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Daniel Taylor / Theatre of Early Music
Upcoming appearances :

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August 11th
2016
7:00 pm
St. James Church
Stratford
ON
Stratford Summer Music presents:

The People Shall Hear
Great Baroque Choruses

The Theatre of Early Music
under the direction of
Daniel Taylor

Magnificent choruses by the greatest composers of the Baroque era
including :
How are the mighty fall’n (Ways of Zion / Handel)
Funeral March (Saul /Handel)
Chorale (Cantata BWV 78 /Bach)
Hallelujah (Messiah / Handel)
Selections from Israel in Egypt (Handel)

Joining the choristers with readings from the historical periods of the anthems is James Blendick,
the distinguished Canadian actor and Stratford Festival star,
who presented the role on the Archbishop of Canterbury in last summer’s Coronation program.

Information & Tickets : Stratford Summer Music

August 12th - 18th
2016
UK
UK Tour and Recording Sessions

Daniel Taylor and the Choir of the Theatre of Early Music
August 19th - 30th
2016
Siena Liberal Arts University
Siena
Italy
Recitals, Lectures and Masterclasses.
Daniel Taylor joins Lynn Dawson, Michael Chance, Ian Partridge and the Faculty of the
11th Residential Siena Summer Music Academy

Information: Michael Chance Masterclasses
September 1st - 7th
2016
UK
CD Recording Sessions

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September 15th - 18th
University of Toronto
Toronto
Daniel Taylor conducts auditions at the University of Toronto

Professor Daniel Taylor is Head of Historical Performance in the Faculty of Music.
September 23rd - 25th
2016
University of Toronto Faculty of Music
The Historical Performance Area presents:
The Second Fall Baroque Academy at the University of Toronto

Master classes with Stage Director Marshall Pynkoski
and visiting faculty members Nancy Argenta and Ingrid Attrot.

Chamber music with Professor Jeanne Lamon with
lectures by Professors Kevin Komisaruk and Mary Ann Parker.

Final concert to include semi-staged highlights from Handel’s Saul
SEE BELOW
September 25th
7:30 pm
Trinity College Chapel
University of Toronto
6 Hoskin Avenue
Toronto
The University of Toronto's Historical Performance Area presents:
The 2nd Fall Baroque Academy Final Concert

Music students from all disciplines who participated in the
Toronto Fall Baroque Academy will perform semi-staged excerpts from Handel's Saul

Stage Director: Marshall Pynkoski
Conductor: Daniel Taylor,
Professor of Voice and Opera, Head of Historical Performance

Free admission : This event is open to the public as well as U of T students.

Information : University of Toronto, Faculty of Music Events - Brochure & Calendar


 

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Recent Engagements for Daniel Taylor / Theatre of Early Music :

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July 22nd - August 5th
2016
Victoria Conservatory of Music
Victoria
B.C.
Daniel Taylor will be on Faculty for the 2016 Summer Oratorio Program
at the Victoria Conservatory of Music



Tuesday, July 26th
2016
7:30 pm
Walter Hall
University of Toronto
80 Queen’s Park
Toronto
Toronto Summer Music presents:

The Coronation of King George II

The Theatre of Early Music
under the direction of
Daniel Taylor

Coronations are grand occasions and none was grander than the 1727 ceremony
in Westminster Abbey to begin the reign of King George II and Queen Caroline.
George Frideric Handel, a favourite of the new king, contributed some of his
greatest compositions to this service.

The Theatre of Early Music under the direction of Canada’s famous countertenor,
Daniel Taylor, offers the music, pomp and ceremony of that October afternoon in London.

July 23rd
2016
1:30pm
St. John’s Church
Elora
Ontario
Elora Music Festival presents :

Daniel Taylor
Songs of Love

Rebecca Genge, EFS soprano, Benjamin Butterfield, ténor and Daniel Taylor, countertenor
with Steven Philcox, piano

An intimate evening of music for the heart and soul is offered by these three gifted singers.
These love duets and other sparkling works will have you smiling with pleasure.
Not to be missed!

June 12th & 21st
2016
Daniel Taylor - private Recitals

May 27th - 29th
Toronto
The Four Centuries of Bach Ensemble
Directed by John Abberger
present the

First Annual Toronto Bach Festival

Friday May 27th 2016
at 8:00pm
St. Barnabas Church on Danforth
Toronto
First Annual Toronto Bach Festival
Inaugural concert

Cantatas from Weimar

The Four Centuries of Bach Ensemble
Directed by John Abberger

Soloists:
Ellen McAteer, soprano
Daniel Taylor, alto
Lawrence Wiliford, tenor

Programme to include :
Weinen, Klangen, Sorgen, Zagen, BWV 12
Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV 147a

Saturday May 14th & 21st 2016
Part 1: 2:30 pm
Part 2: 4:30 pm
Packer Memorial Church
Lehigh University
Bethlehem
Pennsylvania
USA
109th Bethlehem Bach Festival

J S Bach: B Minor Mass
The heart of the Festival since 1900.

The Bethlehem Bach Choir and Bach Festival Orchestra
Conductor: Greg Funfgeld

Soloists:
Agnes Zsigovics, Rosa Lamoreaux, Daniel Taylor,
Benjamin Butterfield, William Sharp and Daniel Lichti.

Friday May 13th & 20th 2016
4:00pm
Incarnation of Our Lord Church,
Thomas & Buchanan Streets,
(Close to Zoellner Arts Center
an easy walk or shuttle bus ride)
Bethlehem
Pennsylvania
USA
109th Bethlehem Bach Festival

Bach at 4
"How Brightly Shines"

The Bethlehem Bach Choir and Bach Festival Orchestra
Conductor: Greg Funfgeld

Greg Funfgeld will introduce the works including :
The Festival premiere of Cantata BWV 96
Herr Christ, der eige Gottessohn (Lord Christ, only son of God)
Bach and Handel duets sung by Agnes Zsigovics, soprano
and Daniel Taylor, countertenor.
A sonata by Bach contemporary Francesco Geminiani
played by principal cellist Loretta O’Sullivan.

Arrive early for Bach at 4 and experience 20 wonderful minutes of singing
Bach chorales with Greg Funfgeld before the concert.
Singers of all levels are welcome and sheet music is provided.

Friday May 13th & 20th 2016
8:00pm
Packer Memorial Church
Lehigh University
Bethlehem
Pennsylvania
USA
109th Bethlehem Bach Festival

Easter Oratorio "Songs of Joy"


The Bethlehem Bach Choir and Bach Festival Orchestra
Conductor: Greg Funfgeld

The Choir’s season-long series of Bach’s major works for the great festivals
of the church year concludes with the Easter Oratorio
"Our hearts once awash in sadness and adrift, transcend the pain and envision songs of joy."

Soloists:
Agnes Zsigovics, Rosa Lamoreaux, Daniel Taylor,
Benjamin Butterfield, William Sharp and Daniel Lichti.

The program also includes Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2
with Boston based and internationally renowned trumpet soloist Terry Everson.

Sunday May 8th 2016
11am
Salle Maurice-Savaria
2020 Borduas
Sainte-Julie Quebec
Société de concert Vivarté presents
a benefit concert for Mother’s Day entitled:
"Invite Mother to a Concert "

Handel Duets

Ellen McAteer, soprano and Daniel Taylor, countertenor
Accompanied by Luc Beauséjour, harpsichord

The concert is preceded by a breakast at 10:30am.
All proceeds will be donated in scholarships to scholars in 2016.

 

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