TCAF proudly presents HOCKEY NOIR: A billingual Chamber Opera in 3 Periods
TCAF, along with our partners Ensemble contemporain de Montreal (ECM+) and Continuum Contemporary Music, are thrilled to bring you Hockey Noir, a multimedia chamber opera. Set in the 1950s, the classic hockey rivalry between Toronto and Montreal takes centre stage with a side of organized crime. Love, lust, scandal, blood, betrayal – in sudden death, who wins and who loses is determined not by fate but by the final shot!
Hockey Noir was written by TCAF Featured Guest Cecil Castellucci, and features artwork by Toronto illustrator Kymberlyn Porter. Showtimes are May 10th and 11th at 8pm, and a 2pm matinee on May 11th. For more info and tickets, check out continuummusic.org.
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A bilingual Chamber Opera in 3 Periods
May 10–11, 2018, 8 pm
Matinee: May 11, 2018 at 2 pm
Jane Mallet Theatre
St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts
27 Front Street East, Toronto, ON, CA,M5E 1B4 MAP
The Toronto Comic Arts Festival, Ensemble contemporain de Montreal (ECM+), and Continuum Contemporary Music are thrilled to present a full-scale multimedia opera in this special collaboration. Set in the 1950s, the classic hockey rivalry between Toronto and Montreal takes centre stage with a side of organized crime. Love, lust, scandal, blood, betrayal – in sudden death, who wins and who loses is determined not by fate but by the final shot.
Featuring a Libretto by renowned Canadian graphic novelist, picture book writer, and novelist Cecil Castellucci! This opera is a unique opportunity to see comics integrated into other media, and we here at TCAF are thrilled to be co-presenting it with ECM+ and Continuum!
Tickets are now on sale!
Hockey Noir – André Ristic (CA)
Artistic Director and conductor: Vêronique Lacroix (CA)
Composer: André Ristic (CA)
Librettist: Cecil Castellucci (US/CA)
Illustrator: Kymberlyn Porter (CA)
Stage Director: Marie-Josêe Chartier (CA)
ECM+ with special guests Pascale Beaudin (soprano), Marie-Annick Béliveau (mezzo), Michiel Schrey (tenor) and Pierre-Etienne Bergeron (baritone)
$40 adults / $30 seniors & arts workers / $20 students
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