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How is being on stage in the concert hall different than performing on the set of a TV show?
Associate Principal Clarinet Eric Abramovitz takes us behind the scenes of two special musical episodes filmed for Murdoch Mysteries and Frankie Drake Mysteries.
The TSO is approaching its 100th season, and some of our most long-standing subscribers are approaching significant milestones, too.
Meet two of our patrons who have journeyed alongside the TSO over the decades.
How does nature inspire music? We talk to RBC Affiliate Composer Emilie LeBel, whose vivid piece Haareis auf Morschem Holz (hair ice on rotten wood) is featured alongside Beethoven’s Septet on TSO On Demand.
Our TSO musicians are creating music in ways they've never had to before. Hear what went into capturing TSO On Demand: Beethoven Septet from Princpal Cello Joseph Johnson, Associate Principal Viola Rémi Pelletier, and RBC Affiliate Composer Emilie LeBel.
Toronto Summer Music (TSM) and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) thank and applaud everyone who joined our Play Along with Jonathan Crow challenge. More than 70 performances were shared with us via social media and email, and it was an absolute pleasure seeing so many talented musicians play along with us.
Red Sky Performance and Toronto Symphony Orchestra Collaborate on Musical Creation and Mentorship with Indigenous Artists
A collaboration that will culminate in a new musical work by Indigenous music creators and Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) musicians has begun between Red Sky Performance and the TSO. The new work will be part of a digital performance of Red Sky’s award-winning production of Mistatim, which is scheduled to première next fall.
The TSO’s 89-member youth orchestra attracts some of the most talented students in the province. Anna Maria Moubayed, an 18-year-old TSYO member and a journalism student at Ryerson, shares her perspective on this unusual season of learning and performing. This is her second season in the TSYO.
Toronto Symphony Orchestra Starts 2021 with Two New TSO On Demand Concerts: Beethoven Septet and Vivaldi’s Four Seasons
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) continues its 2020/21 season of TSO On Demand concerts with two Masterworks programs: Beethoven Septet (February 12–March 4) and Vivaldi’s Four Seasons (March 12–April 1).
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