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Daniel Taylor / Theatre of Early Music
Upcoming appearances :

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Saturday, December 8th 2018
8:00pm
First Presbyterian Church
3231 Tilghman Street
Allentown

Sunday, December 9th 2018
4:00pm
First Presbyterian Church
2344 Center Street,
Bethlehem

Pennsylvania
USA
The Bach Choir of Bethlehem and the Bach Festival Orchestra
present our annual tradition, offering music that celebrates
the season of Advent and Christmas.

J S Bach:
Cantata 36 Schwingt freudig euch empor
and Cantata 63 Christen, ätzet diesen Tag

O. Respighi : Laud to the Nativity

Soloists:
Ellen McAteer, soprano
Fiona Gillespie, soprano
Daniel Taylor, countertenor
Charles Blandy, tenor
Christopheren Nomura, baritone

The Bethlehem Bach Choir
Conductor: Greg Funfgeld

Dec 8th: Information / tickets : Bethlehem Bach Choir - Allentown concert

Dec 9th: Information / tickets : Bethlehem Bach Choir - Bethlehem concert

December 13th
at 7:00 pm
December 14th
at 8:00 pm
December 15th
at 8:00 pm
December 16th
at 3:00 pm
Schermerhorn Symphony Center

1 Symphony Pl,
Nashville
TN 37201
Nashville Symphony and Nashville Symphony Chorus
with Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor
and Tucker Biddlecombe, chorus director

Händel: Messiah


Soloists:
Jessica Rivera, soprano
Daniel Taylor, countertenor
Benjamin Butterfield, tenor
Hadleigh Adams, baritone

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on a holiday toy drive for children in Middle Tennessee.

Information / tickets : Nashville Symphony
Friday December 14th, 2018
8:00 PM
Victoria Hall
4626 Sherbrooke Street West
Westmount, Quebec

Saturday Dec 15th 2018
8:00 PM
Théâtre Gilles Vigneault
118 Rue De La Gare
Saint-Jérôme, Quebec

Sunday December 16th, 2018
3:30 PM
Théâtre Des Deux Rives
30 Boulevard Séminaire North
St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu,
Quebec J3B 5J4

Saturday December 22nd, 2018
8:00 PM
Théâtre Du Vieux Terrebonne
866, Saint-Pierre Street
Terrebonne, Quebec
Ensemble Caprice and the Theatre of Early Music

Handel’s Messiah

The choir of the Theatre of Early Music join Ensemble Caprice
for four presentations of Handel’s Messiah
under the direction of Matthias Maute.

Information and tickets : Ensemble Caprice

December 17th
2018 at 7:30 pm
Emmanuel United Church East
(formerly George St. United Church)
534 George Street North
Peterborough, ON
Peterborough Singers
Sydney Birrell, conductor

Händel: Messiah


Soloists:
Shannon McCracken, soprano
Daniel Taylor, countertenor
Benjamin Butterfield, tenor
Geoffrey Sirett, baritone
Ian Sadler, organ
Paul Otway, trumpet
Stan Ewing, tympani

Information / tickets : Peterborough Singers

 

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Recent Engagements for Daniel Taylor / Theatre of Early Music :

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November 24th at 5:00pm
2018
Trinity Chapel Toronto
University of Toronto
6 Hoskin Avenue
Toronto
The University of Toronto’s Historical Performance Area presents:

A Child’s Prayer


Join choristers from the Theatre of Early Music and Schola Cantorum for an inspiring
sequence of music from the 12th century to the present day.

A Child’s Prayer, James MacMillan’s stunning choral masterpiece,
is offered alongside medieval chant,
anonymous carol settings and Renaissance polyphony
in this evocative collection of ancient and modern festive works.

Daniel Taylor, Conductor

Made possible in part by a generous gift from the William and Nona Heaslip Foundation.

Saturday, November 17th
2018
7:30 p.m.
Spivey Hall
2000 Clayton State Boulevard
Morrow, Georgia
Meridian Chorale Concert : Sing Greater Things

Daniel Taylor, Countertenor
Meridian Chorale and Soloists
Steven Darsey, Artistic Director

Bernstein's Missa Brevis will feature renowned countertenor Daniel Taylor.
A conductor and early music specialist, who will also perform arias from Handel operas.

October 25th - November 3rd
2018
Elgin Theatre,
189 Yonge St.
Toronto
Opera Atelier presents:
Charpentier Actéon and Rameau Pygmalion


Starring:
Colin Ainsworth (Actéon & Pygmalion), Mireille Asselin (Diana & Amour),
Allyson McHardy (Juno & Céphise), Jesse Blumberg, Christopher Enns,
Meghan Lindsay, Cynthia Smithers and Anna Sharpe.

