Announcing the 2021/22 Season!
Music Director Gustavo Gimeno is thrilled to announce the TSO's return to in-person performances. Renew your subscription now or sign up for the Email Club to get ticket availability alerts.
Please join us for a breathtaking finale to our 2020/21 season. In March, TSO Principal Oboe Sarah Jeffrey gave a dazzling performance of Mozart's captivating Oboe Concerto. It was so enjoyable that, for a limited time, we’re releasing a recording of the entire concert as a TSO Live Streams replay!
TSO Concertmaster Jonathan Crow leads the Orchestra in this exquisite all-Mozart program, which also features one of the composer’s best-known early works—Symphony No. 29. And, as an extra special treat, you'll be taken behind the scenes for a reed-making demonstration with Sarah Jeffrey.
This concert is approximately 60 minutes in length and will feature 25 musicians from the Orchestra.
This performance was generously supported by Ellen and Tom Smee.
This performance was filmed in strict accordance with COVID-19 government restrictions for performing-arts venues, prioritizing the health and safety of artists and staff. You will notice that musicians are wearing masks, there are plexiglass barriers between brass and woodwind instruments, and all artists are two metres apart.
Mozart: Oboe Concerto in C Major, K. 314/271k [22']
Mozart: Symphony No. 29 in A Major, K. 201/186a [28']
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