TrypTych Concert and Opera is one of Toronto’s most enterprising musical producers. It was formed by Edward Franko, William Shookhoff and Lenard Whiting in the fall of 1999. All are well-known performers, producers and directors (stage and music) who bring a wealth of experience to concert and operatic production.
TrypTych currently has two divisions;
TrypTych Concert and Opera
Over its history, TrypTych has received critical acclaim for it's contemporary opera productions like the Canadian premiere of Frid's The Diary of Anne Frank, the Canadian premiere (in concert) of Wolf's Der Correigdor and the world premiere of Canadian composer Andrew Ager's Frankenstein. TrypTych has also extended its reach across Ontario, to England and to the Czech Republic.
TrypTych regularly produces seasons that include choral concerts by it's in-house chamber choir, Ensemble TrypTych Chamber Choir; cabaret concerts and opera productions.
TrypTych has exciting plans for the future. Along with continuing its series
of eclectic concerts and opera productions; and its cabaret performances, TrypTych is developing plans to
expand its reach and provide more chances for the abundance of
artists in search of performance opportunities.