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  • Margie Bernal

    Colombian Soprano Margie Bernal is a candidate for the D.M.A program at Western University. She holds a Master in Music from the same institution and a Bachelor’s degree in Voice Performance from Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Margie has been a soloist for different orchestras in her native Colombia, Canada, and the United States. Some of Margie’s operatic credits include Mimi and Musetta (Puccini’s LA BOHÉME), Salud (Falla’s LA VIDA BREVE), Micaëla (Bizet’s CARMEN), Donna Anna (Mozart’s DON GIOVANNI), Magda Sorel (Menotti’s THE CONSUL) and the title role in Puccini’s SUOR ANGELICA. Margie’s passion for Spanish music and commitment to her Hispanic heritage has led her to delve into the world of Spanish opera, being this the inspiration for her undergoing doctoral research in the creation of an Anthology of Operatic Arias for Soprano by Spanish composers. She currently lives in London, Ontario with her husband Emer, and two young daughters Anna María and Gabriella.

  • Diego Catala

    Baritone Diego Catalá, has been praised by Opera Canada for “his warm attractive sound” and “his powerful vocals” (Opera Canada 2017) and most recently as “a standout” (Opera Canada 2018) in his latest portrayal of Count Almaviva in Opera York’s production of THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO. Diego has performed in renowned halls such as Koerner Hall, Carnegie Hall and Teatro Magnani where Giuseppe Verdi frequently conducted in Fidenza, Italy. His roles include: Count Almaviva (MARRIAGE OF FIGARO), Marquis (THE WIDOW), Marcello (LA BOHEME), The Naturalist (JAMES BOND: A Convenient Lie), Capellio (I CAPULETI E I MONTECCHI), Q (JAMES BOND: A Convenient Lie), Triquet (LOS GAVILANES), Bardolfo (FALSTAFF), Frank Maurant (STREET SCENE), El Rey (GATO CON BOTAS) Marryman (ERNEST, the importance of being),  Belcore (L’ELISIR D’AMORE), Ragman (LOUISE), Escamillo (CARMEN), Caballero de Gracia (LA GRAN VIA), Germont (LA TRAVIATA), Felipe (LA REVOLTOSA), Don Giovanni (DON GIOVANNI), Ernest (LE LAUREAT), Mercurio (LA CALISTO), and Papageno (THE MAGIC FLUTE).

  • Stuart Graham

    Baritone Stuart Graham received his formal training at McGill University with Bernard Turgeon, later continued at the Koninklijk Conservatorium (Nederlands) with Diane Forlano and, most recently, coaches with Maestra Teresa Berganza (Spain). Mr. Graham has been heard in North America and throughout Europe. His recent solo outings include performances of Leocavallo’s I PAGLIACCI (Tonio/Taddeo) with La Compagnia di Canto Vittorio Tosto (Milan, Italy), as Agamemnon in Offenbach’s LA BELLE HÉLÈNE with Toronto Operetta Theatre, as Plagio in the Canadian premiere of Mercadante’s I DUE FIGARO as well as Fr. Andrew in the World premiere of Victor Davies’ THE ECSTACY OF RITA JOE with VOICEBOX: Opera in Concert and at the  Ryga Festival (Summerland B.C.). Other credits include as a soloist in YO VIVO by Angeles Lopez-Artiga at the Palau des Arts (Valencia, Spain) and in Beethoven’s SYMPHONY NO. 9 with the Opera Nacional Bellas Artes (Mexico City) and the Orquesta Sinfonia Silvestre Revueltas, and Escamillo in CARMEN (La Compagnia di Canto Vittorio Tosto, Milan Italy). www.stuartgraham.ca

     

  • Lynn Isnar

    Armenian-Canadian soprano Lynn Anoush Isnar is a Toronto based artist known for her "suitably dramatic voice with a nice combination of power and accuracy," (Opera Ramblings, John Gilks).

     

    This past season, she performed the role of La Marchesa from Piccinni’s LA CECCHINA where she successfully "met the challenge of having to sing three arias, including a vengeance aria with some impossible coloratura," (Musical Toronto, Joseph So), made her debut with Opera in Concert performing Emma in Mussorgsky’s KHOVANSHCHINA, and Susanna in Mozart’s MARRIAGE OF FIGARO.

