To help set the tone for the impending warmth of spring, we would like to invite you to a concert on Tuesday, March 12 featuring our special guests and longtime friends the Yale Russian Chorus.
Yale Russian Chorus
in concert with Darbazi
Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 8:00 pm
St. David’s Anglican Church
49 Donlands Ave, Toronto
(Just north of Danforth Ave,
at Donlands Subway)
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Admission is PWYC
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About the Yale Russian Chorus:
The Yale Russian Chorus is a tenor-bass a cappella choral ensemble specializing in sacred and secular Slavic choral music. The chorus members are Yale University students from a variety of academic disciplines. Founded in 1953 by Denis Mickiewicz, a Yale student at the time, the YRC is recognized as one of the world’s premier performance ensembles of Slavic music today.
Their repertoire spans the 12th to the 21st centuries, with origins across Eastern Europe from Slovakia to Georgia. They sing a variety of sacred and secular settings, including ancient chant, folk songs, and works by Tchaikovsky, Bortnyansky, Kedrov, and Chesnokov. Recordings of the Yale Russian Chorus have been placed on the New York Times critics’ choice list, and described as a ‘must-have recording’ by National Public Radio’s Performance Today.
Darbazi is thrilled to be a part of the very special art event Ouroboros, and to be performing for the first time with our dear friends Turkwaz in St. Anne’s exquisite and historic church sanctuary.
Saturday, September 29, 7:30 to 9:30 pm
St. Anne’s Anglican Church
270 Gladstone Ave, Toronto
Between Dovercourt and Dufferin, just north of Dundas Street West
Admission is PWYC.
About the Exhibit:
From September 22 – October 14, experience Ouroboros, an immersive group exhibit, featuring the work of Ellen Bleiwas, Emily DiCarlo, Gunilla Josephson, Adrienne Trent and Marian Wihak in the unconventional art exhibition space of St. Anne’s Anglican Church in Toronto. Presenting a range of installations, site-specific sculptures, and multi-channel video projects, Ouroboros focuses on themes of cyclical time, the weight of history, and the connecting power of memory. Visitors are invited to explore the historic site and its sculptural responses – a collision of contemporary art and Byzantine Revival architecture.
Toronto Island trio Kith & Kin return to the Music Gallery for their 10th annual Holiday Wassail, featuring medieval carols, rousing sing-alongs, and seasonal music from Appalachia, the British Isles, and the shape-note tradition. Known for their haunting 3-part harmonies, Ivy Mairi, her sister Martha, and their mother Kathleen perform songs from their CDs Yet Will I Be Merry and Cool of the Day.
This 10th anniversary show also features seasonal favourites by the Kith & Kin Choir and special guests Darbazi, plus the raucous humour and visual pageantry of Shadowland Theatre’s annual Mummers’ Play.
Sunday, December 17 at 8:00 PM (Doors at 7:00 PM)
The Music Gallery
918 Bathurst Street, Toronto, ON
Ticket Price: $12-$18 | Purchase Tickets
Sacred liturgical chant of the middle ages entwines with earthy folk songs from Georgia. Schola Magdalena welcomes Darbazi to the ethereal acoustic of the Church of St. Mary Magdalene.
Saturday, March 4 2017 at 8:00 PM
Church of Saint Mary Magdalene
477 Manning Avenue, Toronto, ON Canada
Ticket Price: PWYC
Details | Facebook Event
Schola Magdalena sings Hildegard, Dunstable, Dufay, Gregorian chant and new music for women’s voices. Darbazi sings folk music and traditional sacred chant from Georgia.