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Candlelight Featuring Mozart, Bach and Timeless Composers

Candlelight featuring Mozart, Bach, and Timeless Composers, an event of live classical music is here to give a memorable evening at the Metropolitan Community Church in Toronto this June 9, 2023, at 8 pm. This mesmerizing concert will have the world’s best-known composers’ works of music. 

The euphonious and soulful live music performed by exceptionally talented artists will make your day even better. And the experience will be enhanced more as the set will be a sea of candles. 

Do not miss this great opportunity to attend the most-awaited event. So, go and grab a ticket from Fever for yourself.

1. About the Event of Candlelight Featuring Mozart, Bach, and Timeless Composers

1.1. Details about the Candlelight Event

The concerts of Candlelight bring the allure of a live music experience to various cities. And not to mention, you will get to experience the event in many countries too.

This time, the event will be taking place in Toronto and the live classical music of renowned composers like Mozart, Bach, and others will be an exciting experience. 

A melodious evening is awaiting you with the evergreen works of timeless composers.

Candlelight Featuring Mozart & Bach
Featuring Mozart, Bach, Courtesy: FeverUp

1.2. Venue and Timing of Candlelight Featuring Mozart, Bach, and Timeless Composers

Candlelight’s concert will take place in Toronto at the Metropolitan Community Church and the time of the event is 8:00 p.m. They have only a one-time slot, so do not wait until the last moment to buy tickets.

1.3. Duration of the Event 

The duration of the event is about 60 minutes. And the doors open 60 minutes before the opening time.

Late entry to the event is strictly not acceptable.

1.4. Age Requirements and Accessibility of Candlelight Featuring Mozart, Bach, and Timeless Composers

According to the event’s rules, the minimum age requirement is 8 years old or older. And if someone’s age comes under 16, they must be assisted by an adult. 

The Metropolitan Community Church’s accessibility is AODA-compliant.

1.5. Seating Arrangement and Program

At this event, the seats are assigned to the first-comers in each zone.

The program list includes the evergreen works of timeless composers. They are Antonio Vivaldi’s Spring: I, Summer: III, Johann Sebastian Bach’s Cello Suite No. 1, and Concerto for 2 Violins.

Also Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Requiem, Symphony No. 1, Swan Lake, String Quartet, and many more.

1.6. Performers of the Most Awaited Event 

The performer for the event Candlelight: Featuring Mozart, Bach, and Timeless Composers is the Listeso String Quartet.

1.7. Get Your Tickets Now

Get your tickets for Candlelight: Featuring Mozart, Bach, and Timeless Composers are available on Feverup.

The prices are CA$60.00 for Zone A, CA$50.00 for Zone B, CA$40.00 for Zone C, and CA$30.00 for Zone D.

The availability of tickets is limited. Do not miss the chance to ensure a spot before it is too late.

1.8. An Event You Cannot Miss

Candlelight: Featuring Mozart, Bach, and Timeless Composers should be on your bucket list. The evening will be full of melodious live classical music, which will be your lifetime experience. 

Purchase your tickets now from Fever.

2. Experience the Musical Fiesta by Candlelight in Toronto

  • What Candlelight Tribute to Timeless Composers, Bach and Mozart in Toronto.
  • When: 9th of June, 2023.
  • Where: The Metropolitan Community Church at 115 Simpson Avenue in Toronto.
  • Time: From 8:00 p.m.
  • Tickets: The tickets are available online here.

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