     

    In the 2017-2018 season, she will sing Adele in Strauss’ DIE FLEDERMAUS, and make her Toronto City Opera debut singing Papagena in Mozart’s MAGIC FLUTE. She will also sing at the Distillery Christmas Market in Toronto.

     

    Ms. Isnar holds a Bachelor's Degree in Music and Education from the UofT and she is completing her final year of the Artist Diploma Program at the Glenn Gould School.

     

  • Jonelle Sills

    Canadian Soprano, Jonelle Sills has been praised for her “...rich, warm voice and commanding stage presence” (Bracebridge Examiner, Sharon Tikiryan). Ms. Sills is a graduate from the prestigious Glenn Gould School at The Royal Conservatory Music in Toronto, Ontario. Past Highlights include participating in the Canadian Vocal Arts Institute (CVAI) in Montreal and the Summer Intensive with Against the Grain Theatre.  In March of 2018, she debuted the role of Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus by J. Strauss with The Glenn Gould School, directed by Joel Ivany and conducted by Nathan Brock. Ending the summer of 2018 she sang excerpts from Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro as Countess Almaviva with the The Chamber Music Society of Mississauga.  Jonelle has also performed in master classes and coachings with notable artist such as Gerald Finley, Liz Upchurch, Adrianne Pieczonka, Tim Noble, Martin Katz, Catherine Robbin, Dawn Upshaw and Joan Dornemann.

  • Narmina Afandiyeva, Music Director

    Narmina Afandiyeva was born in Baku (Azerbaijan). During her studies at the Bülbül specialized musical school and Azerbaijan State Conservatory under the guidance of professor Adelya Vekilova, Narmina frequently gave solo concerts, performed with the symphonic orchestra and became a prize-winner in many piano contests in Azerbaijan. In 2011, she was awarded the Gwendolyn Koldofsky Prize in Accompanying (University of Toronto, Faculty of Music). Narmina worked as Music Director and Pianist for such productions as I CAPULETI E I MONTECCHI, THE MAGIC FLUTE, MADAME BUTTERFLY (Summer Opera Lyric Theatre), and as a pianist for SAUCY SEÑORITA, THE MIKADO, EARNEST, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING (Toronto Operetta Theatre) and Weill’s STREET SCENE, CHORUS FIRE (Opera in Concert). In demand as a collaborative pianist and coach, Narmina graduated in the Collaborative Piano Program at the University of Toronto, where she studied with Professor Steven Philcox.

DIE FLEDERMAUS

  • Elizabeth Beeler

    With over 20 years in performing arts, Elizabeth Beeler has worked as an actor, singer, director, writer, freelance coach, and teacher. TOT audiences will remember her performances in CANDIDE, PIRATES OF PENZANCE, COUSIN FROM NOWHERE, THE CHOCOLATE SOLDIER, DIE FLEDERMAUS and title roles in THE MERRY WIDOW, COUNTESS MARITZA, and the forceful Lisa Elliot in LADY IN THE DARK.

     

    Her directing credits include THE MUSIC MAN, ANNE OF GREEN GABLES, GUYS AND DOLLS and she has taught and directed for the Randolph Academy, The Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts, Earl Haig School for Performing Arts and the Yorkminstrels. Her choreography for the Oakville Children’s and The Hamilton Children’s Choirs have received international recognition in Los Angeles and Madrid.

     

    Past season, The Beggar Woman in SWEENEY TODD at Edmonton’s Citadel Theatre, Countess Stasi in THE GYPSEY PRINCESS and assistant director on LUISA FERNANDA. www.elizabeth.beeler.com

     

  • Lara Ciekiewicz

    Soprano Lara Ciekiewicz makes her mark as a compelling, intelligent, and accomplished singing-actress. As an indication of her increasing stature in the arts world, Ms. Ciekiewicz recently received the Winnipeg Arts Council’s RBC ‘On the Rise Award.’ An alumna of l’Atelier lyrique de l’Opéra de Montréal, she has distinguished herself at San Francisco’s Merola Opera Program, the Janiec Opera Company at the Brevard Music Center, Opera NUOVA and the Banff Centre. Last season’s highlights included Contessa in LE NOZZE DI FIGARO for Vancouver Opera, Amelia in SIMON BOCCANEGRA for Pacific Opera Victoria, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 for the Boise Philharmonic and Nellie in SOUTH PACIFIC for Opera on the Avalon.

