The Windmill Theatre team has put together a new concert taking place on June 30th. This is the first Windmill Concert of 2017 and will celebrate Canada's 150th birthday.
Join them for an evening of music and song presented by the Windmill String Orchestra and selected members of the Windmill Singers under the baton of Joshua Tamayo.
Join them and celebrate our country's birthday!
Here are a list of performers:
Blair is an original cast member of Windmill Music and is thrilled to be a part of Windmill Summerfest. Blair is a graduate of the Randolph Academy for Musical Theatre and Performing Arts in Toronto for singing, acting and dancing. He holds his RCM grade 8 in voice for classical singing, and has been a part of many musical theatre shows in the community.
A versatile performer who enjoys singing everything from classical to contemporary repertoire, Heidi can be seen throughout the year performing in Port Credit with Mississauga's Windmill Music. She was recently seen on stage as "Ado Annie" in CCMP's production of Oklahoma. Heidi has also performed many and varied other musical productions and is a graduate of Queen's University School of Music where she majored in vocal performance.
Noted for her unique colour and vocal agility, this Mississauga resident, Abigail Freeman, has been a versatile performer and music educator for the last nineteen years.Ms. Freeman has been heard in many roles including the Queen of the Night (The Magic Flute) and Blonde (Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail.)
Emily is delighted to be joining Windmill Music and so many talented artists in celebrating Canada's 150th birthday. A graduate of York University's Classical Vocal Performance program (2005), Emily has enjoyed singing semi-professionally for over 10 years. Some of her favourite roles
include, Miss Saigon (Ellen), Titanic (Kate McGowan), Sweeney Todd (Johanna) and South Pacific .
All four vocalists above have prodigious talents but perhaps some or all of them are your friends whom you have grown to love and appreciate over the years. Please support them and celebrate your country at the same time. Enjoy the music of Leonard Cohen, Mozart, Gershwin and Chopin. While your at it, sing you heart out as we present two Canadian National Anthems!
The performance takes place at 7:30 at The Great Hall in the Unitarian Congregation - 84 South Service Road, Mississauga - QEW/Hwy 10, with tickets coming in at only $35.00 each.
Tickets can be obtained through calling 905 483 5702 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Strawberry shortcake will be provided and a cash bar, along with plenty of free parking.