Mozart Requiem

The genius of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart revealed itself early, developed swiftly, and vanished all too soon. Sir Andrew Davis leads two of Mozart’s great final works: the joyous Symphony No. 39 was among the last to be composed, and the deeply affecting Requiem was music Mozart would not live to complete. (Pictured: Members of the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir)

New partnership with Equilibrium Young Artists for Mozart’s Requiem

In January 2020, Sir Andrew Davis leads the TSO in a performance of Mozart’s Requiem that will include a quartet of vocalists from Canadian soprano and conductor Barbara Hannigan’s Equilibrium Young Artists (EQ) initiative. This will be the TSO’s first collaboration with EQ and Hannigan’s first EQ mentoring initiative in Canada. EQ is designed for young professional musicians in the first phase of their career, and works to elevate the participants’ level of total musicianship and discipline to the highest level. It launched officially in 2018 with each participant hand-chosen by Barbara Hannigan via audition, after over 350 applicants from 39 countries applied.

Selected by Hannigan and Sir Andrew Davis through auditions in early 2019, four soloists will attend an intensive EQ workshop at Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance (LAMP) in August 2019.

The TSO and Hannigan have a long-standing history of introducing firsts to Canadian audiences, including Hannigan’s début with the Orchestra (as soprano) in 2000 and Hannigan’s North American conducting début in 2015.

For more information about EQ, visit equilibrium-youngartists.com.

This concert is available in the Wednesday 1 Masterworks, Thursday 1 Masterworks, Friday 1 Masterworks, and Saturday 1 Masterworks subscription series.

Concert Dates

Mozart Requiem January 15 2020 8PM

The genius of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart revealed itself early, developed swiftly, and vanished all too soon. Sir Andrew Davis leads two of Mozart’s great final works: the joyous Symphony No. 39 was among the last to be composed, and the deeply affecting Requiem was music Mozart would not live to complete. (Pictured: Members of the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir)

New partnership with Equilibrium Young Artists for Mozart’s Requiem

In January 2020, Sir Andrew Davis leads the TSO in a performance of Mozart’s Requiem that will include a quartet of vocalists from Canadian soprano and conductor Barbara Hannigan’s Equilibrium Young Artists (EQ) initiative. This will be the TSO’s first collaboration with EQ and Hannigan’s first EQ mentoring initiative in Canada. EQ is designed for young professional musicians in the first phase of their career, and works to elevate the participants’ level of total musicianship and discipline to the highest level. It launched officially in 2018 with each participant hand-chosen by Barbara Hannigan via audition, after over 350 applicants from 39 countries applied.

Selected by Hannigan and Sir Andrew Davis through auditions in early 2019, four soloists will attend an intensive EQ workshop at Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance (LAMP) in August 2019.

The TSO and Hannigan have a long-standing history of introducing firsts to Canadian audiences, including Hannigan’s début with the Orchestra (as soprano) in 2000 and Hannigan’s North American conducting début in 2015.

For more information about EQ, visit equilibrium-youngartists.com.

This concert is available in the Wednesday 1 Masterworks, Thursday 1 Masterworks, Friday 1 Masterworks, and Saturday 1 Masterworks subscription series.

Wednesday, January 15, 2020 - 8:00pm

Program

Mozart: Symphony No. 39, K. 543
Mozart: Requiem, K. 626

Performers

Toronto Mendelssohn Choir

Vocal quartet in collaboration with Equilibrium Young Artists mentoring initiative; soloists to be announced

Venue

Roy Thomson Hall

60 Simcoe St
Toronto, ON
M5J 2H5

Mozart Requiem January 16 2020 8PM

The genius of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart revealed itself early, developed swiftly, and vanished all too soon. Sir Andrew Davis leads two of Mozart’s great final works: the joyous Symphony No. 39 was among the last to be composed, and the deeply affecting Requiem was music Mozart would not live to complete. (Pictured: Members of the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir)

New partnership with Equilibrium Young Artists for Mozart’s Requiem

In January 2020, Sir Andrew Davis leads the TSO in a performance of Mozart’s Requiem that will include a quartet of vocalists from Canadian soprano and conductor Barbara Hannigan’s Equilibrium Young Artists (EQ) initiative. This will be the TSO’s first collaboration with EQ and Hannigan’s first EQ mentoring initiative in Canada. EQ is designed for young professional musicians in the first phase of their career, and works to elevate the participants’ level of total musicianship and discipline to the highest level. It launched officially in 2018 with each participant hand-chosen by Barbara Hannigan via audition, after over 350 applicants from 39 countries applied.

Selected by Hannigan and Sir Andrew Davis through auditions in early 2019, four soloists will attend an intensive EQ workshop at Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance (LAMP) in August 2019.

