Hi <<First Name>>,
Wonderful weather has finally arrived and the fun and adventures continue.

Here is a list of some of the upcoming ones:
Monday April 20th I'll be partaking in the launch of the new "q" on CBC with the Element Choir as backup for Polaris winning Tanya Tagaq.  More info here.
On Saturday April 25th there will be a wonderful concert featuring massed choirs under conductor Shawn Grenke called United In Song at Eglinton St. George's, Toronto.  This one's not to be missed!
Then it's time for a road trip up to Owen Sound for Mendelssohn's Elijah with the Georgian Bay Concert Choir on Saturday May 2nd.
May 22nd is another exciting event at Eglinton St. George's: Beautiful Broadway, an evening of live auction and cabaret in support of the music program at ESG, so this would be the event to come to if you had to pick only one!
The last week of May we will be heading up to Ottawa to showcase the latest offering, Just Faith?, from MT Space's Theatre for Social Change at the bi-annual CU expo.  
I'll be joining forces again with pianist extraordinaire Krista Rhodes to make an appearance with some wonderful old friends at the Spring Concert of the Garth Trail Singers Saturday, 7pm, May 30th in Hamilton 
Tuesday June 9th you can catch me singing songs from Marlena Dietrich's career with conductor Kerry Stratton and the Toronto Concert Orchestra at Casa Loma.  Tickets available here.
And at the end of June I will be returning to the Luminato Festival as one of the Living Creatures in the epic remount of R. Murray Schafer's Apocalypsis at the Sony Centre.  
There are also some exciting workshops / projects coming up: Butoh master Natsu Nakajima is returning to MT Space; and I can't wait for this year's Volcano Theatre Conservatory.
As always, thank you so very much for your interest and continued support.  
Hope to see you soon!
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Hungarian-born mezzo Margaret Bárdos is based in Southern Ontario and loves touring. At home with classical as well as new, experimental music, she seeks out creative challenges and cherishes working with good hearted people. With a voice described by Opera Canada as "mellow, fruity, that caresses the ears", she is constantly looking for new ways to connect and collaborate.