     

  • Adam Fisher

    Canadian tenor Adam Fisher is rapidly gaining attention for his charismatic stage presence in a wide range of repertoire.

     

    A graduate of the University of British Columbia, Adam joined Calgary Opera’s Emerging Artist Program in 2010 and has since appeared in leading roles with Edmonton Opera, Pacific Opera Victoria and Opera Atelier. He has charmed audiences in Broadway concerts with Victoria Symphony, Chorus Niagara and Brantford Symphony and is a frequent performer with Toronto Operetta Theatre, returning in 2018 as Paris in Offenbach’s LA BELLE HELENE.

     

    Adam has sung in several contemporary operas, including Edward, a troubled young soldier in Opera on the Avalon’s premiere of “OURS” commemorating the Royal Newfoundland Regiment in the First World War, and Father Alexander in Tapestry Opera’s powerful 2017 production about sex trafficking, OKSANA G.

     

  • Cian Horrobin

    Cian Horrobin has been hailed by Opera Canada for his “lively and virile” voice and by stagedoor.com for his “full, heroic tone.” He studied at the University of Toronto and the Royal Conservatory of Music and gone on to perform leading roles with Opera New Brunswick, Opera Atelier, Toronto Operetta Theatre, Opera in Concert, among others. In 2012 he was a recipient of a Diamond Jubilee Medal. He appears in the soundtracks of TV shows “The Borgias” and “Vikings” and most recently performed in Bernstein’s CANDIDE, with Toronto Operetta Theatre, as Narraboth in Strauss’s SALOME as the Duke of Mantua in an OBR concert staging of Verdi’s RIGOLETTO as well as Donizetti’s FAVORITA with the same company, and as Orestes in TOT’s LA BELLE HELENE. This September, he has madevhis European debut in Gounod’s ROMEO ET JULIETTE in the Netherlands.

  • Janaka Welihinda

    Praised for his "clear talent for comic acting" and "clear voice", Sri Lankan Canadian baritone Janaka Welihinda is quickly establishing himself amongst audiences as a captivating emerging artist with "considerable panache".

     

    Previously, Mr. Welihinda made his professional debut with Toronto Operetta Theatre as the Pirate King in THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE and in this past season, also returned to Shoestring Opera as both Papageno in LA FLÛTE ENCHANTÉE and as Tory Adair in SCHOOLYARD CARMEN. In 2015, Janaka debuted at the Indian River Festival and Stratford Summer Music Festival as Papageno in Brent Krysa's whimsical adaptation of THE MAGIC FLUTE.

     

    This season, Mr. Welihinda makes his professional debuts with Ottawa Chamberfest in CARMEN, Saskatoon Opera in LA BOHÈME, Saskatoon Symphony in Neil Weisensel's MERRY CHRISTMAS, Stephen Leacock; Elora Festival in MAGIC FLUTE, and Muskoka Opera Festival in COSÌ FAN TUTTE.

  • Caitlin Wood

    Alberta-born soprano Caitlin Wood earned impressive reviews as an “absolutely vibrant Susanna”, with “great comic flair” (Vancouver Classical Music) in her acclaimed debut as Susanna in Vancouver Opera Festival’s 2017 production of MARRIAGE OF FIGARO. As the feisty Despina in Against the Grain’s A LITTLE TOO COZY in Toronto, Caitlin displayed “a remarkable voice endowed with impressive agility and range… a scene-stealer” (OperaGoTo.com). As Giulietta in I CAPULETTI E MONTECCHI with Opera in Concert, Caitlin displayed “her beautiful legato in a soaring voice… with ornamentation that appears effortless” (Paula Citron).