The TSO and Hannigan have a long-standing history of introducing firsts to Canadian audiences, including Hannigan’s début with the Orchestra (as soprano) in 2000 and Hannigan’s North American conducting début in 2015.

For more information about EQ, visit equilibrium-youngartists.com.

This concert is available in the Wednesday 1 Masterworks, Thursday 1 Masterworks, Friday 1 Masterworks, and Saturday 1 Masterworks subscription series.

Thursday, January 16, 2020 - 8:00pm

Program

Mozart: Symphony No. 39, K. 543
Mozart: Requiem, K. 626

Performers

Toronto Mendelssohn Choir

Vocal quartet in collaboration with Equilibrium Young Artists mentoring initiative; soloists to be announced

Venue

Roy Thomson Hall

60 Simcoe St
Toronto, ON
M5J 2H5

Mozart Requiem January 17 2020 730PM

The genius of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart revealed itself early, developed swiftly, and vanished all too soon. Sir Andrew Davis leads two of Mozart’s great final works: the joyous Symphony No. 39 was among the last to be composed, and the deeply affecting Requiem was music Mozart would not live to complete. (Pictured: Members of the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir)

New partnership with Equilibrium Young Artists for Mozart’s Requiem

In January 2020, Sir Andrew Davis leads the TSO in a performance of Mozart’s Requiem that will include a quartet of vocalists from Canadian soprano and conductor Barbara Hannigan’s Equilibrium Young Artists (EQ) initiative. This will be the TSO’s first collaboration with EQ and Hannigan’s first EQ mentoring initiative in Canada. EQ is designed for young professional musicians in the first phase of their career, and works to elevate the participants’ level of total musicianship and discipline to the highest level. It launched officially in 2018 with each participant hand-chosen by Barbara Hannigan via audition, after over 350 applicants from 39 countries applied.

Selected by Hannigan and Sir Andrew Davis through auditions in early 2019, four soloists will attend an intensive EQ workshop at Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance (LAMP) in August 2019.

The TSO and Hannigan have a long-standing history of introducing firsts to Canadian audiences, including Hannigan’s début with the Orchestra (as soprano) in 2000 and Hannigan’s North American conducting début in 2015.

For more information about EQ, visit equilibrium-youngartists.com.

This concert is available in the Wednesday 1 Masterworks, Thursday 1 Masterworks, Friday 1 Masterworks, and Saturday 1 Masterworks subscription series.

Friday, January 17, 2020 - 7:30pm

Program

Mozart: Symphony No. 39, K. 543
Mozart: Requiem, K. 626

Performers

Toronto Mendelssohn Choir

Vocal quartet in collaboration with Equilibrium Young Artists mentoring initiative; soloists to be announced

Venue

Roy Thomson Hall

60 Simcoe St
Toronto, ON
M5J 2H5

Mozart Requiem January 18 2020 8PM

The genius of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart revealed itself early, developed swiftly, and vanished all too soon. Sir Andrew Davis leads two of Mozart’s great final works: the joyous Symphony No. 39 was among the last to be composed, and the deeply affecting Requiem was music Mozart would not live to complete. (Pictured: Members of the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir)

New partnership with Equilibrium Young Artists for Mozart’s Requiem

In January 2020, Sir Andrew Davis leads the TSO in a performance of Mozart’s Requiem that will include a quartet of vocalists from Canadian soprano and conductor Barbara Hannigan’s Equilibrium Young Artists (EQ) initiative. This will be the TSO’s first collaboration with EQ and Hannigan’s first EQ mentoring initiative in Canada. EQ is designed for young professional musicians in the first phase of their career, and works to elevate the participants’ level of total musicianship and discipline to the highest level. It launched officially in 2018 with each participant hand-chosen by Barbara Hannigan via audition, after over 350 applicants from 39 countries applied.

Selected by Hannigan and Sir Andrew Davis through auditions in early 2019, four soloists will attend an intensive EQ workshop at Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance (LAMP) in August 2019.

The TSO and Hannigan have a long-standing history of introducing firsts to Canadian audiences, including Hannigan’s début with the Orchestra (as soprano) in 2000 and Hannigan’s North American conducting début in 2015.

For more information about EQ, visit equilibrium-youngartists.com.

This concert is available in the Wednesday 1 Masterworks, Thursday 1 Masterworks, Friday 1 Masterworks, and Saturday 1 Masterworks subscription series.

Saturday, January 18, 2020 - 8:00pm

Program

Mozart: Symphony No. 39, K. 543
Mozart: Requiem, K. 626

Performers

Toronto Mendelssohn Choir

Vocal quartet in collaboration with Equilibrium Young Artists mentoring initiative; soloists to be announced

Venue

Roy Thomson Hall

60 Simcoe St
Toronto, ON
M5J 2H5

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