TSO Sets Stage for Success With Historic Estate Donation and Ongoing Commitment to Fiscal Responsibility as It Announces Further Reduction to Its Accumulated Deficit
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) held its Annual General Meeting today, announcing that the TSO’s accumulated deficit is now the lowest it has been in almost three decades. On the heels of receiving the largest donation in the history of the organization, the TSO ended the 2019 fiscal year with a surplus of $1.9 million, enabling the organization to reduce the accumulated deficit to $2.6 million, which is a reduction of $9.6 million since Fiscal 2013.
TSO’s Innovative Explore the Score Returns for the Second Edition With Works by Rising Canadian Composers
Open to the public, the orchestral composition reading session takes place on November 30 at Roy Thomson Hall
Donation is the largest in the Orchestra's history
Matthew Loden, CEO of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO), tonight announced to a packed auditorium at Roy Thomson Hall a gift of $10 million from the estate of long-standing supporters and patrons Tom and Mary Beck. The gift is the largest single donation in the Orchestra’s history. This donation brings the lifetime giving of the Beck family to the TSO to over $20 million.
Season launches September 19, filled with power, romance, and drama
Emerging Arts Critics (EAC) programme is as a forum to foster the next generation of arts critics and writers and to assist them in developing the tools required to authoritatively write about and review ballet, classical music, opera and new for the 2019/20 season, theatre.
Toronto, ON—July 30, 2019—The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) today announced the addition of two Relaxed Performances to the 2019/20 season. Relaxed Performances are designed specifically for people living with autism spectrum disorders, sensory and communication disorders, or learning disabilities, or those who want a more casual concert experience.
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.
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