     

    Caitlin recently toured Ontario with Bicycle Opera Project, portraying a garment industry worker in their powerful a capella opera SWEAT (Palmer/Chatterton). She began her 2017 season in concert with Edmonton Symphony Orchestra’s UNDER THE STARS, followed by the world premiere as Ava in Marie Clements/Brian Current’s new opera MISSING, which tells the story of missing and murdered Aboriginal women in Canada, co-produced by City Opera Vancouver and Pacific Opera Victoria. Caitlin is a guest soloist with Ottawa Choral Society in Finzi’s IN TERRA PAX, sharing the stage with baritone Russell Braun. Recent concert highlights include Carmina Burana with Okanagan Symphony and KISSES ON BROADWAY with tenor Adam Fisher at Westben Arts Festival.

  • Derek Bate, Conductor

    Resident Conductor of The Canadian Opera Company with credits including Verdi's LUISA MILLER and Tchaikovsky's EUGENE ONEGIN.

    Conducted for Toronto Operetta Theatre, Calgary Opera, Edmonton Opera, National Arts Centre, and Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Toronto.

     

    Musical Director and conductor of the original Toronto production of LEL MISERABLES and Harold Prince's production of SHOW BOAT in New York.

     

    Conducted over 1000 tour performances of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA.

     

PERCHANCE TO DREAM

  • Eugenia Dermentzis

    Praised for her supple and lustrous voice, Eugenia Dermentzis has been hailed as “…a mezzo-soprano to watch, clear of voice with a hearty sound in development” (Opera Canada). A Masters graduate of the University of Western Ontario, Eugenia has performed across Canada and in Europe. Recently, Eugenia trained as a Britten-Pears young artist in the French Grand Opera and Mélodie Programme. As a “Jeune Ambassadeur Lyrique,” she became a finalist at the 24e Concours International de Chant de Marmande. Her most recent credits include: Madame Defarge in the World premiere of Davies and Benson's A TALE OF TWO CITIES, featured artist in Toronto Concert Orchestra's Symphony in the Gardens: “Che Belle Voci” concert, Orfeo in Gluck's ORFEO ED EURIDICE, Penelope in IL RITORNO D'ULISSE, the title role in CARMEN, Elizabeth Simcoe in TAPTOO!, Mariana in LUISA FERNANDA, and various gala appearances with Toronto Operetta Theatre.

  • Cian Horrobin

    Cian Horrobin has been hailed by Opera Canada for his “lively and virile” voice and by stagedoor.com for his “full, heroic tone.” He studied at the University of Toronto and the Royal Conservatory of Music and gone on to perform leading roles with Opera New Brunswick, Opera Atelier, Toronto Operetta Theatre, Opera in Concert, among others. In 2012 he was a recipient of a Diamond Jubilee Medal. He appears in the soundtracks of TV shows “The Borgias” and “Vikings” and most recently performed in Bernstein’s CANDIDE, with Toronto Operetta Theatre, as Narraboth in Strauss’s SALOME as the Duke of Mantua in an OBR concert staging of Verdi’s RIGOLETTO as well as Donizetti’s FAVORITA with the same company, and as Orestes in TOT’s LA BELLE HELENE. This September, he has madevhis European debut in Gounod’s ROMEO ET JULIETTE in the Netherlands.

  • Lynn Isnar

    Armenian-Canadian soprano Lynn Anoush Isnar is a Toronto based artist known for her "suitably dramatic voice with a nice combination of power and accuracy," (Opera Ramblings, John Gilks).

     

    This past season, she performed the role of La Marchesa from Piccinni’s LA CECCHINA where she successfully "met the challenge of having to sing three arias, including a vengeance aria with some impossible coloratura," (Musical Toronto, Joseph So), made her debut with Opera in Concert performing Emma in Mussorgsky’s KHOVANSHCHINA, and Susanna in Mozart’s MARRIAGE OF FIGARO.

     

    Last season, she was heard as Adele in Strauss’ DIE FLEDERMAUS, and make her Toronto City Opera debut singing Papagena in Mozart’s MAGIC FLUTE.

     

    Ms. Isnar holds a Bachelor's Degree in Music and Education from the UofT and she is completing her final year of the Artist Diploma Program at the Glenn Gould School.

