Toronto Beach Chorale recently performed Carmina Burana – probably the best-known choral work of the 20th century, excerpted to sell everything from cars to beer to aftershave. From the crash of the cymbals heralding the opening lines of ‘O Fortuna’ through to the tenor channeling the roasting swan, Carmina is a thrill to the senses.
Joining Toronto Beach Chorale were two pianists on two grand pianos nested nose to nose, the TorQ Percussion Quartet, and three outstanding Soloists.
The performance took place at St Anne’s Anglican Church, a National Heritage Site renowned for its outstanding acoustics as well as the interior artwork by the Group of Seven.
Toronto Beach Chorale thanks its season’s programme advertisers for their generous support!
Toronto Beach Chorale proudly thanks Rama Toronto East for funds raised through its Charitable Gaming.