Tag Archives: Stephen Bell

Bogdanowicz & Ramirez: a common language

I met some new people tonight.  Some of them were singers, some were composers, and everyone got along beautifully in several languages. Tonight Michèle Bogdanowicz and Ernesto Ramirez sang a quintessentially Canadian program at Gallery 345, with pianist Rachel Andrist. … Continue reading

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Stephen Bell: Concert Sunday June 9th

“Press releases and announcements” are presented verbatim without comment. Please join Canadian/ Estonian tenor Stephen Bell fellow Canadian/Estonian pianist Charles Kipper for an afternoon of Estonian and English artsong on Sunday June 9th at 3pm at Estonia House 958 Broadview … Continue reading

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Stephen Bell: Kojuigatsus – longing for home

“Longing for home” is a phrase that resonates in North America, where everyone—immigrant or aboriginal—is in some sense displaced.  As a child born in Canada of Hungarian parents I am in a funny place, loyal to the old country of … Continue reading

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TOC Fidelio

Toronto Opera Collaborative is an ensemble comprised of emerging artists.  As the pool of Canadian talent continues to grow, singers must either compete for the few available roles, or in groups such as TOC create their own opportunities to show … Continue reading

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