Flato Markham Theatre redefining Canadian diversity

In harmony, movements, words and spectacles, the upcoming season at Flato Markham Theatre promises to inspire and entertain. This year, the theatre is redefining Canadian diversity.

The upcoming season includes performances from Canadian talent, such as legend Gino Vannelli, opera superstar Ben Heppner performing with the Toronto Mass Choir, Juno award-winning artist Serena Ryder and Toronto hip-hop icon Kardinal Offishall. Celebrated Canadian band Lighthouse will also be performing on their 50th-anniversary tour.

Some of the world’s best magicians: Jason Bishop, Ted and Marion Outerbridge and Spidey, presenting his show Make Believe, will present mind-blowing mental demonstrations and exclusive grand illusions.

The New Chinese Acrobats and their new show will leave you in awe of their flexibility and contortion abilities.

Classical favourites include the Markham debut and Ontario-exclusive recital of Juno award-winning pianist and composer Alain Lefèvre. Also, Markham’s favourite conductor Kerry Stratton teams up with the Toronto Concert Orchestra in a family-friendly and narrated presentation of Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf and Saint-Saëns’ Carnival of the Animals.

Visit markhamtheatre.ca for tickets.

Photo: New Chinese Acrobats perform November 1 to 3 at Flato Markham Theatre.

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