Free Concert Series
The Free Concert Series in the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre, presented by TD Bank Group, brings artists from around the world to share their talent and passion in one of Toronto's most breathtaking and intimate spaces. Located within the Isadore and Rosalie Sharp City Room at the Four Seasons Centre, this iconic, glass-enclosed space connects the building to its surroundings and community.
Throughout the fall we’re capturing the vibrant, resilient, and inspiring spirit of Toronto with The Free Concert Series in the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre: City Sessions. These short, 5-minute digital performances support the city’s cultural ecosystem with much-needed performance opportunities and provide a globally inspired, locally focused array of artists with a platform to share the music and stories that resonate most with them.
All concerts will be available on select COC social channels.
For the latest programming information, sign up to receive email updates at coc.ca/signup.
Chris is a Toronto-based photographer, specializing in live performance and event photography, including (but not limited to!) opera, cabaret, burlesque, rodeos and wrestling. He is particularly interested in moments when the performer is fully engaged in their performance and how that relates to their connection with the audience.
Chris has made images for the Canadian Opera Company since 2008, including the Free Concert Series, mainstage performances and other events. His work has been featured in media outlets and publications in Canada, the United States and England.
Chris is also an experienced fine art printer. His fine art landscape and performance photography is in private, public and corporate collections.
Karen E. Reeves
That photography blurs the boundaries of time has always inspired me. A single moment borrowed in the now instantly becomes the past in order for it to be shared into the future.
Each performance in the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre is particularly unique and I strive to capture the subtle energy of those special moment and hold them still.