Season Tickets Now Available: www.rezonanceensemble.com Liftoff Sunday, Oct. 29, 2pm Celebrating the "pop" of the Baroque: bass line jams support virtuosic variations and dazzling solos by Corelli, Biber, Byrd, and more! We’ll see how improvisation becomes composition, as composers choose a simple melody or bass line, improvise and compose variations, and take off from there… Versailles Confidential Saturday, February 3, 8pm The sensational, candid, and acerbic letters of the Marquise de Sévigné were published shortly after her death and revealed a first-person account of 17thCentury France far more personal than the official history. We’ll open some of her mail with you - The life of a courtier in Louis XIV's Versailles, complete with its own soundtrack! Handel’s Heroines Sunday, May 6, 2pm Thrilling and emotional soprano arias are a favourite part of Handel’s operas. We’re teaming up with coloratura soprano Vania Chan again to perform some of Handel's greatest hits for soprano and orchestra. All regular season concerts will take place at St Barnabas on the Danforth, Anglican Church: 361 Danforth Avenue, Toronto PLUS Keep an eye out for our collaborative concert series “Musicians on the Edge” with Benjamin Stein, exploring improvisation! At Metropolitan United Church, Toronto Sunday, November 19 AND Sunday, April 22

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