Today in Toronto: AllOneWord, TSO, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo and more

AllOneWord Acclaimed choreographer James Kudelka takes on the adventurous Coleman Lemieux and Compagnie, known for moving performances out of the theatre and into the landscape. Six works are set to the music of the 17th-century composer Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber, as arranged by John Oswald. Find out more »

Beethoven and Tchaikovsky Pianist Garrick Ohlsson has hands with a reach of an octave and a fifth, but it’s his sensitivity as an interpreter that holds the listener past the initial technical dazzle. This TSO concert features Beethoven’s serene Piano Concerto No. 4, and Tchaikovsky’s Manfred Symphony, based on the Byron poem. Find out more »

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo The Trocks may be on the verge of middle age—the troupe was founded in 1974—but the appeal of men in toe shoes and tutus is apparently ageless. Find out more »

Maceo Parker Maceo Parker’s high-octane funk timeline kicks off with James Brown and runs right up to his periodic gigs with Prince. Find out more »

Moulin Rouge: The Ballet The Royal Winnipeg Ballet is hitting town for the first time in eight years, touring what will undoubtedly be a crowd-pleasing show about ill-fated lovers at the notorious Parisian cabaret. Find out more »


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