Love and romance with Prokofiev Romeo & Juliet
Dream and fantasy with The Wizard of Oz with Live Orchestra
Fun for kids with The Year of the Dog: A Chinese New Year Celebration
From The Planets to the Jupiter Symphony, January brings stellar concerts, with the Mozart@262 Festival and brilliant guest artists including Bernard Labadie, Charles Richard-Hamelin, John Storgårds, and Ingrid Fliter.
At the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) Annual General Meeting that took place on Monday, November 27, Board Chair Catherine Beck and Interim Chief Executive Officer Gary Hanson announced a balanced budget for the 2016/17 season. Board Vice-Chair & Treasurer Rags Davloor reported that in the fiscal year ended June 30, 2017, the TSO achieved a small surplus of revenues over expenses.
December 2017 is the perfect time for family concerts
November 2017 at the TSO: Measha Brueggergosman, Louis Lortie, and Angela Hewitt grace the TSO stage
Guest conductors include Tania Miller and Donald Runnicles
From the moving and powerful Afghanistan: Requiem for a Generation to the family fun of Wall-to-Wall Percussion, November at the TSO explores the gamut of human emotions. Additional musical offerings include the rich music of Vaughan Williams and Mahler, the pure interpretations of Angela Hewitt, and Stravinsky’s rousing Firebird suite.
From The National Ballet of Canada
Toronto Symphony Orchestra welcomes eight new members; RBC Resident Conductor & TSYO Conductor Earl Lee to also act as TSYO Artistic Director
As the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) opens its 96th season on September 19 at Roy Thomson Hall, eight new musicians join the ensemble: Kelly Zimba, Principal Flute; Charles Settle, Principal Percussion; Michael Chiarello, Associate Principal Double Bass; Miles Jaques, Bass Clarinet; Alastair Eng, Cello; Douglas Kwon, Violin; Clare Semes, Violin; and Nicholas Hartman, Horn.
TSO opening concert for 2017/18 showcases Canadian talent, with violinist James Ehnes and music by award-winning composer Mychael Danna
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO), led by Music Director Peter Oundjian, opens its 96th season on Tuesday, September 19 at Roy Thomson Hall. The performance, part of Canada Mosaic (a Canada 150 Signature Project) is anchored by the World Première of Life of Pi—a new orchestral suite by Canadian composer Mychael Danna.
As of today, individual tickets for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra’s 2017/18 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 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.