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GIVEAWAY | Enter To Win Tickets To See The Toronto Symphony With Emily D’Angelo

By Ludwig Van on November 13, 2023

We’re giving away two VIP tickets to see the Toronto Symphony Orchestra with Emily D’Angelo.

Emily D’Angelo,Toronto Symphony Orchestra
(l-r) Emily D’Angelo, David Robertson, musicians of the TSO

The Toronto Symphony Orchestra and Ludwig Van want to send you and a guest to see the TSO in a performance with Emily D’Angelo.

Experience Mahler’s intense, stormy, and passionate Fifth brought to life with your Toronto Symphony Orchestra under the baton of renowned American conductor David Robertson as he makes his TSO debut. Ardent Mahler admirer Alban Berg’s romantic and expressive Seven Early Songs opens the program, featuring one of the TSO’s 2023/24 Spotlight Artists, the exquisite Canadian mezzo-soprano Emily D’Angelo. 

What makes it so special?

Emily has firmly established herself as one of the most exciting and critically acclaimed artists of her generation. Her debut album enargeia was named one of the 50 best albums of 2021 by NPR, the best Canadian classical album of 2021 by the CBC, was featured on NPR’s 100 best songs of 2021, and received JUNO and Gramophone awards in 2022. She premières some of her work from enargeia later in the season as a part of TSO’s Brahms’s First programs, and you can also catch her with your TSO this November.


  • Berg: Seven Early Songs
  • Mahler: Symphony No. 5 in C-sharp Minor


  • 2 VIP tickets

Total prize value: $300 CAD (approx.)

The concert is on Wednesday, Nov 22, at Roy Thomson Hall. There is also an additional performance Saturday, Nov 25, 2023,

Enter HERE today, or fill out the form below!

Ludwig Van
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