Adrian-Kramer

Adrian Kramer

Canadian Tenor, Adrian Kramer, has been garnering critical praise in a variety of repertoire. He has appeared in opera and concert with many excellent theatres including the Santa Fe Opera, Canadian Opera Company, Glimmerglass Festival, Chicago Opera Theater, Opera Omaha, Juilliard Opera Center, and more. Read more at http://www.adriankramertenor.com

Elina-Kelebeev

Elina Kelebeev

Described as having “brilliant insight and extreme musicality” by the Toronto Star, Canadian pianist Elina Kelebeev is becoming known as a soloist and collaborative pianist. Elina has collaborated with established vocalists such as renowned Canadian baritone Russell Braun and Ukrainian soprano Anna Shafajinskaya; she has also teamed up with rising...

James-Westman

James Westman

Whether performing song, concert or opera throughout the world, Westman remains passionately vigilant for both healing and discovering human nature through his art. Formerly a successful boy treble, Mr. Westman toured with the American Boys Choir, the Paris Boys Choir and the Vienna Boys Choir. Known as Jamie Westman, he...

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Lucia Cesaroni

Italian-Canadian Soprano Lucia Cesaroni will make her Spoleto Festival debut with Maestro James Conlon as Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro this coming summer. She has appeared with The Steans Institute at The Ravinia Festival, The Royal Philharmonic, The Berliner Symphoniker, The Victoria Symphony, The Montreal Symphony, Vancouver Opera, Pacific...

Jimmy-Roberts

Jimmy Roberts

Jimmy Roberts is a composer for the musical theater as well as a pianist and entertainer. His musical scores include: I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (1996) and The Thing About Men (2003), both with book and lyrics by Joe DiPietro. He is a 1977 graduate of the Manhattan...

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Krisztina Szabo

Hungarian-Canadian mezzo-soprano Krisztina Szabó has become highly sought after in both North America and Europe as an artist of supreme musicianship and stagecraft. The Chicago Tribune exclaimed, “Krisztina Szabó stole her every scene with her powerful, mahogany voice and deeply poignant immersion in the empress’ plight” after her performance of...

Michele-Bogdanowicz

Michele Bogdanowicz

Canadian Michèle Bogdanowicz has taken an important place among the outstanding mezzo-sopranos of her generation. A Fellow at Ravinia’s Steans Institute for Young Artists, she was chosen to present the world premiere of songs “Facing Forward, Looking Back” by American composer Jake Heggie and as a member of the prestigious Merola Program of the San...

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Deborah Hay

Filmography:  The Mystery of Mazo de la Roche, The Gospel of Phi, Countenace.  Deborah is an acclaimed stage actress who performs across Canada and the US and is known for her impressive work at The Shaw Festival and Stratford Festival. Read more at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2301677/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1

Igor-Gefter

Igor Gefter

Internationally acclaimed cellist Igor Gefter joined the Toronto Symphony Orchestra in 2006. Prior to his move to Toronto, Mr. Gefter held the position of Associate Principal Cello with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. While still a student at The Juilliard School in New York, Igor was invited to play in...

Russell-Braun

Russell Braun

Renowned for his luminous voice “capable of the most powerful explosions as well as the gentlest covered notes” (Toronto Star) baritone Russell Braun rightfully claims his place on the concert, opera and recital stages of the world.  His intelligent and thoughtful portrayals of Chou En-lai, Billy Budd, Prince Andrei, Figaro,...