Remember the hushed anticipation as musicians tune, the eruption of applause after an amazing solo performance, and the heart-pounding thrill of the Orchestra playing full force? Get ready to reconnect with everything you love about live classical music—or experience it for the first time—in the highly anticipated return of your Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Spectacular stars, immortal masterpieces, exciting contemporary creations, and new memories await under the leadership of Music Director Gustavo Gimeno.

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Masterworks Series Highlights:

For the full 2021/22 subscription season including all Masterworks, Pops, and Young People's Concerts, visit TSO.CA/Concerts.

Resetting the Stage: What to Expect

  • We are collaborating with our venue partners on reopening plans and will announce safety guidelines closer to the start of the season. All provincial and city public-health measures will be followed.
  • November through February concerts will be 60–75 minutes without intermissions, and include approximately 50 distanced musicians.
  • March through June concerts will feature the entire ensemble in full-length programs with intermissions.
  • If government-mandated audience-capacity limits are in place when the season begins, we will find comparable seats and dates to the best of our ability, and communicate any changes to you in a timely manner.

Frequently Asked Questions About the 2021/22 Season

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