Vaughan Williams: Orchestral Works featuring the Toronto Symphony Orchestra receives JUNO nomination
The recording of Vaughan Williams: Piano Concerto; Oboe Concerto; Serenade to Music; Flos Campi featuring the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) received a nomination for a JUNO Award in the Classical Album of the Year: Large Ensemble category. The 2019 JUNO Award nominees were revealed earlier today by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) during a press conference at the Toronto headquarters of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC).
Sir Andrew Davis, Barbara Hannigan, Thomas Dausgaard, and Alisa Weilerstein
From Stravinsky and Mozart to Sibelius and Wagner, distinguished artists take centre stage. And Star Wars: A New Hope—In Concert kicks off the Star Wars Film Concert Series.
Open to the public for the first time!
Roy Thomson Hall, Saturday, January 12, 2019 (10:00am to 12:30pm)
Vaughan Williams: Orchestral Works Featuring the Toronto Symphony Orchestra Receives GRAMMY® Nomination
The recording of Vaughan Williams: Piano Concerto; Oboe Concerto; Serenade to Music; Flos Campi featuring the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) received a nomination for a 61st annual GRAMMY® Award in the Best Classical Compendium category.
The month of December is the perfect time to share the joy of music with family and friends at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO). The holiday season kicks off November 28–December 2 with Tchaikovsky for the Holidays. Korean-Canadian Earl Lee (the TSO's former RBC Resident Conductor) leads this showcase of works by the beloved Russian composer, which includes Tchaikovsky’s majestic Fourth Symphony and a generous serving of excerpts from The Nutcracker.
Tickets go on sale Friday, November 9.
Due to popular demand, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) is adding an extra performance of Gustavo Gimeno Conducts The Firebird on Friday, June 28, 2019, at 7:30pm at Roy Thomson Hall.
The month of November at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) begins with The Mozart Experience (a pair of delightful family concerts) and ushers in the holiday season with Tchaikovsky for the Holidays. In between, the TSO offers much-loved music by Beethoven, John Adams, and Ravel—in a program entitled Boléro—and presents the poignant Britten War Requiem, coinciding with the centennial of Armistice Day.
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) held its Annual General Meeting today, announcing that the TSO ended the 2018 fiscal year with a surplus of $2.3 million. Board Chair Catherine Beck and Chief Executive Officer Matthew Loden outlined a series of initiatives over the past year that have focused the institution’s forward momentum, bringing new financial stability and artistic vitality to the TSO.
October concerts include Mahler Symphony 5, Dvořák New World Symphony, and Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty