After years present in Toronto’s musical scene, the popular Fever Originals Candlelight series is making its way to 3 breathtaking venues in the city. You’ll be able to enjoy the works of legends, with talented local artists performing in historical Longboat Hall, Metropolitan Community Church and Paradise Theatre.
Guests will be immersed in an atmospheric setting bathed in candlelight while listening to the world’s greatest classical and pop songs. For the safety of all attending music lovers, the space will be illuminated with LED candles. The Candlelight series will include tributes to brilliant musicians such as the iconic Beatles, Vivaldi, ABBA, Queen, and Amy Winehouse — as well as fan-favorites Coldplay, Hans Zimmer, and Adele.
Candlelight serves each niche, from anime lovers to film afficionados. A dedicated concert to legendary anime melodies and a concert featuring the best of Joe Hisaishi offer renditions of your favorite anime tracks, like Sailor Moon, Naruto or My Neighbour Totoro. Film soundtrack lovers can also revel in Candlelight’s ‘Songs from Magical Movie Soundtracks’ and ‘Film Scores and Hollywood Epics’ concerts. Nostalgia is guaranteed to kick in as you listen to “Arabian Nights,” “Under the Sea,” and “Married Life.” And for those who can’t wait for Halloween, a seasonal evening of Halloween classics will feature the iconic spooky tunes of The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Addams Family and Stranger Things among many others!
We can’t think of more tantalizing venues to host such a great series of concerts with talented string quartets and musicians! Candlelight will be gracing the stages of Longboat Hall, Metropolitan Community Church and now Paradise Theatre — all longstanding institutions in Toronto that bring decades to centuries of expertise in the art space. Paradise Theatre has recently joined the ranks as one of Candlelight’s most stunning venues with its decadent restaurant, bottle shop, café, and comfy lounge.
A nice cocktail, the soothing melodies of Listeso String Quartet and the glow of a hundred candles sounds like the perfect evening.