News Hub Subtitle


Email Club

Get insider access to Toronto Symphony Orchestra news, ticket offers, community programs, and more.

Sign Up

News Hub Sidebar Social

2021/22 Season Announcement

The long-awaited reunion between the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and its patrons is scheduled for November 10, 2021, with 30 dynamic programs running through June of 2022. The return to live performances will be defined by the leadership of Music Director Gustavo Gimeno, who will mark his first complete season on the podium, conducting 11 subscription programs.

Read More
In the News

Email Club

Get insider access to Toronto Symphony Orchestra news, ticket offers, community programs, and more.

Sign Up

News Hub Sidebar Social


Woodwind Players Are Professional Woodworkers

Who would have guessed that woodwind players are also professional woodworkers? TSO Principal Oboe Sarah Jeffrey and TSO Bassoon & Contrabassoon Fraser Jackson show us how it’s done in these time-lapse videos.

Virtual Performances

New Concert Series with Chinese Cultural Centre

TSO musicians engage with members of the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto in a new program that offers weekly online concerts and conversations bringing communities together.

Above: student Felix is amazed by TSO Percussion John Rudolph's performance during an online Classroom Concert.

TSO Musicians—Coming to a Classroom near You

The TSO’s online Classroom Concerts have reached over 5,300 students, in 200 classrooms and 47 schools across the province. Discover more about this inspiring program and watch the students’ incredible reactions!

CEO Matthew Loden speaks on stage of Roy Thomson Hall in 2019

Interview: The TSO's Resilience in Pandemic Times

CEO Matthew Loden speaks with SiriusXM's Andrew Krystal about the impacts the pandemic is having on the Canadian arts community, and how the TSO has learned to adapt by embracing a new digital reality.

A close-up photo of two members of the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra performing onstage at George Weston Recital Hall.

Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra’s Virtual Season Finale

Despite the challenges of this unusual season, our Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra members were able to give their final performance online for friends and family.

TSO musicians are shown onstage at Roy Thomson Hall, with a wintery special effects superimposed over the video, as part of Vivaldi's Four Seasons. A headshot of CEO Matthew Loden is in the bottom right-hand corner.

Reimagining Vivaldi with Special Effects

The special effects in Vivaldi's Four Seasons on TSO On Demand take you into the composer's world! Listen as CEO Matthew Loden tells us all about it on The New Classical FM. 

Virtual Performances
TSO Double Bass Tim Dawon plays for a TSOUND CONNECTIONS participant over video conferencing.

TSO in the News: Performances for Isolated Seniors

Seniors have been dancing and singing along to virtual performances by TSO musicians! Watch the extensive news coverage of our programs for older adults.

Leadership Notes
Default Image

TSO a Bustle of Activity Despite Stay-at-Home Order

We know that music can help everyone get through tough times—especially this current stay-at-home order. The TSO is a bustle of activity this month, with over 50 virtual performances being offered to our community throughout April.


Give to the TSO

The Toronto Symphony Orchestra is a charitable organization that relies on the support of its vibrant community to deliver outstanding programming and music education.

Donate Today


2021/22 subscription packages are on sale now! Subscribers get the best seats at the best prices, plus an array of exciting perks.

Subscribe Today

Email Club

Get ticket alerts for the 2021/22 season, exclusive behind-the-scenes content, special offers, and more!

Sign up for Email Club
Live Chat Button