- 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.
Today, at Roy Thomson Hall, Music Director Peter Oundjian unveiled the Toronto Symphony Orchestra’s 95th performance season. The offerings reconfirm the TSO’s status as one of Canada’s leading ensembles and outstanding presenters of live music. The TSO is proud to spotlight 58 Canadian artists (48 being guest artists and 10 from within the ranks of the TSO).
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Rittinger to the role of Vice-President, Development. Mr. Rittinger will join the TSO’s Senior Management group on March 1, 2016.
The TSO celebrates The Year of the Monkey with its third annual Chinese New Year Celebration, starring Maxim Vengerov, Long Yu, Dashan, and Wang Yi. Science @ the Symphony experiments with sound, and Marc-André Hamelin returns to the TSO.
Due to a scheduling issue, vocalist Jeremy Jordan will be unable to perform with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) as part of On Broadway on March 29 and 30, 2016, as previously announced. The TSO is pleased to announce that Darren Criss—well known for his role on the popular TV series, Glee—will be stepping in for Mr. Jordan.
2015 Christmas program wraps up with an all-time record-setting high in attendance