CRITIC’S PICKS | Classical Occasions You Completely Want To See This Week: Nov. 7 – Nov. 13

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L-R (clockwise): Peter Oundjian (Picture courtesy of the TSO); Heinrich Schütz, round 1660 by Christoph Spätner (Public area); the ARC Ensemble (Picture courtesy of the artists)

It is a checklist of concert events we’re attending, wishing we may attend, or excited about attending between Nov. 7 and Nov. 13, 2022. For extra particulars on what’s taking place round Toronto, go to our calendar right here.

Toronto Symphony Orchestra/The Planets

Wednesday Nov. 9 at 8 p.m. Roy Thomson Corridor (repeats Thursday Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. and Saturday Nov. 12 at 8 p.m). $59+

TSO conductor emeritus Peter Oundjian returns to steer Holst’s indestructibly standard orchestral suite. Among the many first-half numbers is Mendelssohn’s Konzertstück No. 2 with Eric Abramovitz on clarinet and Miles Jaques on basset horn. North Yorkers will hear Mozart’s Symphony No. 41 (“Jupiter”) as an alternative of Holst on the George Weston Recital Corridor on Sunday Nov. 13 at 3 p.m. Extra data and tickets right here.

Sinfonia Toronto/Chan Ka Nin Harp Concerto

Friday Nov. 11 at 8 p.m. Trinity St. Paul’s Centre. $44 (senior $37, scholar $17)

Conductor Nurhan Arman opens begins together with his personal chamber-orchestra association of Mozart’s early String Quartet in D Main Ok. 155/134a and ends with Suk’s Serenade. In between comes a brand new harp concerto by the veteran Chan Ka Nin with Teresa Suen-Campbell of Lakehead College as soloist. Extra data and tickets right here.

Theatre of Early Music/Nota Bene/Schütz and Handel

Friday Nov. 11 at 8 p.m. Trinity Faculty Chapel. $35

Dan Taylor’s Theatre of Early Music and Howard Dyck’s Nota Bene Gamers and Singers carry out the Musikalische Exequien of the early Baroque grasp Heinrich Schütz together with Handel’s The Methods of Zion do Mourn. The live performance is a part of a weekend Schützfest together with an traditionally knowledgeable church service, Sunday Nov. 13 at 11 a.m., at St. George’s Lutheran Church (410 Faculty Avenue). Extra data and tickets right here.

ARC Ensemble/Robert Müller-Hartmann

Sunday Nov. 13 at 2 p.m. Mazzoleni Live performance Corridor. $25

The ARC (Artists of the Royal Conservatory) Ensemble shines some gentle on chamber works by Robert Müller-Hartmann, a German composer and critic who discovered himself in England from 1937 to his dying in 1950. Extra data and tickets right here.

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