The Canadian Opera Company has been downsized, and they are celebrating. CAC's new Toronto digs may be 1,200 seats smaller than their previous home in the Hummingbird Centre, but the space is an aesthetic and acoustic upgrade, allowing them to christen the auditorium with an inaugural program designed to show off its flexibility — from the intimacy of Mozart's Cosi Fan Tutte, a work CAC hasn't performed in more than 15 years, to the grandeur of the company's first full Ring Cycle (see ...

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