Pianist Younggun Kim presents a solo recital of works based on other works, including Bach-Busoni Chaconne, Godowsky's Studies on Chopin's Etudes, and Ravel's La Valse. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park FreeFind out more »
COSÌ FAN TUTTE W.A. Mozart FEBRUARY 5 TO FEBRUARY 23, 2019 COC Revival Mozart's ability to treat the most profound subjects with the lightest touch is at the heart of this story about two young men who decide to test the loyalty of their lovers, sisters Dorabella and Fiordiligi. As the unusual experiment begins, nothing unfolds quite […]Find out more »
What makes great music great?® Rob Kapilow takes listeners inside the music: he unravels, slows down, and recomposes key passages to reveal the extraordinary choices that make great music great. With UTJO, Gordon Foote, director Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park $40, $25 senior, $10 student | BUY TICKETS ONLINE or call 416-408-0208 (U of T students admitted […]Find out more »
World premiere in partnership with Theatre Passe Muraille MUSIC BY CHRIS THORNBORROW| LIBRETTO BY JULIE TEPPERMAN DIRECTOR/DRAMATURGE RICHARD GREENBLATT CONTENT WARNING: CONTAINS EXPLICIT LANGUAGE AND DISCUSSION OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE. Three friends hit university — no parents, new friends, new rules, and a new normal. But freedom is complicated. Hook Up raises questions of consent, shame, and power in the […]Find out more »
The remarkable talents of the TSO’s Concertmaster and Principal Cello produce double satisfaction with this meaty concerto by Brahms. The folk-flavoured optimism and dancing energy that shine forth from so many works by Czech master Dvořák are on full, glorious display in the Sixth Symphony. Forming an impressive “super orchestra,” the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra […]Find out more »
Enrico Onofri, guest director and violin Embrace music’s power to incite human passions and unleash the force of Mother Nature. “Is there anything more powerful than music?” asks Enrico Onofri. The charismatic wizard of the baroque violin and close collaborator/teacher of Music Director Elisa Citterio makes his Tafelmusik debut with this concert exploring music’s role […]Find out more »
In 2016, the MSO took its first steps into the world of opera with a sold out, fully staged production of Bizet’s Carmen. The MSO returns to opera in 2019 with a fully staged production of La Bohème, Puccini’s passionate, timeless, indelible story of love among young artists in 19th century Paris. La Bohème will take […]Find out more »
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