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Young People's Concert


Sun, Feb 11, 2024 Roy Thomson Hall

Sing along with your whole family at SingSong!

Join us for a fun-filled afternoon of music with your Toronto Symphony Orchestra and special guests as we embrace the power of harmonies and melodies from all over the world. Create core memories as you introduce your children to a love of orchestral music and live performance. This concert is particularly great for ages 5–10.

Songs express what we feel, connect us, and help us make ourselves heard. Every culture approaches songs differently, and, in this concert, we’ll experience the power of songs from all over the globe in styles both modern and old—and sing some! Whether it’s a hit on Spotify, a well-known folk song, or a piece by a great composer, songs inspire us!

Need help getting ready to sing? Come early for an introductory singing workshop led by Zimfira Poloz, the Artistic Director of the Toronto Children's Chorus, alongside their talented choristers.

Workshops will take place pre-concert in the lobby from 12:50pm to 1:20pm, and from 3:20pm to 3:50pm.

Relaxed Performance:

In addition to the 1:30pm and 4:00pm performances, we also offer a Relaxed Performance at 11:00am. While our Young People's Concerts introduce children to the orchestra in a kid-friendly environment, our Relaxed Performances provide specific accommodations that support the neurodiverse and disabled community. For more information on Relaxed Performances, please visit TSO.CA/Relaxed.

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Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser


Yelin Youn

flute (2022/23 TSYO Concerto Competition winner)

Todd Jang


Midori Marsh