Marcel d’Entremont “Cause Célèbre: A World Transformed”

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Marcel d’Entremont “Cause Célèbre: A World Transformed”

Works by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Amy Beach, Benjamin Britten, Samuel Barber and Sarah MacLachlan.

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St. Jude's Anglican Church 160 William St Oakville, ON Canada

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Marcel d’Entremont, tenor – named one of CBC’s “Top 30 Under 30” classical musicians in 2020- has won numerous awards and toured internationally performing solo recitals, as well as some of the major roles in operas produced by Opera McGill, Opera Nova Scotia, Opéra de Rouen (France), and with the boundary-breaking Against the Grain Theatre. With longtime collaborator Dakota Scott-Digout and mezzo-soprano Andrea Ludwig.

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Born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan, Juno-nominated mezzo soprano Andrea Ludwig is an artist of tremendous depth, musicality and scope. Her charm, warmth and easy sense of humour are perfect for the stage and her vibrant musicality makes her a favourite to all her audiences. Her versatility and ability to interpret many styles are impeccable.

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Nova Scotian pianist Dakota Scott-Digout is quickly establishing himself as one of the brightest upcoming pianists in the country. Currently pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts at the University of Toronto, he also holds degrees in piano performance from Université de Montréal and Mount Allison University. Dakota was recently named the winner of the Gwendolyn Koldofsky Prize in Accompanying, awarded to the top collaborative pianist at the university. Additionally, he is in constant demand in Toronto as a vocal coach, soloist, and teacher. He also serves as the accompanist for undergraduate voice classes at the University of Toronto.

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