As of today, individual tickets for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra’s 2016/17 performance season are available for purchase online at TSO.CA, by phone (416.593.1285), and in person at the TSO Patron Services Centre or the Roy Thomson Hall box office.
The 2015/16 season ends on a positive note for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO). The TSO concludes the 2015/16 season with a surplus of revenues over expenses for a third consecutive year.
In addition to this third surplus, the TSO has reduced its accumulated deficit by approximately $4 million (from $12 million to under $8 million).
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO), in partnership with the Polaris Music Prize, is delighted to welcome Canadian icon Buffy Sainte-Marie—winner of the 2015 Polaris Music Prize for her latest album, Power In The Blood—to Roy Thomson Hall on Thursday, June 30, 2016, at 7:30pm.
- James Ehnes returns to the TSO
- Concerts at the Hearn Generating Station as part of Luminato
- New partnership with Pride Toronto for Late Night concert
- Third show added for The Second City Guide to the Symphony
- Bringing back the free thank-you concert for Torontonians
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) announces the addition of a new and convenient Live Chat service to its website, as of today. “The TSO’s forward-looking vision occurs both on stage and behind the scenes,” notes David Postill, Vice-President of Marketing. “By providing a more personalized approach for ticket buyers, we keep building meaningful relationships.
- The TSO performs Brahms Symphony 4 in Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal
- Highlights include Shostakovich Symphony 13 “Babi Yar”, Peter and the Wolf, and Music of John Williams
- Sir Andrew Davis returns to conduct An Alpine Symphony
The Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra (TSYO) returns to Koerner Hall for their annual Spring Concert on April 21. The heart-stirring program conducted by Shalom Bard features Prokofiev’s dramatic Symphony No. 5 and Beethoven’s Egmont Overture.
TORONTO, ON - The Board of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and Jeff Melanson, President & CEO of the TSO, have mutually decided that it is in the best interests of both parties that he resign from his employment with the TSO. The TSO has accepted Mr. Melanson’s resignation effective March 29, 2016.
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) embraces spring with renewed energy and fresh performances. On April 2, The TSO Presents Alligator Pie will delight children—big and small.
Celebrated Australian composer/conductor/violist Brett Dean curates the 12th annual New Creations Festival, March 5–12, 2016. From Vivaldi to Stravinsky via Broadway, TSO musicians display their versatility.