With Artists of Atelier Ballet and
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Elisa Citterio, Music Director)
under the baton of David Fallis.

The Chorus of the University of Toronto Schola Cantorum,
along with members of the Choir of the Theatre of Early Music,
under the direction of Daniel Taylor,
Head Vocal Consultant and Chorus Master .

The complete performance schedule for Actéon & Pygmalion is:
Thursday, October 25, 2018 at 7:30pm
Saturday, October 27, 2018 at 7:30pm
Sunday, October 28, 2018 at 3:00pm
Friday, November 2, 2018 at 7:30pm
Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 4:30pm

October 23 to 30th 2018

West Africa
Daniel Taylor and TEM soprano, Ellen McAteer, tour West Africa with the Governor General of Canada

October 15,th 2018
6:30pm
Arts and Letters Club
Toronto
Ontario
Bach Cantatas :
BMV 165 O heilges Geist - und Wasserbad
BMV 4 Christ lag in Todesbanden


Violinist Adrian Butterfield will direct musicians from:
Tafelmusik, Theatre of Early Music, Schola Cantorum and Collegium Musicum
with Daniel Lichti and Daniel Taylor, conductors

Soloists:
Lindsay McIntyre, Julia Morson and Sinead White, sopranos
Ryan McDonald and Daniel Taylor, countertenors
Charles Daniels, Arieh Sacke, Nick Veltmeyer, tenors
Adam Kuiack, Matthew Li and Daniel Lichti, basses

Sunday, October 14 2018
3:00pm
2018
Théâtre Paradoxe
5959 Boulevard Monk
Montréal H4E 3H5
10 ans de Quartom
Daniel Taylor makes a special guest appearance with
the a cappella Quebec Quartet Quartom :

Julien Patenaude, Baritone, Benoit Le Blanc, Baritone
Gaétan Sauvageau, Tenor and Philippe Martel, Bass-Baritone

Friday, October 12th
2018
at 7:30pm
St George's Evangelical Lutheran Church
410 College Street
Toronto, ON M5T 1S8
Bach Cantatas :
BMV 165 O heilges Geist - und Wasserbad
BMV 4 Christ lag in Todesbanden


Violinist Adrian Butterfield will direct musicians from:
Tafelmusik, Theatre of Early Music, Schola Cantorum and Collegium Musicum
with Daniel Lichti and Daniel Taylor, conductors

Soloists:
Lindsay McIntyre, Julia Morson and Sinead White, sopranos
Ryan McDonald and Daniel Taylor, countertenors
Charles Daniels, Arieh Sacke, Nick Veltmeyer, tenors
Adam Kuiack, Matthew Li and Daniel Lichti, basses

The Historical Performance area concerts are made possible
in part by a generous gift from Ethel Harris


Fri, October 5, 2018
7:30pm
Kingston Road United Church
975 Kingston Road
Toronto, ON M4E 1T1
The Countertenor Madness Concert

Tim Dawson, Toronto Symphony Orchestra bassist and KRVCS Music Director,
dreamed up this unusual event bringing together world-renowned countertenor
Daniel Taylor with four of his countertenor pupils:
César Aguilar, Benjamin Shaw, Ian Sabourin and Ryan McDonald.
All of these singers are currently pursuing graduate or postgraduate degrees
at the University of Toronto.

The concert will feature some standard countertenor repertoire and a few more modern works.

Two special guests will also be appearing as part of this wonderful evening.
Mexican musicians pianist Miguel Brito and tenor Jesús Cortés
will present an homage to Mexico along with César Aguilar.

September 28th - 30th
2018
Trinity College Chapel
6 Hoskins Avenue
University of Toronto Faculty of Music
Toronto
The Fourth Toronto Fall Baroque Academy at the University of Toronto

Musicians from Tafelmusik, Theatre of Early Music,
Schola Cantorum and Collegium Musicum present:
Handel’s Dixit Dominus,
featuring double choir and orchestra.

Soprano Karina Gauvin, Mezzo-Soprano, Krisztina Szabo
Tenor Asitha Teenekoon, Bass, Joel Allison
and Conductor/Lead Violinist Jeanne Lamon
join Daniel Taylor, conductor
and students from the Voice, Opera and Historical Performance Area.

The Finale concert will be performed on

September 30 at 7pm in Trinity Chapel.


September 21st - 23rd
2018
Schulich School of Music
McGill University
555 rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Montreal
Quebec
Opera’s Changing Worlds:
Education and Artist Training Summit


Daniel Taylor will be a guest speaker at Canada's first annual
Education and Artist Training Summit
hosted by Opera.ca, Opéra de Montreal, and Opera McGill.
Taking place at the Schulich School of Music of McGill University
the Summit will focus on the future of opera in Canada and the training
of young artists in an ever-evolving industry.

