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North America’s biggest opera party returns on May 19, 2016! This year’s Operanation draws inspiration from iconic villain, the Queen of the Night, from Mozart’s The Magic Flute – a perfect muse for an evening of wicked indulgence in cocktails, culinary delights, music, and fashion. Event highlights include a collaborative performance by Dragonette, followed by live karaoke.

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Fresh new sounds from today’s most innovative musicians: Kronos Quartet, Tanya Tagaq, Brad Mehldau, John Oswald, Jherek Bischoff, and more!

7 concerts. 5 days. 21+ premieres
Tickets start at only $21!
416.408.0208
www.performance.rcmusic.ca/21C

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Hawksley Workman performs with the Art of Time Ensemble in a concert devoted to Bruce Cockburn’s protest songs. Led by Andrew Burashko and fronted by Workman, the ensemble will perform Cockburn’s most politically charged music, presented in arrangements commissioned from local composers.

Art of Time Ensemble
142 Fort York Blvd.
Toronto, ON
M5V 0E3
647 344 2254

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The Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival takes place throughout the month of May with over 1,500 Canadian and International artists exhibiting at more than 175 venues throughout Toronto.

For more information please visit scotiabankcontactphoto.com

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Toronto Taste, Sunday June 12th at Corus Quay
Slip in to summer during Toronto’s premier culinary event. Join over 60 of Toronto’s top chefs, savour scrumptious dishes, a startling array of beverages and breathtaking lakeside views, all in support of Second Harvest’s food rescue program. Purchase a ticket and you’ll provide food for 520 meals for hungry Torontonians.

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TIFF Food on Film: Chef and Owner of Pok Pok Andy Ricker

Following a screening of Academy Award nominee Kim Nguyen's immersive new documentary, chef and restaurateur Andy Ricker of Pok Pok fame discusses how our senses of smell and taste are directly connected to memory, place and culinary innovation. Wednesday, May 18 at 7:00PM

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TIFF Food on Film: Co-founder of Food Tank Danielle Nierenberg

Food activist, journalist and author Danielle Nierenberg discusses recent global innovations in sustainable agriculture following a screening of the inspirational documentary about Danish biodynamic farmers battling government bureaucrat. Wednesday, June 8 at 7:00PM

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TIFF Food on Film: Whisky expert Heather Greene

Whisky expert Heather Greene joins us for a screening of Ken Loach's award-winning caper comedy and discusses the role that whiskey has played in the history of cinema. Wednesday, June 29 at 7:00PM

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