“It’s important for [Toronto’s classical music scene] to get outside their comfort zone and reflect the diversity of the city.”
Lebanese-Canadian soprano Miriam Khalil and director Joel Ivany stopped by the Ismaili Centre Toronto to explore the cultural threads of Osvaldo Golijov’s electric song cycle Ayre. (The title in medieval Spanish means “air” in both the sense of “song” and the air we breathe.)
Ayre: An Evening of Osvaldo Golijov is presented in partnership with the Aga Khan Council for Canada, and the Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory of Music.
Tickets selling quickly – only one(ish) week left to purchase!
November 10–12 8pm
Ismaili Centre, 49 Wynford Drive, Toronto
Video Production by Half-Inch’d Films
Director/Editor Andrew Martin-Smith
Director of Photography Adrian Merritt Smith