"The goal of the Summit is to launch a holistic conversation on opera artist training,
career path planning, and discovering new opportunities for working together nationally."

September 16th
2:00pm
Elliott Hall at Christ Church Deer Park
Toronto
( entrance to the Hall is on Heath St.)
1570 Yonge Street,
(2 blocks north of St. Clair Ave. at Heath St.)
free parking on the street.
TTC: go to St. Clair station and walk north.
CAMMAC reading of Handel’s Israel in Egypt:
Daniel Taylor is the guest conductor.

Reading begins at 2:00pm sharp, and ends at 4:30pm.
Please arrive 15 minutes early to set up
so that the Reading can begin on time!

Information: CAMMAC
September 4th - 5th
University of Toronto
Toronto
Daniel Taylor conducts auditions at the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto

Professor Daniel Taylor is the Head of Historical Performance in the Faculty of Music.
August 19th - 26th
SienAgosto Academy 2018
Siena
Italy
Siena Art Institute in collaboration with the Siena School for Liberal Arts present :
Recitals, Lectures and Masterclasses.
Daniel Taylor joins
Lynn Dawson, Deborah York, Michael Chance, Ian Partridge
and the Faculty of the SienAgosto Academy 2018


August 18th
2018
3:00 pm
The Avondale
194 Avondale Ave
Stratford
ON N5A 6N4
Stratford Summer Music presents:

Path of Miracles

The Theatre of Early Music / Trinity Choir
under the direction of
Daniel Taylor

July 14 th - July 28 th
2018
Victoria Conservatory of Music
Victoria
B.C.
2018 Victoria Conservatory Summer Academy Vocal Program.

Faculty :
Nancy Argenta (soprano), Artistic Director
Ingrid Attrot (soprano), Artistic Director
Daniel Taylor (countertenor)
Mel Braun (baritone)
Noemi Kiss (soprano) Kate Semmens (soprano)
Kathryn Whitney (mezzo soprano)
Robert Holliston (coach)
Steven Devine (conductor)

The main work chosen for 2018 is Handel’s great oratorio Solomon. Written in 1748,
it is one of Handel’s best-loved works, full of sublime solos,
wonderful choruses and of course the famous Entrance of the Queen of Sheba.

Finale concert: Saturday, July 28 at 7:00pm in Alix Goolden Hall.

July 5th
2018
7:30pm
Music and Beyond
Saunders Farm
7893 Bleeks Road
Munster, ON K0A 3P0
Ottawa's Music and Beyond Festival presents: Theatre of Early Music
Henry Purcell: Dido and Aeneas

Daniel Taylor conducts the Choir and Orchestra of the Theatre of Early Music

Soloists :
Dido : Ellen McAteer, soprano
Belinda : Larissa Koniuk, soprano
Aeneas : Geoffrey Sirett, baritone
Sorceress : Daniel Taylor, countertenor
Sailor : Benjamin Butterfield, tenor
Witches : Gena Van Oosten and Anna Sharpe
First Woman : Janelle Lucyk
Second Woman : Rebecca Genge
Third Woman : Bronwyn Thies-Thompson
Spirit : Ryan McDonald

July 5th
2018
noon, 12:00pm
Music and Beyond
Saint-François-de-Sales
799, rue Jacques-Cartier
Gatineau
QC J8T 2W1
Ottawa's Music and Beyond Festival presents:

Theatre of Early Music
Henry Purcell: Dido and Aeneas

Daniel Taylor conducts the Choir and Orchestra of the Theatre of Early Music

Soloists :
Dido : Ellen McAteer, soprano
Belinda : Larissa Koniuk, soprano
Aeneas : Geoffrey Sirett, baritone
Sorceress : Daniel Taylor, countertenor
Sailor : Benjamin Butterfield, tenor
Witches : Gena Van Oosten and Anna Sharpe
First Woman : Janelle Lucyk
Second Woman : Rebecca Genge
Third Woman : Bronwyn Thies-Thompson
Spirit : Ryan McDonald

July 4th
2018
7:30 pm
Music and Beyond
Dominion-Chalmers Church
355 Cooper Street
Ottawa
Canada
Music and Beyond Festival's Opening Night includes :

Theatre of Early Music
Henry Purcell: Dido and Aeneas

Daniel Taylor conducts the Choir and Orchestra of the Theatre of Early Music

Soloists :
Dido : Wallis Guinta, soprano
Belinda : Larissa Koniuk, soprano
Aeneas : Geoffrey Sirett, baritone
Sorceress : Daniel Taylor, countertenor
Sailor : Benjamin Butterfield, tenor
Witches : Gena Van Oosten and Anna Sharpe
First Woman: Bronwyn Thies-Thompson
Second Woman: Rebecca Genge
Spirit: Ryan McDonald

 

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