TSO Holiday Gift Guide
Treat your loved ones—and yourself—to superb seats at great prices in the new year! Save 25% off Main Floor seats for select performances when you purchase by Dec 24!*
Sir Andrew Davis, conductor
Seong-Jin Cho, piano
The TSO’s celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday opens with his brilliant Seventh Symphony. This work of true greatness anchors an all-Beethoven program, conducted by Sir Andrew Davis and featuring dynamo pianist Seong-Jin Cho.
Sir Andrew Davis, conductor
Jenavieve Moore, soprano
Jillian Bonner, mezzo-soprano
Charles Sy, tenor
Trevor Eliot Bowes, bass
Toronto Mendelssohn Choir
Sir Andrew Davis leads two of Mozart’s late works—the ebullient Symphony No. 39, among the last to be composed, and the movingly plaintive Requiem, which the composer would not live to complete.
Bernard Labadie, conductor
Jean-Efflam Bavouzet, piano
Experience three key stages in Mozart’s life—from the magnificent Symphony No. 40, one of the last he composed, to the youthful “Jeunehomme” Piano Concerto, which he wrote at age 21.
†Jan 26 at George Weston Recital Hall, Meridian Arts Centre (formerly Toronto Centre for the Arts)
Dvořák & Mendelssohn
Aziz Shokhakimov, conductor
Joseph Johnson, cello
Electrifying conductor Aziz Shokhakimov leads Mendelssohn’s atmospheric “Scottish” Symphony. TSO Principal Cello Joseph Johnson performs Dvořák’s elegy for a long-lost love—the impassioned Cello Concerto.
Joshua Bell with NACO
Alexander Shelley, conductor
Joshua Bell, violin
National Arts Centre Orchestra, guest orchestra
For one night only, Alexander Shelley and the NAC Orchestra bring a potently emotional program to Toronto—including Jocelyn Morlock’s poignant composition about Amanda Todd, the victim of cyberbullying who, at age 15, tragically took her own life, and Mendelssohn’s beloved Violin Concerto, performed by Joshua Bell
Singin’ in the Rain—Film with Orchestra
Jack Everly, conductor
Topping the American Film Institute’s list of 25 Greatest Movie Musicals of all time, this film masterpiece comes to life with live orchestral accompaniment and award-winning on-screen performances by Gene Kelly, Donald O’Connor, and Debbie Reynolds.
Photo courtesy of The Gene Kelly Image Trust
*Offer only valid for Main Floor seats (L1, R1, C1) for January 8, 15 & 23 and February 6 & 8 when using promo code GIVEMUSIC for up to four tickets, and when ordered by December 24, 2019, at 11:59pm. Offer not valid on previously purchased tickets or in combination with other offers, discounts, or promotions. No refunds, exchanges (at the sale price), or cancellations. Seating at the discretion of the TSO. For accessible-seating requests, please contact the Roy Thomson Hall Box Office at 416.593.1285.
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