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A glimpse into the mind of our Artistic Director as she shares her knowledge and expertise on our music selections, the composers, artists, concerts, and more

Gryphon Trio: Celebrating 30 Years!

Consortium Aurora Borealis is thrilled to present Toronto’s renowned three-time JUNO award-winning Gryphon Trio in concert. Noted for its highly-refined, dynamic performances and superb interpretations, the ensemble enjoys an impressive international reputation. Pianist Jamie Parker, violinist Annalee Patipatanakoon, and cellist Roman Borys will perform a stunning programme

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The Age of Elegance: A Feast for Flute and Harpsichord

We are thrilled to be embarking on our 45th Anniversary Concert Season this Fall, and wish to share our tremendous excitement with you! You will find several deliberate references to years past, as we seek to relive some of those earlier moments of joy. As usual, we have crafted seven varied concerts for you, presenting both old favourites and new discoveries.

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Beethoven Rebooted: VC2 Cello Duo

Consortium Aurora Borealis is truly thrilled to announce the second live concert of our 44th season, as we return to our beloved pre-Covid performing venue, the beautiful, historic St. Paul’s United Church, with its excellent acoustics. For this occasion, we are happy to introduce two passionate cello virtuosos from Toronto who will amaze you with their artistry and versatility.

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Romantic Gestures: Celebrating Scandinavia!

A very warm welcome to our 44th Season, and to “Romantic Gestures”, a concert celebrating Scandinavia, with special guest artists. Ever-popular, charismatic violinist Jeremy Bell returns to Consortium for the 15th time! He is joined by pianist Shoshana Telner, with whom he has had a rewarding working relationship for the past seven years. They will entrance you with their virtuosity and musicality.

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