For all you classical music fans out there, we have two tickets for Handel’s Messiah to give away for this coming Saturday (December 21st) at 8:00pm at Roy Thompson Hall in Toronto.
Just correctly answer the 3 quiz questions below and email the answers to firstname.lastname@example.org (include your phone number if possible). Sometime this Friday (December 20th), between the hours of 11am and 12pm, we will draw a winner from all of our entries. The winner will be contacted by the Publisher, Brian Clarke, from his email address email@example.com with a secret password and the winner can then pick up the tickets at our office at 1370 Don Mills Rd Unit 5, on the ground floor by 5pm that evening. The answers, along with the winner’s name and photograph, will be posted on our website.
1) In which city, and in what year, was Handel’s Messiah first performed in public?
2) How many works make up the Brandenburg Concertos?
3) The aria Nessun Dorma is from which Puccini opera?
The TSO, directed by Christopher Warren-Green, joins forces with the 140 voices of the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir and internationally renowned vocal soloists for a glorious and stirring performance of this holiday tradition.
Come for: Experience the power of this immortal oratorio.
And more: End the year on a high note!
- Christopher Warren-Green, conductor
- Klara Ek, soprano
- Lawrence Zazzo, countertenor
- John Tessier, tenor
- Russell Braun*, baritone
- Toronto Mendelssohn Choir