Musical brothers Boris and Denis Brott talk to CBC’s Pat Patterson
Happy Birthday Ardyth Brott! A birthday performance by our Orchestra Manager Megan Jones in honour of our Executive Director Ardyth Brott’s birthday today!
Join us for a pre-concert chat with Sue-Ann Staff, owner of the award-winning Sue-Ann Staff Estate Winery and our Director Anna Theodosakis, as we match our Don Giovanni characters to the personalities of her delicious wines!
The National Academy Orchestra and Brott Opera have are taking the 2020 Festival Online!
Leonard Bernstein’s historic MASS performance in Vatican City with direction, set design and costumes of Enrico Castiglione, broadcast by RAI worldwide on 1 June 2000 from the Paul VI Hall! Watch the film offered for free on the 20th anniversary of the world broadcast on June 1, 2000! Sign up for free on www.musicalia.tv […]
HAMILTON ON—June 1st, 2020— Brott Music Festival/BrottOpera moves online. Based upon indications from provincial authorities regarding the controlled and gradual opening up of the province it appears unlikely that we will be able to gather in any significant numbers for the months of July and August. Therefore, the Festival as advertised is postponing its in-person […]
Brott Music Announces: BROTT MUSIC LIVE! Brott Music Live is delighted to present a series of online informal concerts, highlighting programs of Brott Festival. The series will feature the artists we will be hearing in concert once restrictions are lifted and we can gather together again.The performances will take place on Zoom and Facebook Live, […]
From a relatively common sense viewpoint, there should be little doubt that music (particularly learning how to play an instrument) can have a huge effect on the mind. You may be surprised as to how many ways! Let’s take a few minutes and review a fairly comprehensive list of different ways of how music affects […]
October: Baseball’s world series time and the air seems to be a swirling mass of statistics. So let’s gather up some for Brott Opera’s production of Franz Lehar’s The Merry Widow which lit up First Ontario Concert Hall’s stage last Thursday night. Reduced orchestration by […]