Today in Toronto: Derek Liddington, Italian Baroque

Derek Liddington Coup de Grâce is the Toronto artist’s first big solo show, an installation that somehow intertwines the decline of duelling with the rise of rock ballads, as exemplified by Bruce Springsteen. Find out more >>

Italian Baroque A chance to hear what made the mandolin one hot little instrument for composers such as Vivaldi. Virtuoso mandolinist Cecilia Loda has performed extensively in Europe and joins Sinfonia Toronto for a concert that includes two Vivaldi concertos and a suite from Respighi’s Ancient Airs and Dances. Find out more >>


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