Noon Hour Concerts at St. Stephen's

Summer 2017 series

Ton Beau String Quartet at St Stephens, 24 July 2013Ton Beau String Quartet at St Stephens, 24 July 2013Wednesdays at 12:35 pm from 7 June

We are opening our doors and bringing music to the community and are pleased to have a wonderful series of noon hour concerts at St. Stephen’s which feature musicians from around the city. The historic Ryder organ will be the focus of this series along with singers and instrumentalists so please come along and enjoy. These free concerts are presented by Music at St. Stephen’s. If you are interested in supporting or participating please contact John Gardham at

Supported by:
Paul Hahn and Co. U of T Faculty of Music The Whole Note

Wed, August 23 2017, 12:35 pm
Simon Walker, organ

Simon WalkerSimon WalkerSimon Walker is from the United Kingdom and started his musical training as a chorister at Durham Cathedral. From September 2005 he studied music at the University of Edinburgh, graduating in 2009. During this time he spent three years as Organ Scholar of St. Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral and also as Accompanist to Edinburgh University Music Society Chorus. From September 2009 he spent a year as Organ Scholar of Chester Cathedral. Simon moved to Toronto in 2010 and has previously served as Assistant Organist at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene before taking up the position of Director of music at St. Jude’s Church Oakville. Simon holds the Associate diploma of the Royal College of Organists and can frequently be heard in recital in Toronto at venues including St. James Cathedral and Yorkminster Park Baptist Church.

Wed, August 30 2017, 12:35 pm
Daniella Theresia, mezzo-soprano

Daniella TheresiaDaniella TheresiaOriginally from northern Wisconsin, Daniella Theresia completed her formal training at Lawrence University (Appleton, WI) in 2009. In 2013, she emigrated to Israel to study with Professor Tamar Rachum-Roth. She has participated in opera programs in the United States and Europe and has appeared as a soloist and in solo recitals in the U.S., Germany, Italy, and Israel.