Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts

Photo: Suzy Lamont Photography. Copyright Queen’s University.

Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra

PHOTO: Sian Richards

presented by Koffler Centre of the Arts

Fran Lebowitz
Photo credit and copyright: Brigitte Lacombe

ATMA Classique

Yannick Nézet-Séguin, conductor Photo: Hans van der Woerd

Artscape Youngplace

Photo: Garrison McArthur Photographers

ATMA Classique

Marie-Josée Lord, soprano Photo: Eric Myre

presented by Koffler Centre of the Arts

Tony Kushner Photo: Joan Marcus

ATMA Classique

Janina Fialkowska, pianist Photo: Julien Faugère

Daniels Spectrum

Photo: Garrison McArthur Photographers

presented by Koffler Centre of the Arts & Progress Festival

Marathon by Aharona Israel Photo: Doron Oved

ATMA Classique

David Jalbert, pianist Photo: Julien Faugère

Tafelmusik Chamber Choir

PHOTO: Sian Richards

LUISA TRISI

BIG PICTURE COMMUNICATIONS

Luisa Trisi’s lifelong love of arts and culture led her to launch Big Picture Communications in 1999. She has worked with many of North America’s leading figures in classical music, dance, and theatre, and has designed publicity campaigns for major arts hubs, cultural initiatives, national festivals, and conferences.

Luisa provides an array of strategic communications services to a broad range of clients, including many high-profile Canadian cultural organizations. Throughout her twenty-plus years of experience she has established an extensive network of media and industry contacts. She works closely with clients to generate noteworthy coverage in a variety of traditional and digital outlets — from mainstream media to niche publications. Passionate about city-building, community, and creativity, Luisa thrives on connecting people and ideas.

Prior to launching Big Picture Communications, Luisa held positions with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Dance Umbrella of Ontario, and Theatre Columbus. As Director of Communications and an instructor at Ryerson Theatre School for almost a decade, Luisa designed and taught courses on entrepreneurship to students pursuing Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees.

NEWSROOM

2018 JUNO AWARD NOMINATIONS: ATMA CLASSIQUE

Two ATMA Classique Recordings Nominated for 2018 JUNO Awards | PDF

Q&A with Luisa Trisi by Liz Parker

My Q&A for Classical 96.3 FM | PDF

Q&A with Anna Theodosakis, Haus Musik guest director

Haus Musik series brings together DJs and baroque | THE VARSITY | PDF

Feature on Tafelmusik's 40th Anniversary Season

Have Harpsichord, Will Travel: Tafelmusik Announces 40th Anniversary Season | THE GLOBE AND MAIL | PDF

Review of Tafelmusik's Safe Haven

I have seen the future of the baroque concert, and it is programmed by Alison Mackay | DEFINITELY THE OPERA | PDF

Review of Tafelmusik's Safe Haven

Tafelmusik’s Safe Haven is a jewel box of enticing treasures | LUDWIG VAN TORONTO | PDF

Press release: Fran Lebowitz second show

Koffler Centre Adds Second Show: Fran Lebowitz: In Conversation | PDF

First Play: The People's Purcell on ATMA Classique

Purcell Reimagined by tenor Michael Slattery and La Nef | CBCMUSIC.CA | PDF

Review of Tafelmusik's Sing Along Messiah

Tafelmusik’s Sing Along Messiah is the best fun we’ve had all year | LUDWIG VAN TORONTO | PDF

Press release: Fran Lebowitz

Koffler Centre of the Arts presents Fran Lebowitz: In Conversation | PDF

Feature: Best Classical Albums of 2017 | ATMA Classique

David Jalbert’s Stravinsky/Prokofiev Named One of Top Classical Albums of 2017 | CBCMUSIC.CA | PDF

Feature: Elisa Citterio | Tafelmusik

Hot-shot Italian violinist Elisa Citterio makes her debut as Tafelmusik’s Music Director | THE GLOBE AND MAIL | PDF

Feature: Elisa Citterio | Tafelmusik

Tafelmusik’s Elisa Citterio is Front Page News | TORONTO STAR | PDF

Feature: Elisa Citterio | Tafelmusik

Tafelmusik’s Elisa Citterio is Wholenote’s Cover Story | THE WHOLENOTE | PDF

CONTACT

PHONE 416.456.0499
EMAIL luisa@luisatrisi.com