Singers on Stage


Future events of
and Singers on Stage PRODUCTIONS

Under Honourable Patronage of the Consul General of the Republic of Poland
Margaret Maye – Bravo International Presents
The third Annual
Concert for Epilepsy

Benefiting University of Toronto Epilepsy Research Program.

“Body and Soul Tango Passion”
Featuring dazzling, sensational
Artist of The Year

WHO: Quartango – The Music Ensemble

Roxana & Fabian Belmonte – Argentine Tango Dancers

Margaret Maye – mezzosoprano,
„lush voice and dramatic delivery”

WHAT: Bravo International-Singers on Stage invites you for a concert
“Body and Soul Tango Passion”
for Epilepsy Research.

A treat for both the eyes and the ears!

When Quartango teams up with Argentine tango dancers Roxana and Fabian, audiences are spellbound by the intricate, sensual dance steps and the spirited music.

Their elegantly, flawless arrangements of tangos that draw on classical works, jazz standards, Celtic melodies and popular tunes provide the setting for Roxana and Fabian’s terpsichorean pyrotechnics and Margaret Maye’s lush mezzo – soprano singing.

Dancers, singer and musicians share their passion for the tango in an exceptional performance where melody, voice and movement are in perfect harmony.

Virtuosity, musicality, elegance, sensuality and humour.

WHEN: Tuesday, October 20, 2009 at 7:30 PM

WHERE: Jane Mallet Theatre at St Lawrence Centre for the Arts, 27 Front Street East, Toronto Ontario

Past events of
and Singers on Stage PRODUCTIONS


Media Advisory – “Intimately Two Hearts” for Epilepsy Research

The event will feature award-winning legendary chanteuse from Russia, and Canadian artists. Proceeds will benefit the University of Toronto Epilepsy Research Program.

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder, a physical condition that affects over 300,000 Canadians.
It causes a malfunction of the electrical signals that controls the brain. It is characterized by sudden, brief seizures, whose nature and intensity varies from person to person. Many people living with epilepsy are reluctant to disclose their condition because of the fear of what others might think.

WHO: Zanna (Jeanne) Bichevska – legendary icon of Russian music,
bard of song with unusual beauty of the voice, master of original style, winner of many prestigious international awards
Gennady Ponomarev – songwriter, poet, guitarist and singer

Margaret Maye – mezzosoprano, „lush voiceand dramatic delvery”

Accompanied byThe Music Ensemble.

WHAT: Bravo International- Singers on Stage invites you for a concert “Intimately – Two Hearts” for Epilepsy Research.
Sentimental musical journey, an intimate evening of songs of the heart, ballads, Russian romances, a collage of country folk and classical music

WHEN: Saturday, October 11, 2008 at 3:00 PM and 8:00 PM

WHERE: Jane Mallet Theatre at St Lawrence Centre for the Arts, 27 Front Street East, Toronto Ontario

Zanna Bichevskaya is going to perform for audiences in Toronto on Saturday, October 11th, 2008 at 3 pm and 8 pm at the Jane Mallet Theatre StLC at 27



Come a Little Closer……
for a jazz journey


Marek Bałata best Polish jazz vocalist sings Fryderyk Chopin and Czeslaw Niemen

John Alcorn nominatee for best male jazz vocalist of the year

Margaret Maye mezzosporano,
“lush voice dramatic delivery” Classical 96.3 FM

Accompanied by the Jazz Ensemble and Toronto Sinfonietta Strings

Music by composers: Villa Lobos, Astor Piazzola, Fryderyk Chopin, Cole Porter, Michelle Legrand, Krzysztof Komeda and others.

Saturday, July 7, 2007, 7:00 p.m.
Isabel Bader Theatre, 93 Charles Str. West, Toronto
This event benefits Epilepsy Research at University of Toronto
Under Honourable Patronage of the Consul General of the Republic of Poland


wings of love

”On the Wings of Love ”

Saturday, November 9, 2003 at 8:00 PM Glen Gould Studio CBC, 250 Front Street West,Toronto

Featuring: Margaret Maye – mezzosoprano
and Bruce Kelly – baritone
Accompaniment: Raisa Nakhmanovich
Narrator: Stuart Hamilton – vocal coach, pianist, founder and former artistic director of Opera in Concert, first music director of COC Ensemble, appears regularly as quizmaster for CBC Radio’s Saturday Afternoon at the Opera MC: Agata Pilitowska
Concert organized with cooperation of Polish-Canadian Society of Music.

Two outstanding singers take us on a journey of love affaires and storms of emotions. An evening of arias, duets, songs by G.Handel, W. Mozart, G. Rossini, L.Bernstein, C.Porter, R. Rodgers, I. Berlin J. Kern, F. Loewe and Witlod Lutoslawski

In November 2003, MM produced, directed and performed in the concert On the Wings of Love.
Bravura coloraturas of Baroque music. Particularly in Handel’s aria “Where shall I fly” from Hercules and duet: “When You Marry Me” from Semele, as well as in Rossini’s aria “Cruda Sorte” from Italiana in Algeri and duet ”Dunque io son” from Il barbierie di Sivilia
The broad range of genres: Baroque, Classical, Broadway and art song were integrated by the flow of the script and interesting narration of Stuart Hamilton as well as sensual theatricality the performers.


MM images


Sunday, April 13, 1997at 6:00 PM
Premier DanceTheatre, 2007Queens Quay West,
Harbour Front Centre in Toronto and

Saturday, April 12, 1997at 6:00PM
Convention Centre, London. Ontario.

Featuring: Margaret Maye and guest star Tomasz Stockinger,
tenor Leonard Whiting
Accompaniament: Natalia Tiomkina – piano
Arrangements and Keyboards:
Jerzy Boski and Dariusz Krol
Directing: Maria Nowotarska
Concert organized with cooperation of Polish-Canadian Society of Music.

Famous arias and songs from operas and Broadway,
music theatre and cabaret.

In 1997 she produced and performed in “Images” a production which included an eclectic mélange of music and poetry, featuring arias by G.Handel, W. Gluck and G. Bizet, songs by B. Brecht and Jaroslaw Abramow Newerly as well as interpretations of songs from the repertoire of E.Piaf, M.Dietrich and Hanka Ordonowna.

“Images” – was an interestingly scripted and staged show, highlighting the ease at which Margaret travels from one genre to the next showing her talents and tapestry of stage images. She moves through this repertory with the charisma and kind of “edge” necessary for these styles.

The concert represented a fusion of cultures, styles, genres, and languages.