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Two more seasons for TSO's Peter Oundjian

Peter Oundjian is looking forward to two more seasons at the helm of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, but will probably be on his way after 2017-18. 736 more words


Love, Death and the TSO

Tonight was my first look at the Toronto Symphony playing under Peter Oundjian since their Florida tour.

On the trip I saw an ensemble who were playing with commitment and passion. 1,395 more words


TSO Stage Mozart Requiem

We were all invested with a sense of community. As I sat making notes afterwards, Joseph Johnson’s solo cello kept playing away, as though he didn’t want to go home. 711 more words


Violons du Roy founder Bernard Labadie prepares for emotional homecoming

The first diagnosis in Freiburg, the German city in which Bernard Labadie had landed on May 11, 2014 with what he took to be a flu, was mononucleosis. 1,292 more words


TSO warming up in Florida

Toronto has just had the coldest day of the year! Brr-r-r: except it’s only January 5th so that’s a crazy statistic.

I almost called it a “sadistic”because of course, as i look at the sky and wonder about cold weather, i’m really thinking of the Toronto Symphony in Florida. 201 more words

Personal Ruminations

Trans-Siberian Orchestra: Ghosts of Christmas Eve Tour - Air Canada Centre, Toronto, December 23rd, 2015

By Natalie Paterson
Photo courtesy of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra Facebook page

To close off one hell of a year, getting to see the Trans-Siberian Orchestra live was an amazing experience. 332 more words

Gallery Concert Review

Colours in Music Concert on January 18th


The Five Small Concerts present first-class, affordable chamber music for people in the GTA and beyond, and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra has been most supportive in our efforts to bring these concerts to the public. 137 more words