New TSO recording now available on Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, and TSO.CA
Season culminates with incoming Music Director Gustavo Gimeno conducting The Firebird, Lisiecki playing Mendelssohn, and Runnicles leading Carmina Burana
Duncan McDougall, 2018/19 Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra violinist, receives Stingray Rising Stars Award
The Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra (TSYO) is proud to announce that Duncan McDougall is the recipient of the 2018/19 TSYO Stingray Rising Stars Award. The announcement was made on Sunday, May 5, during the TSYO’s season-finale concert at Roy Thomson Hall, marking the end of the orchestra’s 45th season.
Spanish conductor Juanjo Mena sincerely regrets that due to illness he must withdraw from this week’s performances of Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO). In his place, acclaimed British conductor Matthew Halls will lead the concerts. Mahler’s Symphony No.
The genius of Beethoven, Mahler, and Mozart; Louis Lortie and Jeremy Denk; TSO visits Ottawa and Montreal
“Undoubtedly one of the greatest conducting talents of his generation.”
As announced today by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) during the 48th annual JUNO Awards ceremony, the recording of Vaughan Williams: Orchestral Works featuring the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) received a JUNO Award in the Best Classical Album: Large Ensemble category.
TSO announces new Relaxed Performance for neurodiverse audiences including those living with autism spectrum disorders
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) announces its first Relaxed Performance, the most recent addition to the TSO’s acclaimed Education & Community Engagement programs, to meet the needs of neurodiverse audiences.
Relaxed Performances are designed specifically for people living with autism spectrum disorders, sensory and communication disorders, learning disabilities, or anyone who wants a more casual concert experience.
April 2019 at the TSO: Monumental works include Beethoven Eroica Symphony and Mahler Resurrection Symphony
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) waltzes into April with masterpieces by Beethoven, Szymanowski, and Mahler, bookended by an irresistible Pops program and a toe-tapping family concert.
After announcing their new partnership in December 2018, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) and Equilibrium Young Artists (EQ) revealed today that soprano Jenavieve Moore, mezzo-soprano Jillian Bonner, tenor Charles Sy, and bass Trevor Eliot Bowes will be the featured vocal soloists in Mozart’s Requiem with the TSO—conducted by Sir Andrew Davis at Roy Thomson Hall in January 2020.