Address: 19 Trinity Square, Toronto, ON M5G 1B1
Phone: 416-598-4521 ex. 223
Music Mondays has served as a launching pad for emerging talent, and celebration of established local talent since its inception in 1992. Our pay-what-you-can lunchtime concerts take place in the warm acoustics of Holy Trinity Church, just steps away from the Eaton Centre, in busy Downtown Toronto. Our goal is to provide the highest possible musical experience to a pay-what-you-can downtown Toronto audience. Our audience includes office workers, tourists, retired folks, young children, the homeless, students and the musically curious. The acoustics of Holy Trinity are very special — warm and inviting. Please join us for this, our 29th Season. Bring your lunch — and a friend — every Monday at 12:15 pm from May 4th to Labour Day, September 7.
The Folks Behind It All
Ian Grundy, conductor, organist and harpsichordist
Ian Grundy received his early musical education at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto and the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. A student of Canada’s pre‐eminent organ pedagogue Douglas Bodle, former Organ Scholar of Trinity College Chapel, University of Toronto, and winner of the prestigious Heinz Unger Conducting Competition Mr. Grundy has had a distinguished career as a choral conductor and organist. For five years he was the conductor of the Niagara Symphony Chorus and has held positions as Director of Music at leading Toronto churches. He continues to maintain a busy schedule as a music educator, recitalist, accompanist and conductor. Mr. Grundy was the founding conductor of VocalPoint Chamber Choir, three‐time national finalists in the CBC Competition for Amateur Choirs. Currently, Ian is the Director of Music at Kingsway-Lambton Church, Toronto and Artistic Director of Music Mondays Concert Series.
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