Sound Streams—Two Odysseys

    When:
    November 17, 2019 @ 2:00 pm America/Toronto Timezone
    2019-11-17T14:00:00-05:00
    2019-11-17T14:15:00-05:00
    Where:
    Daniels Spectrum
    585 Dundas St E
    Toronto

    Why are my people always disappearing like this?

    A creative team led by Indigenous artists Michael Greyeyes and Cole Alvis comes together to present a double-bill of the world’s first operas in the languages of Cree and Sámi, complete with 2 narrators, soprano and tenor soloists, 3 actors/dancers, and a vocal and chamber instrument ensemble. Step into a world of cross-cultural odysseys and examine how we live on earth, how we pass to the land of the dead, and the consequences of love and sacrifice.

    Michael Greyeyes, Cole Alvis, co-directors
    Melissa Hui, Britta Byström, composers
    Tomson Highway, Rawdna Carita Eira, librettists
    David Fallis, musical director
    Yolanda Bonnell, Heli Huovinen, narrators
    Melody Courage, Asitha Tennekoon, Bud Roach, vocal soloists
    Joelle Peters, Samantha Brown, Vienna Hehir, dancers
    Choir 21:
    Sopranos: Vania Chan, Deantha Edmondds-Ramsay, Nicole Joy Fraser, Jennifer Taverner, Karen Weigold
    Mezzo Sopranos: Margaret Bárdos, Rebecca Cuddy, Michelle Lafferty
    Tenors: Bud Roach, Jonathan MacArthur, Mitchell Pady, Asitha Tennekoon
    Baritones: Neil Aronoff, Evan Korbut, Bryan Martin

    and Chamber Orchestra

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