With two visiting orchestras, classical landmarks by Haydn, Beethoven, and Schumann, high-status guest artists, two World Premières, and the continuation of the films with live orchestra series, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) offers heart-warming music for the cold month of February.
There is much excitement in the air as the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) rings in the new year with the Mozart@261 Festival at Koerner Hall, to celebrate the eternally young, forever-extraordinary composer. January also brings the launch of Canada Mosaic—a Signature Project of Canada 150, funded by the Government of Canada—to highlight the sesquicentennial anniversary of our still-young, musically rich country.
Christmas with the TSO: Fantasy, magic, and music
Jann Arden, Colin Mochrie, and Nicholas McGegan join the TSO to celebrate the holiday season
Premier recording of Sir Andrew Davis’s performing edition
May 7–22, 2017
• 2017 Tour of Israel & Europe includes seven concerts in four countries
• TSO tours Israel for the first time
• Tour repertoire will feature Maxim Vengerov, Jan Lisiecki, and Carla Huhtanen
• TSO will be an emissary for Canadian culture during the sesquicentennial year
150 years of collaboration. One unique musical journey.
Innovators. Renegades. Pioneers. Canadian musicians have long punched above their weight both at home and internationally. The history of music in our country is filled with bold and surprising moments. And the future is bursting with promises.
150 ans de collaboration. Un voyage musical unique.
Innovateurs. Rebelles. Pionniers. Les musiciens canadiens s’imposent depuis longtemps chez eux, tout comme à l’étranger. L’histoire de la musique canadienne est ponctuée de moments audacieux et surprenants. Et son avenir est des plus prometteurs.
A month filled with eclectic music and featuring a stellar lineup
- Yuja Wang makes highly anticipated return
- Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton kicks off Films with Live Orchestra Series
- Blockbusters include Mahler 3, Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto, Rachmaninoff Symphony 2, and Beethoven Symphony 4
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) announces that Gary Hanson has been named Interim CEO of the TSO. Gary Hanson, a Toronto native, was chief executive of The Cleveland Orchestra until his retirement at the end of 2015. Mr. Hanson was appointed at a special meeting of the TSO Board of Directors, on Wednesday, August 17, and will begin his term on September 26, 2016. He will serve in the role for up to two years.