At Home With... Alexander NeefBy COC StaffPosted in At Home With...
As I sit in my improvised home office right now, I’m reflecting on the nature of our business here at the Canadian Opera Company. The COC is about gathering people together – our artists, our musicians, our audience – to create and celebrate art. Person-to-person contact is incredibly important for this, and now, as we navigate the most unusual time our company has ever faced, we’re trying to figure out how to exist in a world without that.
At Home With... Johannes DebusBy COC StaffPosted in At Home With...
Reflecting on our situation in this extraordinary moment of time, the panther in Rainer Maria Rilke's poem of the same name came to my mind, as well as the many animals in our zoos around the world that share a similar destiny of captivity.
The Inspiring Journey of Soprano Breanna SinclairéBy Breanna SinclairéPosted in Notes
Breanna Sinclairé is making waves and breaking down barriers as one of the world’s few lyric sopranos who is openly transgender. She was set to make her solo recital and Canadian debut in our Free Concert Series in the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre, presented by TD Bank, on March 31. This concert was in partnership with Against the Grain Theatre, where she was set to sing the role of Kelly in the world premiere of Bound this spring.
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