Welcome to the Canadian Opera Company Media Centre. It contains resources for the media including media releases and downloadable photos of COC leadership and productions for publication where relevant. The images are available to members of the media for print and online promotion of the Canadian Opera Company and its events only.
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COC’S FREE CONCERT SERIES CELEBRATES MILESTONE 1000TH CONCERT IN 2018/2019 SEASONBy Public RelationsRead the PDF version here.Posted In Press Releases
“A cornucopia of culture...And it’s all mind-blowingly free.” – Toronto Star
Toronto – The city’s best all-access cultural programming returns this fall when the Canadian Opera Company’s Free Concert Series in the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre kicks off its 13th season on September 25, 2018. Over 400 emerging and established artists, spanning a broad spectrum of artistic and cultural traditions, will perform in 72 concerts from September to May.Read more
AN EVENING WITH THE ENSEMBLE STUDIO PUTS FRESH OPERA VOICES IN THE SPOTLIGHTBy Public Relations
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Toronto – Some of Canada’s most impressive young voices will take over the mainstage of the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts on May 25, 2018 for An Evening with the Ensemble Studio. That night, artists of the Canadian Opera Company’s prestigious training program for young opera professionals will join together for a one-night-only performance, featuring scenes from Mozart’s satirical look at love and fidelity, Così fan tutte, and a concert staging of Purcell’s supernatural epic, Dido and Aeneas.
ROBERT LEPAGE’S LANDMARK PRODUCTION OF THE NIGHTINGALE AND OTHER SHORT FABLES RETURNS TO COCBy Public RelationsPosted In Press Releases
Toronto – Hailed as a masterpiece at its sold-out 2009 world premiere in Toronto and subsequent 2011 tour to the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Canadian Opera Company presents the revival of Robert Lepage’s theatrically transcendent production of Stravinsky’s The Nightingale and Other Short Fables. Nine performances take place on April 13, 14, 22, May 1, 2, 10, 12, 13, 19, 2018.