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“There is very little that can diminish a musician’s drive to perform,” said TSO Concertmaster Jonathan Crow.
The devastating impact of the pandemic on seniors living in long-term care homes left the TSO asking the question: how can we help?
You could call David Hallman the TSO’s Superfan. Over the past six months, David has engaged with every one of the TSO’s virtual offerings.
When Gustavo Gimeno was in Toronto conducting Daphnis et Chloé last October, he could not have imagined what the remainder of the season would bring.
I am delighted to celebrate the launch of Noteworthy, our hub for all the latest news from your Toronto Symphony Orchestra.
As part of its resolute commitment to perform for GTA audiences, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) is collaborating with CityView Drive-In for three live performances this October (7, 16 & 17).
It's not quite the way Gustavo Gimeno planned to launch his tenure as the Orchestra’s 11th Music Director, but he has been hard at work shaping how Torontonians will experience the TSO this year.
Visual art and music will dance together as TSO musicians perform at the Art Gallery of Ontario. For six Fridays, the TSO will be part of their AGO Live series in Walker Court and in Galleria Italia.
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