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Five TSO Music Directors On Stage Together including Gustavo Gimeno Kick-off the TSO’s 100th Anniversary Year
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) kicks off its 100th anniversary year with a special one-night only concert: Celebrate 100: Maestros’ Special Homecoming on Sat, April 9, 2022 at 7:30pm. The concert celebrates the TSO’s storied past, vibrant present, and thrilling future.
Timothy Chooi joins the TSO and Peter Oundjian* (for his first return to the TSO as Conductor Emeritus) November 24–28. Timothy will be playing one of the most famous pieces for violin ever written, Tchaikovsky’s magnificent Violin Concerto.
So many of our cherished holiday traditions are musical. But do you know as much as you think about them? Here are some little-known facts about this year’s holiday favourites: Home Alone In Concert, TSO Holiday Pops, and Handel’s Messiah!
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Toronto, ON—October 8, 2021: The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) celebrates the holidays with the return of a seasonal favourite, Home Alone in Concert, for three performances on December 3 (7:30pm) and December 4 (2:00pm & 7:30pm). This beloved holiday film features renowned composer John Williams’s delightful score performed live to picture by the TSO, conducted by Scott Terrell.
A creative collaboration between The Toronto Zoo and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) will bring young audiences into the intriguing sounds of animals by illuminating them with performances by TSO musicians.
After 18 long months of rehearsing virtually and separately, the members of the 2021/22 TSYO were thrilled to meet in person for their first rehearsal of the season on Saturday, September 25.
What do works by one of the world’s most revered German composers, a symphony by an 18th-century Black French composer (and champion fencer), and a soulful and poignant song depicting African American life in the early 1900s, have in common? They’re all part of this delightful and illuminating program for TSO Live Stream: Gimeno’s Homecoming on October 14.
What makes the relationship between conductors and musicians so special? Four TSO musicians weigh in.
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