I Furiosi Baroque Ensemble

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94 Westminster Avenue


Between 1 October 2016 And 30 September 2017, I Furiosi Baroque Ensemble Presented Five Concerts: “Both Alike In Dignity” (21 October 2016); “Pants On Fire” (7 January 2017); “Ifork In The Road” (21 April 2017); “All About That Bass” (2 June 2017); And “Introduction To The Body” (23 Sept. 2017). The First Four Concerts Were Presented At Calvin Presbyterian Church, 26 Delisle Ave, Toronto, On, M4V 1S5; The Fifth Concert Was Given At The Sackville, New Brunswick Festival Of Early Music. In 2016-2017 I Furiosi Explored Unusual Music And Themes Of The Baroque Period Using Authentic Technique. World-Renowned Guest Performers Joined The Ensemble At All The Toront-Based Concerts. More Contemporary Music Augmented The Themes And Revealed The Musical Origins Of Today’S Compositions. The Audience Was Incorporated Into Interactive Theatrical Presentations Of The Pieces, Augmented With Costuming In Order To Engage People More Fully. Close To 1500 People Representing All Ages And Backgrounds Attended. The Historically Accurate Concerts Included Comprehensive Programme Notes That Expounded On The Topics And Their Significance In The Baroque Period. The Season Was Made Possible By The Volunteered Time Of Performing Artists, Other Helpers, And Board Members.

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Headquarters: 94 Westminster Avenue
Neighbourhood: Parkdale
Number of employees: $0
Full-time employees: $0
Part-time employees: $0
Registered: 2010-12-22
CRA business registration number (BN): 828987669RR0001

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