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Matthew Loden, CEO of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO), will be stepping down from his leadership role to return to his hometown of Houston, Texas. He has been appointed Rice University’s Lynette S. Autrey dean at the Shepherd School of Music, which is recognized as one of the most important and prestigious schools of music in North America.
Hear Principal Oboe Sarah Jeffrey on CBC’s This Is My Music with Tom Allen, where she takes listeners on a guided tour of the music that has inspired her star-studded career and explains what she loves most about each recording.
The highly anticipated reunion between the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and its patrons is scheduled for November and for many, that can’t come soon enough. But for Music Director Gustavo Gimeno, the planning began many months ago. We spoke with Gustavo and CEO Matthew Loden about what it took to put together an enthralling return to the stage.
Photo: Thaïs Grand Opera in Concert, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, cond. Sir Andrew Davis ©Jag Gundu, November 2019
Recording won Best Classical Album: Vocal or Choral
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) is thrilled to be the recipient of the 2021 JUNO Award for Best Classical Album: Vocal or Choral for its album, Massenet: Thaïs, as announced earlier tonight.
The New Classical host Mark Wigmore highlighted the TSO’s Live Streams replay “Sarah Jeffrey Plays Mozart” on his show recently, and took the opportunity to play for his listeners another concert featuring Sarah and the TSO, Vaughan Williams’s Concerto in A Minor for Oboe and Strings.
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) presents a special finale to its 2020/21 season with a live stream replay concert, Sarah Jeffrey Plays Mozart. Originally performed as a live stream on March 25, 2021, for a small audience of donors, the TSO offers Sarah Jeffrey Plays Mozart to the public from June 22–29, 2021.
TSO Associate Concertmaster Mark Skazinetsky spoke on The New Classical FM 96.3 sharing memories from his 40 years performing with the TSO, and thoughts on how the pandemic affected the organization.
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