Timeless Harmonies/Armonies

“Harmonies intemporelles” est une expérience de concert captivante qui transcende les frontières du temps et du genre, offrant un voyage à travers les profondeurs de l’émotion humaine et de l’expression musicale. Ce concert présente un programme soigneusement élaboré qui entrelace harmonieusement des chefs- d’œuvre de différentes périodes musicales, de l’élégance...

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Échos d’Espagne: voyage dans l’imaginaire de Federico Garcia Lorca

Our program showcases the rich folkloric repertoire of Spain through the music of Federico García Lorca. These songs, originally arranged by Lorca for classical guitar and voice, will be presented in original arrangements we have specially crafted for this occasion with a different instrumentation. This duo, featuring accordion and vocals,...

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Baroque Gems

Spanning 150 years, this program features a myriad of gems from the Baroque and Galant periods. Enjoy the concert as students of Professor Elizaveta Miller and the Schulich School of Music present this installment of the Oasis Musicale Series. Featuring Vincent Canciello (Traverso), Alex Miron-Perreault (baroque violin) and Ian Plansker...

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Pentecost Combined Eucharist and Potluck Lunch

Join us on Pentecost Sunday at 10:30, when we will be having a bilingual Eucharist with both the 9:00 and 10:30 congregations, followed by a potluck lunch. We are looking for volunteers to prepare and bring food, to help set up, serve, and clean up. Click here to RSVP for...

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Échos de la Terre

At a time when mankind urgently needs to make peace with nature, which it has not always respected, we propose a program in which we plunge into the intimacy of composers’ relationship with the world through music.

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Los impossibles

To be a musician in the Baroque period, you first had to master the art of improvisation! The works in this concert represent the skills of guitarists, lutenists and singers as they invented variations on famous themes or popular songs. Featuring Stanislas Germain and Rosalie Lane Lépine. Admission is a...

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Sursaults & Scherzos

Join Ensemble Passamano for an afternoon of music for flute, cello and piano. Find solace in Weber’s lilting melodies and appreciate the mastery of Mendelssohn writing in his famous D minor trio, complete with a fairy-light scherzo and a triumphant finish! Featuring Annie Noël-de-Tilly, flûte, Aidan Fleet, violoncelle, and Kevin...

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Rummage Sale

Please join us for our rummage sale on the forecourt. Who knows what treasures you’ll find! We are welcoming donations of items to sell! Small donations can be brought to the Cathedral Monday-Friday 9-5. Please notify a verger when you bring your items. Larger donations can be made Sunday afternoons...

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OASIS FOR KIDS

Accessible concert for kids, featuring classical music and designed for young audiences. No sitting still necessary! There will be drawing supplies, picture books, and a chance to get up close and personal with fantastic music.

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Divertissements à Drury Lane

In 1672, a tempest of flames reduced London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane to smoldering ash. From those ashes emerged the rebirth of an enduring legacy. Drury Lane has survived as London’s oldest active theater. Nicknamed the “King’s Playhouse,” Drury Lane was a bastion of entertainment, host to London’s finest actors,...

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Making Hot Cross Buns

Join us for a group preparation of preparation of hot cross buns, which are traditionally eaten to mark the end of Lent. Participants should bring a bowl, spoons, and baking pans, and will go home with their own batch. Cost is $5/person for ingredients. We will meet in Fulford Hall....

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