The TSO has launched a microsite celebrating Peter Oundjian’s tenure at the TSO. Visit bravopeter.ca to see several highlights from his 14 years on the podium.
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) is pleased to announce that Peter Oundjian will be honoured with the title of Conductor Emeritus when he completes his tenure as Music Director of the TSO at the end of the 2017/18 season.
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) is delighted to welcome Canadian multi-platinum, Grammy- and JUNO-nominated singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen for a single, not-to-be-missed performance of her music accompanied by the TSO at Roy Thomson Hall on Saturday, June 17 at 7:30pm. Tickets go on sale today.
TSO embarks on Tour of Israel & Europe
Here at home, the Orchestra plays magnificent works including Beethoven’s Symphony 7 and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade
From Beethoven and Brahms to Mahler, Mendelssohn, and Mozart, the month of April at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) brings a myriad of masterworks. Prominent guest conductors Andrey Boreyko, Robert Trevino, and Thomas Dausgaard take turns leading the Orchestra. Guest soloists include pianists Lucas Debargue and Luca Buratto, and Canadian violinist Karen Gomyo.
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) proudly presents its 13th annual New Creations Festival, March 4–11, 2017. Bold, experimental, and cutting edge, this year’s Festival is curated by Polaris Music Prize–winner Owen Pallett, a renowned Canadian composer, violinist, keyboardist, and vocalist.
“Being Music Director of the TSO will always be the most incredible highlight and privilege of my life.” —Peter Oundjian
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.