On February 16, 2017 we announced our 46th season!
Season subscription for our 2017-2018 season went on sale in February and were mailed out in mid August. Contact the box office if you have any questions – 416-366-7723
Quatuor Mosaïques open our season and our string series on October 19th with their Toronto debut. Celebrating their 30th season, they will perform Mozart and Haydn on their period instruments.
November 7th will be the opening of our piano series with Benjamin Grosvenor. This will be Grosvenor’s 3rd recital for us and we look forward to his return.
The Škampa Quartet perform on November 16th. This outstanding Czech string quartet has released 15 award-winning recordings and now is your chance to hear them live in Toronto.
Montreal pianist and first recipient of the Prix Goyer (Extreme Emerging Artist), Philip Chiu makes his Toronto recital debut with us on November 28th.
Our annual Gryphon Trio concert will finish out the 2017 calendar year for us on December 7th.
We start 2018 with the Brentano Quartet and soprano Dawn Upshaw performing together on January 11th.
Stephen Hough returns to our stage on January 23rd for our first piano recital of 2018. He will be playing a number of pieces by Debussy in honour of the 100th year anniversary of Debussy’s death.
The exuberant St. Lawrence Quartet return for their annual visit on February 1st.
Esteemed Russian pianist Alexei Lubimov joins us at the age of 74 with our February 6th concert.
The Apollon Musagète Quartet return on February 22nd. This dynamic, award-winning young quartet had their Toronto debut on our stage in November 2015. We are pleased to host a long awaited return engagement.
The Penderecki Quartet join us on March 15th. This 31 year old quartet has been the Quartet-in-Residence down the road in Waterloo at Wilfrid Laurier University for the past 20 years.
Hungarian pianist Dénes Várjon returns to close our Piano Series for the 2017-2018 season on March 27th.
And the final concert of our 46th season will be the Toronto debut of the award-winning Schumann Quartet on April 12th.
We look forward to having you join us!
Single tickets are now on sale. In addition to our regular tickets for $50 or $55, we also have $10 student tickets. These can be purchased for full time students. An accompanying non-student can purchase a regular ticket at the same time for half price. So parents, bring your kids. And grown up students, bring your parents! If you are between the ages of 18 and 35 and not a student, take advantage of our pay your age tickets available for any of our concerts. Student tickets and pay your age tickets need to be purchased in person or via phone at 416-366-7723.
For more information on the individual concerts, please visit our website here http://music-toronto.com/season.htm