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2017/18 Toronto Concert Season
Sun. Oct. 15, 4pm Fri. Dec. 1, 8pm Sun. Feb. 25, 4pm Sat. Apr. 14, 7:30pm Mon. May 7, 7:30pm

 Opening Toronto Concert 2017/2018

Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017 at 4:00 pm  

Eglinton St. George’s United Church, 35 Lytton Blvd.

                              

© Elmer Iseler Singers 2000-2017   All rights reserved.        
It’s Not Too Late to CELEBRATE! Canada 150 with Fallis, Tiefenbach and the Elmer Iseler Singers

This   

concert   

will   

include   

Five   

Nursery   

Rhymes

,   

by   

Ralph

Hunter;  

works  

of  

Sarah  

Binks,  

the  

“Sweet  

Songstress  

of

Saskatchewan”;  

songs  

from  

Primadonna  

on  

a  

Moose

;  

The

Music   

of   

Karlheinz   

Vapny,   

‘The   

Quiet   

Genius’;   

and   

will

feature  

S

trangers  

in  

the  

House

,  

Peter  

Tiefenbach’s  

rarely

heard   

curling   

opera.   

In   

this   

opera,   

a   

family   

from   

Toronto   

gets   

lost   

while   

driving   

across

Saskatchewan.  

They  

run  

out  

of  

gas  

in  

Grouse  

Valley.  

  

But  

the  

village  

is  

eerily  

deserted.  

  

Where  

can

everyone  

be?  

  

At  

the  

rink,  

of  

course!  

  

It’s  

bonspiel  

weekend,  

the  

highlight  

of  

the  

year!  

  

But  

when  

a

crisis throws the bonspiel into chaos, it falls to the 16-year-old from Toronto to save the day.

“Hurry,  

hard”  

to  

this  

uniquely  

Canadian  

program  

of  

song  

for  

an  

unforgettable  

evening  

with  

Mary

Lou Fallis, Peter Tiefenbach and the Elmer Iseler Singers.

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© Elmer Iseler Singers 2000-2017
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This  

concert  

will  

include  

Five  

Nursery  

Rhymes

,  

by

Ralph  

Hunter;  

works  

of  

Sarah  

Binks,  

the  

“Sweet

Songstress     

of     

Saskatchewan”;     

songs     

from

Primadonna  

on  

a  

Moose

;  

The  

Music  

of  

Karlheinz

Vapny,    

‘The    

Quiet    

Genius’;    

and    

will    

feature

S

trangers  

in  

the  

House

,  

Peter  

Tiefenbach’s  

rarely

heard  

curling  

opera.  

In  

this  

opera,  

a  

family  

from

Toronto      

gets      

lost      

while      

driving      

across

Saskatchewan.   

They   

run   

out   

of   

gas   

in   

Grouse

Valley.  

  

But  

the  

village  

is  

eerily  

deserted.  

  

Where

can  

everyone  

be?  

  

At  

the  

rink,  

of  

course!  

  

It’s

bonspiel  

weekend,  

the  

highlight  

of  

the  

year!  

  

But

when  

a  

crisis  

throws  

the  

bonspiel  

into  

chaos,  

it

falls  

to  

the  

16-year-old  

from  

Toronto  

to  

save  

the

day.

“Hurry,  

hard”  

to  

this  

uniquely  

Canadian  

program

of  

song  

for  

an  

unforgettable  

evening  

with  

Mary

Lou  

Fallis,  

Peter  

Tiefenbach  

and  

the  

Elmer  

Iseler

Singers.

 Season Opening Toronto Concert

 

Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017 at 4:00 pm

Eglinton St. George’s United Church, 35 Lytton Blvd.

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It’s Not Too Late to CELEBRATE! Canada 150 with Fallis, Tiefenbach and the Elmer Iseler Singers