     

  • Caitlin McCaughey

    Soprano, Caitlin McCaughey, hails from Cranbrook, British Columbia.  She holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Lethbridge, and a Diploma of Operatic Performance from the University of Toronto where she studied with Lorna MacDonald. Caitlin performed a variety of roles with the Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra during her time at University of Lethbridge including: Countess (LE NOZZE DI FIGARO), Mother (HANSEL AND GRETEL), and Prince Orlofsky (DIE FLEDERMAUS). During her time with UofT Opera Caitlin entertained Toronto audiences as Fido (PAUL BUNYAN), Lucy (THE TELEPHONE), Josephine (HMS PINAFORE), and Public Opinion in Offenbach’s ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD. Other credits include Giunone in Cavalli’s LA CALISTO (Centre of Operatic Performance in Italy), Susanna in Mozart’s LE NOZZE DI FIGARO (Opera by Request), and the title role in Massenet’s MANON with Summer Opera Lyric Theatre this summer.

  • Peter Tiefenbach, Music Director

    Peter Tiefenbach is Toronto-based pianist, composer, conductor, writer and performer. He is a member of the faculty of the Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory of Music, where he coaches singers, lectures on orchestral literature, and serves as music director of the school’s fall opera production.

     

    The longtime collaborator of soprano-comedienne Mary Lou Fallis, he also appears frequently with piano duet partner Robert Kortgaard, as well as with Kimberly Barber and the cabaret group L’Accordéoniste.

     

    His compositions and arrangements are featured on recordings by Jean Stilwell, Isabel Bayrakdarian, The Canadian Brass, Elmer Iseler Singers, Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, Elora Festival Singers, Monica Whicher & Judy Loman, and Laughton & Humphreys. His recent commissions include a set of Prince Edward Island folk songs for the Indian RIver Festival, and a new set of comic songs for baritone Geoffreey Sirett sponsored by the Canadian Art Song Project.  As a broadcaster for CBC Radio, he presented acclaimed series on the music of Bruckner, Strauss, and Rachmaninoff, and interviewed major figures including Witold Lutoslwaski, Luciano Berio, Henri Dutilleux, Isaac Stern, Andras Schiff and Krystian Zimerman.

     

THE MERRY WIDOW

  • Daniela Agostino

    Toronto native Daniela Agostino holds a masters in Performance and Literature at Western University, under the tutelage of Jackalyn Short. She also holds a Bachelor's degree in Voice Performance from the same institution. Daniela has enjoyed many performance highlights during her studies at Western University, including Gretel from Humperdinck's Hansel und Gretel (UWOpera 2015), and First Lady in Mozart's DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE (UWOpera 2017). Other performance credits include Donna Elvira in Mozart's DON GIOVANNI (AEDO 2017), Vittoria in Gilbert and Sullivan's THE GONDOLIERS (Opera NUOVA 2016), and the Turnspit in Dvořák's RUSALKA (Halifax Summer Opera Festival 2014). Daniela is also a winner of the London Opera Guild's scholarships of 2016.

     

  • Lucia Cesaroni

    Italian-Canadian soprano Lucia Cesaroni had an exciting 2017-2018 season, debuting both soprano roles in LA BOHÈME: Mimì with Pacific Opera Victoria and Musetta with l’Opéra de Montréal. In between Puccini heroines, she sang Eleonora in Donizetti’s rarely performed L’ASSEDIO DI CALAIS with Boston’s Odyssey Opera. In her 2018-2019 season she will be heard in the title role of THE MERRY WIDOW for Vancouver Opera and Toronto Operetta Theatre and as Violetta in LA TRAVIATA for Pacific Opera Victoria. Also on her schedule is Adina in L’ELISIR D’AMORE for Opera Chengu in China.

     

    Ms. Cesaroni has been featured with the Royal Philharmonic, the Montreal Symphony, the Aldeburgh Festival, the Victoria Symphony, Opera di Ravenna, Teatro Coccia di Novara, Saskatoon Opera, and VOICEBOX: Opera in Concert, where she created the role of Isis in the world premiere of ISIS AND OSIRIS by Togni/Singer.

