in 10 Podcast: EUGENE ONEGINBy Stéphane MayerPosted in 18/19
Ensemble Studio pianist & coach Stéphane Mayer gives you the rundown on what to listen for in Tchaikovsky's masterpiece, Eugene Onegin, including moving moments, impossibly catchy hooks, and all the great dance numbers.
Singing with Parkinson's: The Healing VoiceBy COC StaffPosted in Singing with Parkinson's
To support a vibrant Toronto, the COC makes its spaces available to independent arts organizations, freelance artists, and other charitable arts organizations such as Singing with Parkinson's, led by Paula Wolfson.