Believe it or not, it's finally springtime! Escape April showers in the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre, where you'll
experience fresh, new talent alongside long-time Free Concert Series
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We were deeply saddened to learn of the passing of our Principal French horn player, Joan Watson, on Thursday, March 12. Joan was a mainstay of the COC Orchestra for over 20 years, bringing her immense talent and indomitable spirit not only to the orchestra, but to the company as a whole. Her fortitude and strength was visible to the very end, even playing the first rehearsal for the company’s performances at the Brooklyn Academy of Music earlier this month. Unfortunately, she was unable to participate in the tour. All of us at the COC offer our condolences to her husband, COC tuba player Scott Irvine, her family, and her many friends and colleagues. She will be greatly missed.
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March Break is almost here! With the kids off from school for a week, it can be hard to find activities for the whole family to enjoy (while still maintaining a budget). Have no fear, the Canadian Opera Company is here to provide you with some fun, family-friendly options to help make this March Break a breathtaking one (without breaking the bank).
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Sara Fulgoni in the COC production of Bluebeard's Castle. Photo: Michael Cooper © 2001