Daniel Taylor / Theatre of Early Music
Upcoming appearances :

August 10th – 20th
Stratford Summer Vocal Academy 2017
Stratford
Ontario
Daniel Taylor joins the faculty of the Stratford Summer Vocal Academy

The program will culminate in an Gala Finale
with all particpants and faculty on Sunday, August 20 at 3pm.

Information: Stratford Summer Vocal Academy

August 21st – 29th
SienAgosto Academy 2017
Siena
Italy
Siena Art Institute in collaboration with the Siena School for Liberal Arts present :
Recitals, Lectures and Masterclasses.
Daniel Taylor joins
Lynn Dawson, Deborah York, Michael Chance, Ian Partridge
and the Faculty of the SienAgosto Academy 2017

Information: Michael Chance Masterclasses

September 4th – 14th
University of Toronto
Toronto
Daniel Taylor conducts auditions at the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto

Professor Daniel Taylor is the Head of Historical Performance in the Faculty of Music.

September 20th – 25th
2017
Trinity College Chapel
University of Toronto Faculty of Music
Toronto

The Third Toronto Fall Baroque Academy at the University of Toronto

Sopranos Nancy Argenta and Ingrid Attrot, Mezzo-Soprano Krisztina Szabo
and Conductor/Violinist Jeanne Lamon with Stage Director Marshall Pynkoski
join Daniel Taylor and students from the Voice, Opera and Historical Performance Area.

Final concert will feature highlights from Handel Cesare

September 24th at 730pm – Trinity College Chapel

 

 

Recent Engagements for Daniel Taylor / Theatre of Early Music :

July 27th
2017
7:00pm
St. John’s Church
Elora
Ontario
Elora Summer Concert Series presents :

The Elora Singers and Festival Orchestra performing
Pergolesi’s beautiful Stabat Mater and Purcell’s classic Dido & Aeneas

with one of the most sought-after countertenors in the world,
Daniel Taylor.

July 26th
2017
7:00 pm
Avondale Auditorium
Stratford
ON
Stratford Summer Music presents:

Allegri Miserere and other Choral selections

The Theatre of Early Music
under the direction of
Daniel Taylor

July 1st – 13th
Amalfi Vocal Program 2017
Amalfi
Italy
The Amalfi Vocal Program 2017
provides a full immersion-style study and performance experience for singers
with the opportunity to sing in opera productions
with a professional opera house orchestra.

Daniel Taylor joins
Patricia Hussey, Director
and an internationally acclaimed faculty of voice teachers and vocal coaches.

June 21st
2017 at 8:00 pm
Roy Thompson Hall
60 Simcoe St
Toronto, ON M5J 2H5
Canada
Toronto Symphony Orchestra
with the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir and Toronto Children’s Chorus

Peter Oundjian, conductor

Program:
Szymanowski: Violin Concerto No. 2
Nicola Benedetti, violin

Orff: Carmina Burana

Soloists:
Aline Kutan, soprano
Daniel Taylor, countertenor
Phillip Addis, baritone

June 7 th - June 17 th
2017
Victoria Conservatory of Music
Victoria
B.C.
Daniel Taylor will be on Faculty for the
2017 Victoria Conservatory Summer Academy Vocal Program.

Finale concert: Saturday, June 17 at 7:30pm

Sunday, May 28th 2017
at 3:30pm
St. Barnabas Church on Danforth
Toronto
Second Annual Toronto Bach Festival
St. Mark Passion
(Reconstruction by Simon Heighes)

Directed by John Abberger

Of the five complete passions Bach wrote, only two survive.
We invite you to experience what might have been, with our presentation of this
stunning reconstruction of his St. Mark Passion by Simon Heighes.
Based on the surviving libretto by Picander, the librettist for the Matthew Passion,
and fashioned from arias and choruses from Bach’s own works,
a vocal ensemble of 9 singers together with an intimate instrumental
ensemble will allow us to present this work as it would have been performed by Bach.

Soloists include
Ellen McAteer and Agnes Zsigovics, soprano
Daniel Taylor, alto
Asitha Tennekoon, tenor and Brett Polegato, bass

May 27th
2017 at 8:00 pm
Taft Theatre
317 E 5th St,
Cincinnati, OH
USA
Cincinnati Symphony
Harry Bickett, conductor

Bach : B Minor Mass

with the May Festival Chorus, director, Robert Porco

Soloists:
Joelle Harvey, soprano
Meg Bragle, mezzo-soprano
Daniel Taylor, countertenor
Thomas Cooley, tenor
Matthew Brook, bass

Saturday May 13th & 20st 2017
Part 1: 2:30 pm
Part 2: 4:30 pm

Packer Memorial Church
Lehigh University
Bethlehem
Pennsylvania
USA
110th Bethlehem Bach Festival

J S Bach: B Minor Mass
The heart of the Festival since 1900.

The Bethlehem Bach Choir and Bach Festival Orchestra
Conductor: Greg Funfgeld

Soloists:
Agnes Zsigovics, Rosa Lamoreaux, Daniel Taylor,
Benjamin Butterfield, William Sharp and Dashan Burton.

Friday May 12th & 19th 2017
4:00pm
Incarnation of Our Lord Church
Bethlehem
Pennsylvania
USA
110th Bethlehem Bach Festival

Festival Bach at 4:00

The Bethlehem Bach Choir and Bach Festival Orchestra
Conductor: Greg Funfgeld

Greg Funfgeld conducts the Festival premiere of Cantata 49,
featuring Rosa Lamoreaux and William Sharp,

and Cantata 103 featuring Daniel Taylor, Benjamin Butterfield and William Sharp.

