FreePlay is excited to be part of the Villages In Action and Carn To Cove rural touring schemes. We will be performing at the following venues:
June 9 St. Michael’s Church, Shute, 7:30pm
June 14 Peter Tavy Village Hall
June 15 Awliscombe Village Hall
June 16 Millbrook Village Hall
And following this, we reinvent the Orient Express by taking the train from London to Turkey! Our next workshop and concert will be in Istanbul on June 25 and 26 (details tba).
Following Istanbul, we are very excited to be part of the new Black Forest Voices Festival!
Our workshops and concert information:
28.06.2019, 15:30–16:30 Circle Singing
28.06.2019, 16:45–17:45 South Indian Singing
30.06.2019, 19:00-21:30 Closing Night concert with Junior Jazzchor & Muttis Kinder
Thanks to the generous support of the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts.
Wednesday, July 10th
Rosedale United Church
159 Roxborough Drive
An all-star cast of singers and instrumentalists salute Bob on his 70th birthday. Performers include:
Ault Sisters, Freeplay, Aaron Jensen
Daniel Wnukowski, David Warrack, Christine Hanson, Wayne Strongman (organ)
George Koller, Relative Harmony (Rick and Judy Avery)
Judith Lander, Lorraine Foreman, Debora Joy, Laurie Hurst
Co-presented by SING! The Toronto Vocal Arts Festival. Proceeds to SING! and the Rosedale United Church music fund.
For tickets, please CLICK HERE.
FreePlay at UpTown Waterloo Jazz Festival
Friday, July 19th at 6:00pm
Waterloo City Hall
SING! A cappella Stage at Beaches Jazz Festival
July 19-21, 2019
SING! The Toronto Vocal Arts Festival, once again, gets its own dedicated Beaches Jazz Stage (at the corner of Queen and Northen Danccer Blvd.) featuring the best of local a cappella and jazz.
Friday, July 19, 2019:
5:30 – Jordana Talsky
6:30 – Planting Pearl
Saturday, July 20, 2019:
1:00 – Dammien Alexander
2:00 – Beatsync
3:00 – Ault Sisters
4:00 – Pressgang Mutiny
Sunday, July 21, 2019:
1:00 – The Watch
2:00 – Countermeasure
3:00 – Retrocity
4:00 – Ro Randall
I am thrilled to be singing the alto solo part for This Love Between us.
From the Elora Festival website:
Our final performance is Bach’s beloved “Magnificat” followed by the Canadian premiere of a Reena Esmail composition that is taking the music world by storm, “This love between Us”, composed specifically as a complementary work to the Magnificat. Its seven movements juxtapose the words of seven major religious traditions of India, showing how each of these traditions approaches the topic of unity. Featuring The Elora Singers with the Festival Orchestra, sitar, and tabla.
We are happy to return to Edinburgh Festival Fringe, this time with FreePlay and Autorickshaw (debut). Thanks to the Ontario Arts Council and Canada Council for the Arts for their generous support of FreePlay’s portion of this tour.