Everything you always wanted to know
about classical music but were afraid to ask

Sunday, January 14 2018, 2:30-5:30 pm 
Women's Art Association of Canada - 23 Prince Arthur Avenue, Toronto
Parking: Bedford & Bloor indoor/outdoor 'Green P' parking 
One block from Bedford TTC Station

~ Maestro Nurhan Arman “tells all,” 
plus backstage adventures & anecdotes

~ Beautiful live-music illustrations by 
Sinfonia Toronto musicians

~ Decadent High Tea 

~ Menu
Savoury Scones
Assorted Finger Sandwiches
Mini Quiches
Scones with Devonshire Cream, Preserves & Lemon Curd 
Traditional Trifle
Fairy Cakes
Chocolate-Dipped Fruits

~ Sinfonia Quartet with Tanya Charles and Emily Hau, violinists; Anthony Rapoport, violict; Andras Weber, Cellist

$55 per person, $25 tax-deductible receipt

Nurhan Arman is a wonderful raconteur, with fascinating musical experiences. He has appeared as a featured speaker for many organizations. 

He has guest-conducted over one hundred orchestras on four continents, and before his conducting career he performed as a violin soloist with orchestras, in recitals and with chamber music ensembles as well as serving as concertmaster with a number of orchestras. 

At the 'Maestro's Chat & Tea' event he will explain some of the "nuts and bolts" of music and relate some unusual real-life musical adventures on and off stage.

William Littler wrote in a Toronto Star review, "there is no better way to put an audience in a relaxed and receptive frame of mind than Conductor Nurhan Arman’s affable remarks introducing each selection."