The TSO’s first-ever drive-in performance took place on Wednesday, October 7 at CityView Drive-In, when over 20 musicians reunited on stage (socially distanced, of course!) for a program of Ragtime favourites.
We recently announced a partnership with the YMCA of Greater Toronto, to support well-being and bring communities together over the coming year.
The TSO held its virtual Annual General Meeting on September 30, and we're pleased to present our 2019/20 Annual Letter to the Community.
In this episode of Ludwig van Toronto’s new podcast, REMOTE, CEO Matthew Loden and host Michael Zarathus-Cook embark on a wide-ranging, in-depth conversation about the last few months, and our hopes for the future.
Orchestra fans yearning for the concert experience will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with members of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra in the new TSO On Demand concert video series.
“There is very little that can diminish a musician’s drive to perform,” said TSO Concertmaster Jonathan Crow.
The devastating impact of the pandemic on seniors living in long-term care homes left the TSO asking the question: how can we help?
You could call David Hallman the TSO’s Superfan. Over the past six months, David has engaged with every one of the TSO’s virtual offerings.
When Gustavo Gimeno was in Toronto conducting Daphnis et Chloé last October, he could not have imagined what the remainder of the season would bring.
I am delighted to celebrate the launch of Noteworthy, our hub for all the latest news from your Toronto Symphony Orchestra.