     

    Hailed by the Globe and Mail’s Robert Harris for her “beautiful, powerful voice [ably] capturing a large emotional range with great success”, her roles include Woglinde in DAS RHEINGOLD, Liù in TURANDOT, Pamina and Erste Dame in DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE, Maria in WEST SIDE STORY, Gilda in RIGOLETTO, Juliette in ROMÉO ET JULIETTE, Norina in DON PASQUALE, Anne Trulove in THE RAKE’S PROGRESS, Cleopatra in GIULIO CESARE and Yum-Yum in THE MIKADO

     

    Born in Toronto and holding a Master’s Degree in Opera from the University of Toronto, she is an Alumna of the Steans Institute at the Ravinia Festival, the Britten-Pears Festival and Young Artists programme.

     

  • Gregory Finney

    This past year held MESSIAH with Against The Grain Theatre, DON GIOVANNI with Opera By Request and LA TRAGEDIE DE CARMEN with LooseTEA Music Theatre and Michonnet in ADRIANA LECOUVREUR (OBR). Adept in comedic roles, he garnered rave reviews as Antonio/Bartolo in Against The Grain's production of FIGARO'S WEDDING. Roles include: Clarivan in LOS GAVILANES, Roderich in COUSIN FROM NOWHERE, Kromow in THE MERRY WIDOW, Ebenezer in TAPTOO! and he was seen LUISA FERNANDA, KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY, KAMOURASKA and Eric Idle's NOT THE MESSIAH.

     

    Further credits include LA BELLE HELENE (Menelaus), DIE FLEDERMAUS (Orlofsky), FALSTAFF (Bardolfo), LE NOZZE DI FIGARO (Don Curzio), CENDRILLON (Le Maitre de Plaisirs), and in Berlioz's BEATRICE ET BENEDICT (Don Pedro) with Opera By Request.

     

  • Michael Nyby

    Born in Ontario and raised in New Jersey, Canadian-American baritone Michael Nyby has performed extensively in opera, concert, and theatre throughout Canada and the United States.  Michael is a successful interpreter of new music, and has numerous world premieres to his credit. In recent years, Michael created the role of Brent Colgate in the world premiere of Gregory Vajda’s GEORGIA BOTTOMS with the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra, the role of William Dale in Minnesota Opera’s world premiere production of Kevin Puts's Pulitzer-Prize-winning SILENT NIGHT, and the role of Seth in Peter Anthony Togni's ISIS AND OSIRIS with Toronto's Opera in Concert. Michael’s additional new music credits include the world premiere of Scott Wheeler’s 200 DREAMS FROM CAPTIVITY with the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, Larysa Kuzmenko's GOLDEN HARVEST with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, the role of Demetrio in the second performance of Kristin Hevner Wyatt’s IL SOGNO with Opera Ithaca, and the singing role of the Young Man in the Canadian Premiere of Joe DiPietro’s play THE LAST ROMANCE for Theatre Aquarius.

     

    Particularly noted in concert for his interpretation of Carmina Burana, Michael was praised for his “stentorian masculinity” by Musical Toronto after his debut performance of the Orff masterpiece with the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, and for the "incredible control and command of his tender and rich baritone" by The Walleye after his performance with the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra. He has since performed Carmina Burana with orchestras across Canada to rave reviews.

     

  • Larry Beckwith, Conductor

    Larry Beckwith has been a familiar figure on the Toronto artistic scene as a conductor, violinist, singer, writer, educator and programmer for the past three decades. He studied violin and musicology at the undergraduate and graduate levels at the University of Toronto, graduating in 1989, and has since performed and worked with most of this city's leading musical organizations. In 2003, Larry founded Toronto Masque Theatre, which – under his artistic leadership – has presented close to 50 innovative programs of interdisciplinary performing art, including a cycle of the five major music theatre works by Henry Purcell and stage works by Moliere, Stravinsky, John Blow, John Beckwith, Monteverdi, Handel, Charpentier and others. Through TMT, Mr. Beckwith has commissioned and premiered new works by Canadian composers Abigail Richardson, James Rolfe, Omar Daniel, Juliet Palmer, Dean Burry and Alice Ho. Ms. Ho's THE LESSON OF DA JI - written for Toronto Masque Theatre - won the 2013 Dora Mavor Moore Award for Best New Opera and was released in November 2015 on the Canadian Music Centre's Centrediscs label.

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