The House Party


  • mardi, 30 janvier 2018 de 7:30 Après-midi à 10:30 Après-midi (HNE)
  • 1015 Mount Pleasant Road , Toronto, ON M4P 2L9

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Join Toronto's innovative and eclectic Art of Time Ensemble and Steven Page (formerly of Barenaked Ladies) for an intimate performance in an unforgettable space. On the eve of a 13-city American Tour, Steven Page and the Art of Time Ensemble present SONGBOOK, a concert of chamber pop music featuring songs by Leonard Cohen, Radiohead, Elvis Costello, and many more, presented in new arrangements crafted by some of Canada's top composers.


Steven Page, vocalist

Andrew Burashko, piano & Art of Time Ensemble Artistic Director

Peter Lutek, woodwinds

Joseph Phillips, bass

Rob Piltch, guitar

Rachel Pomedli, cello

Stephen Sitarski, violin


Doors at 7:30pm

Show at 8:00pm

The Tulip Lounge, 1015 Mount Pleasant Blvd.

Limited street parking available.

Coat check available

Your ticket includes drinks, a light bite, and a tax-deductible contribution to the Art of Time Ensemble. To learn more about Art of Time Ensemble, click here.

Beer is generously provided by Henderson Brewing Co., and this event would not be possible without the support of John McGowan.

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1015 Mount Pleasant Road
Toronto, ON M4P 2L9

30 janvier 2018
mardi, 30 janvier 2018 7:30 Après-midi (HNE)


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À propos de cet organisme

Andrew Burashko, a renowned Toronto- based concert pianist, formed Art of Time Ensemble in 1998 by inviting a group of like-minded musicians and prominent figures in dance, theatre and other art forms to perform one-off concerts to small but enthusiastic audiences. Incorporated in 2000, the company has gone on to become a leader in Toronto’s vibrant performing arts scene, through its subscription season at the Harbourfront Centre Theatre, regular appearances at Koerner Hall as part of the Royal Conservatory season, album releases, performances with leading Canadian orchestras, and the tours of its unique offerings to dozens of cities throughout Canada and the United States.