Friday May 12th & 19th 2017
8:00pm
Packer Memorial Church
Lehigh University
Bethlehem
Pennsylvania
USA
110th Bethlehem Bach Festival

Festival Bach at 8:00

The Bethlehem Bach Choir and Bach Festival Orchestra
Conductor: Greg Funfgeld

Program includes Bach Cantatas 110 and 97 with Soloists :

Agnes Zsigovics, Rosa Lamoreaux, Daniel Taylor,
Benjamin Butterfield, William Sharp and Dashon Burton.

May 6th
2017 at 7:30 pm
George St. United Church
534 George Street North
Peterborough, ON
Peterborough Singers
Sydney Birrell, conductor

Mozart’s Requiem & Arias

Soloists:
Ellen McAteer, soprano
Daniel Taylor, countertenor
Asitha Tennekoon, tenor
Joel Allison, baritone
Ian Sadler, organ

April 23 2017
2:00 pm
Mount Royal University Conservatory
4825 Mount Royal Gate, SW Calgary
Alberta T3E 6K6
Family Concert: The Queen, the Bear and the Bumblebee

Daniel Taylor joins Narrator Dini Petty
with some of Calgary’s best professional artists
to create this magical presentation, based on the award-winning CD.

April 14th 2017
at 2:00pm
St. Barnabas Church on Danforth
361 Danforth Avenue
(at Hampton Ave., TTC Chester)
Toronto
The Toronto Bach Festival presents a Good Friday Performance
in advance of their Festival May 26th – 28th.

St. Mark Passion
(Reconstruction by Simon Heighes)

Directed by John Abberger

Of the five complete passions Bach wrote, only two survive.
We invite you to experience what might have been, with our presentation of this
stunning reconstruction of his St. Mark Passion by Simon Heighes.
Based on the surviving libretto by Picander, the librettist for the Matthew Passion,
and fashioned from arias and choruses from Bach’s own works,
a vocal ensemble of 9 singers together with an intimate instrumental
ensemble will allow us to present this work as it would have been performed by Bach.

Soloists include
Ellen McAteer and Agnes Zsigovics, soprano
Daniel Taylor, alto
Asitha Tennekoon, tenor and Brett Polegato,
bass

Palm Sunday
Sunday, April 9th
2017
at 4.00 PM

Cathedral Church of All Saints
1330 Martello Street
Halifax
NS

J. S. Bach : St John Passion

University of King’s College Chapel Choir, directed by Paul Halley,
Ensemble Regale, led by David Greenberg

Soloists:
Matthew Anderson, Evangelist, Alexander Dobson, Jesus,
Matthew Cassils, Pilate and
Bass arias, Philippe Gagné, Tenor arias,
Daniel Taylor, Alto arias, Janelle Lucyk, Soprano arias.

Saturday, April 8th
2017
at 4.00 PM

St John’s Anglican Church
Lunenburg
NS

Musique Royale presents:

J. S. Bach : St John Passion

University of King’s College Chapel Choir, directed by Paul Halley
Ensemble Regale, led by David Greenberg

Soloists:
Matthew Anderson, Evangelist, Alexander Dobson, Jesus,
Matthew Cassils, Pilate and
Bass arias, Philippe Gagné, Tenor arias,
Daniel Taylor, Alto arias, Janelle Lucyk, Soprano arias.

March 27th – April 2nd
2017
Canadian Tire Centre
Ottawa
A week at the JUNOS

JUNO Week 2017 will be hosted in Ottawa from March 27 through April 2, 2017.
A live broadcast of The 46th Annual JUNO Awards will air on CTV and CTV GO
on Sunday, April 2 from the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa.

March 25th at 7:30pm
2017
St. Paul’s Basilica
83 Power St, Toronto
ON M5A 3A8
The University of Toronto’s Historical Performance Area presents:

Tallis Scholars: Miserere
Director, Peter Phillips

Over four decades of performance and a catalogue of award-winning records for Gimell,
Peter Phillips and the Tallis Scholars have done more than any other group to establish sacred
vocal music of the Renaissance as one of the great repertoires of Western classical music.

Student soloists from the Historical Performance Area will appear with the Tallis Scholars.

under the direction of Peter Phillips and Daniel Taylor.

March 16, 17 & 18 at 7:30pm
March 19 at 2:30pm
2017
MacMillan Theatre
University of Toronto
Edward Johnson Building
80 Queen’s Park
Toronto
The University of Toronto
Spring Major Opera Production:
Imeneo (Handel)

Directed by Tim Albery

U of T Opera and members of the UTSO are delighted to
join forces with
resident baroque specialist Daniel Taylor
for this new production designed
by
Michelle Tracey with lighting by Jason Hand.

Opera Talk, a pre-performance lecture, will be given half an hour
prior to each MacMillan Theatre performance in Room 130.

March 7th Afternoon & 7:30pm
2017
Trinity Chapel Toronto
University of Toronto
6 Hoskin Avenue
Toronto
The University of Toronto’s Historical Performance Area presents:

The Kammerchor Stuttgart a Cappella
Director, Frieder Bernius

The Kammerchor Stuttgart is regarded as one of the finest choirs in the world.
The choir performs at festivals and in concert halls with repertoire
ranging from the 17th to the 21st century.

An open rehearsal and workshop from 1 to 4 pm (entry by donation)
with the Kammerchor Stuttgart and the student chorister-soloists
from the Opera, Voice and Historical Areas.

Student soloists from the Historical Performance Area will appear with the

Kammerchor Stuttgart to perform music of Tallis, Gombert, Mendelssohn and Fasch
at 7:30 pm
under the direction of Frieder Bernius and Daniel Taylor.