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We are thrilled to feature soloists Alicia Ault and Alexander Cappellazzo during the 7:30PM performance of A Merry Little ChristmasSaturday, December 16 at the Living Arts Centre.

Tickets start at $35. Make sure to purchase your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment at the box office on concert day. To purchase, call: 905-306-6000, or click HERE.

Alicia Ault

Hailing from Toronto Canada, Alicia Ault is an actor with a passion for musical theatre, opera, and jazz music.

Select theatre credits: Xiao Lian in Dragon’s Tale (Tapestry Opera); Time Traveler in Backstage At Carnegie Hall (Bradyworks); Betsy Miller in The Roaring Twenties (Victoria Petrolia Playhouse); Cindy in Hook Up (Tapestry Opera/Theatre Passe Muraille); Maria in West Side Story (Brott Music Festival); Amalia in She Loves Me (Eastman Opera Theatre); Emmie in Albert Herring (Eastman Opera Theatre).

Select concert credits: Box Concerts (Tapestry Opera); Missa Gaia/Earth Mass (Achill Choral Society); Mass in Blue (Achill Choral Society)

Alicia is a member of the vocal trio, The Ault Sisters.  They are featured on all 5 Seasons of VisionTv’s hit show Your All Time Classic Hit Parade which airs across Canada and is available for streaming on Stratfest@Home.

Alicia is a graduate of the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY.  Much love to her family, friends, and the Talent House for their unwavering love and support!

Alex Cappallezzo

Born on the auspicious Feast Day of Bach, Handel and Purcell, it was surely fated that Alexander Cappellazzo would immerse himself in music!

Singing with “clarity and richness of voice” (Opera Canada), “force and strength” (National Capital Opera Society) and “easy delivery and fearless command of his upper register” (Barcza Blog), his past roles include Tamino, Lensky, Acis, Don Ottavio, and Oronte to name a few. Alexander sings with companies across Canada including: VOICEBOX: Opera In Concert, Toronto City Opera, Toronto Operetta Theatre, Opera By Request, OperOttawa, the Ashkenaz Festival and choirs including the Oakville Choral Society, Jubilate Singers, Trinity Bach Project, Brott Festival, and Metropolitan United Church.

In 2022, Alexander founded Apocryphonia and the Diapente Quintet, dedicated to live performances of rare and underperformed classical music such as Renaissance Mexican Christmas music, Azerbaijani opera arias, and Norfolk sailor songs.

Alex holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Vocal Performance and Opera from Montreal’s McGill University and is a member of the Ralph Vaughan Williams Society. Alexander currently lives in Scarborough with his wife, and their cat Beatrice.