Our 42nd season is starting!
We have an exciting line up for this coming season:
Th. Oct. 3 Jerusalem Quartet
Tu. Oct. 8 Arnaldo Cohen
Th. Oct. 31 Academy Ensemble
Th. Nov. 21 Miró Quartet
Tu. Nov. 26 Eve Egoyan
Th. Dec. 5 Gryphon Trio
Th. Dec. 19 Phillip Addis, baritone, with Emily Hamper, pianist
Th. Jan 9 St. Lawrence Quartet
Tu. Jan. 21 Marc-André Hamelin, pianist
Th. Jan. 30 Alcan Quartet
Tu. Feb. 11 Benjamin Grosvenor, pianist
Th. Feb. 27 Stephanie Chua, pianist
Tu. Mar. 11 David Jalbert, pianist
Th. Mar. 20 Arditti Quartet
Th. Apr. 3 Alexandre Da Costa, violinist, with Hélène Mercier, pianist
Th. Apr. 10 Parker Quartet with Kikuei Ikeda, violist
And we are kicking things off with a new venture. MTO will be delving further into the world of social media! We will be increasing our facebook visibility (https://www.facebook.com/MusicToronto ) and you can now find us on Twitter (@Music_Toronto). And we are adding in this blog!
Over the years, Music Toronto has evolved with the times and needs of our audiences. Of course there have always been performances, but those have changed over the years adding in the Contemporary Classics to showcase contemporary chamber music, and a Discovery series to highlight up and coming talent in the classical music field. As the 42nd season is about to start, we are evolving once again and adding this blog to our repertoire. Here we hope to start discussions about chamber music and all that it encompasses. Over the season, we’ll look at artists, composers, history, instruments, and anything else we can from a chamber music angle.
Welcome to our newest venture – Notes and Stuff! We hope you enjoy our postings and that you’ll join us in our musical conversations!