b'THURSDAY, MAY 26Afternoon Tunes This original program was first presented 2:00 - 3:00 PM in 2010 outside of the Hidden Synagogue of Terezin concentration camp. Now per-formed by four of Torontos leading vocal-ists, it features some of the extraordinarilybeautiful vocal music composed from with-in the confines of the camp. Although the composers tragically perished, we have the glorious sounds of their music to help uscelebrate their lives and honour theirmemory. Music of Terezin Kieran Kane has sung with ensembles across Canada including the TorontoMendelssohn Choir, The Elora Singers, and The Canadian Chamber Choir. Solo projects include Masetto in Don Giovanni, Bottom in A Midsummer Nights Dream, and Messiah with Arcady Ensemble. When not performing, Kieran teaches private voice and piano lessons and has worked as music director on productions including The Gondoliers and The Drowsy Chaperone. Nicholas Nicolaidis is a versatile and accomplished soloist, chorister, conductor and vocal pedagogue. Originally from South Africa, Nicholas completed a Bachelor of Music Degree from the University of the Witwatersrand, and post graduate singing studies with professors from the Royal College of Music in London, England. Nicholas specializes in oratorio, lieder, and jazz standards, and is currently a professional member of the TMC and The Elora Singers.Mezzo soprano Julia Barber is an avid performer of contemporary works most recently singing Aaron Coplands In the Beginning with the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir and Steve Reichs Drumming and Music for 18 Musicians with the University of Toronto Percussion Ensemble.She has also been a featured soloist with The Elora Singers, Mississauga Symphony Orchestra, Arts and Letters Club, the Toronto Festival Singers, Aldeburgh Discovery Series, Bayfield Festival, and Jewish Music Week.Soprano Lesley Bouza trained in saxophone at the University of Guelph and in voice at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Now an active Toronto-based musician, Lesley performs jazz, pop, musical theatre and classical genres. Lesley is also anaccredited music therapist, connecting with others through music and supportingthem in their exploration of music as a tool for their own well-being.TICKETS LOCATIONFREEColumbus Centre CLICK HERETickets Required Carrier GalleryTO REGISTER901 Lawrence Avenue West32'