2021/22 Season

Resetting the Stage

Our long-awaited reunion with our patrons is almost here! TSO musicians sustained our enduring and deep connection with our patrons, and our city, with virtual performances for over 15 months. But we’ve all yearned for in-person performances in a concert hall to generate an immediate, powerful, and visceral experience that reminds us all how deeply connected we are with one another.

As we emerge from our homes and embrace those most important to us, we also return to the places of our cherished shared experiences.

We are overjoyed to share our 2021/22 subscription season with you.

“As we return to the concert hall, we have created a 2021/22 season that connects you with the emotional power and shared humanity of enjoying music together.”
Gustavo Gimeno, TSO Music Director

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Resetting the Stage: What to Expect

As we plan our return to in-person performances, the safety of our patrons, musicians, and employees is our top priority. Here’s what you can expect as we reset the stage:

  • November through February concerts will be 60–75 minutes without intermissions, and include approximately 50 musicians on the stage.
  • March through June Masterworks and Pops concerts will feature the entire ensemble in full-length programs with intermissions.
  • All government health measures will be strictly observed. The provincial government requires all patrons attending concerts at Roy Thomson Hall and Meridian Arts Centre to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination beginning September 22. Visit TSO.CA/Safety for more information.
  • Ontario’s Step 3 requirements also require patrons to wear a mask or other face covering that covers the nose, mouth, and chin in all areas of the venue at all times.

Updates will be required as regulations and venue-specific measures evolve—visit TSO.CA/SeasonFAQ for more information. Thank you for your patience.

The TSO acknowledges Mary Beck as the Musicians’ Patron in perpetuity for her generous and longstanding support.

The appearances of Gustavo Gimeno are generously supported by Susan Brenninkmeyer in memory of Hans Brenninkmeyer.

Canada Council for the Arts
Ontario Arts Councli
Toronto Arts Council, funded by the City of Toronto
Toronto Symphony Foundation
Government of Ontario
Government of Canada

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