January 5, 2017I would like to remind you that Toronto Cantabile Choir is going to start... More...
I would like to remind you that Toronto Cantabile Choir - Adult Amateur Choir - is going to start this Thursday, Jan 5, 2017 at 7:30 pm. It is open to everyone who likes singing pop, jazz and all-time greatest hits. We will be rehearsing in a spacious location with free parking at 475 Rathburn Rd. Etobicoke, ON, M9C 3S9. Look for the Church of Christ the King.
Moving into a new year is a great time to reflect, rest and reconnect with your inner musical voice. Come check us out - first rehearsal is free!
The Program for 2017 is divided into three sessions. The 1st session will run from January to May 2017, and will have 21 rehearsals. The cost of the session is $210. Spring concert performance is on Sunday, June 4, 2017 and the fee is included.
Please see our flyer with all the details and don’t hesitate to contact me at any time at 416-258-3887 or email@example.com.
June 3, 2015This month Sunny's choice is "Can You Feel the Love Tonight?"... More...
February 12, 2015Every year, we have a concert in June and a concert in December where our students have a chance... More...
June 3, 2015ʺLet us have fantasy, boldness, unexpectedness, enchantment - above all..." More...
"Let us have fantasy, boldness, unexpectedness, enchantment - above all, tenderness, morbidezza!"
George Bizet, composer
George Bizet, a French Romantic composer, died at the age of only 36. He is best known for his opera Carmen. He wrote this quote in a letter to a freind.
June 8, 2015Did you know that some people see colours when they listen to... More...
Did you know that some people see colours when they listen to music? For example, Mozart did! Experiencing musical notes as colors is only one form of synesthesia. Dr. Oliver Sacks describes synesthesia as "an immediate, physiological coupling of two sorts of sensation." So your C could be red and G purple, how cool is that?
May 30, 2015It is lovely, when I forget all birthdays, including my own, to find out that somebody remembers me. More...
"It is lovely, when I forget all birthdays, including my own, to find out that somebody remembers me."
Alexandra and Christina's little brother turned 1 in May! Such a lucky boy to be growing up with two lovely sisters and surrounded by the wonders of piano music. Happy Birthday Vincent!
We would like to wish Kiara a Happy 13th Birthday!
Max also has his birthday in June. Happy Birthday Max!
Alias will be celebrating his birthday, too. Happy Birthday Alias!
Sunny Rakovac has been leading a well-recognized private music studio for over 15 years, where she teaches piano, flute, theory, harmony and history of music. Her students have won top awards at Kiwanis competitions, Toronto Music Festival and Peel Music Festival. As a result of Sunny’s achievements in preparing students to the highest professional standards, she has been granted special designations by the Royal Conservatory of Music: an Elementary, Intermediate and Advanced Specialist for Piano, and an Elementary and Intermediate Specialist for Theory. She holds a Master of Arts degree from University of Belgrade, Serbia.
Sunny’s pedagogical practices apply to children as young as 3 years old, and extend to adult learners. She has been faithfully leading both children’s and adult choirs for over 10 years. Together, they have performed at numerous concerts and festivities, including the Santa's Parade put together by the City of Vaughan and a variety of humanitarian concerts in Toronto. Sunny’s contagious enthusiasm for music and love of making people feel relaxed and connected is reflected in those who are in her company during rehearsals.
With over 10 years of teaching experience, starting out under Sunny's tutelage, Jelena has been working with children as young as 3 years old and adult learners, including seniors. As Royal Conservatory of Music and Ontario College of Teachers certified teacher, Jelena brings a wealth of knowledge about different teaching methods, an endless supply of enthusiasm and the ability to infect students with her love for the arts.