Winner of ECMA2022 Classical Recording of the Year. Lighthouse is a visually and sonically rich immersive experience that touches on themes of loss, love, and hope. It’s a journey that explores the tides of grief seamlessly weaving classical, electronic, and pop genres. Gregory Harrison (Grej) “percussion & electronics wizard” (NPR Music) and Maureen Batt “captivating soprano” (Opera Canada) team up for an exclusive one-time homecoming performance.
This album was created from letters and journals written on a journey through grief, separated into 9 tracks. The concept is a marriage between classical and electronic genres that utilizes voice, piano, harmonium, synthesizer, and field recordings. The music was composed by Gregory Harrison in collaboration with Maureen Batt.
“Pay What You Will” is offered on select performances. Here’s how it works:
– You still need a ticket. Book your seats in advance by calling our box office at 458-8344 or visiting us at 686 Queen Street.
– At the performance, we will provide an envelope and ask audience members to pay whatever amount they wish (based on their own individual experience) following the performance.
You decide the price of your tickets!
The objective of “Pay What You Will” is to increase access to our programs, and to encourage our patrons to take a chance on new and exciting performances.
Max 6 tickets.