TSO100: A Historic Season - Boilerplate

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This 2022/23 season, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra continues to celebrate 100 years of music-making and cultural stewardship, paying homage to the Orchestra’s illustrious past, while ushering in a dynamic future that’s reflective of the vibrant and diverse community it serves. Symphony-goers will celebrate all season long with Centennial commissions, marquee events—such as Celebrate 100: A Gala Celebration with Yo-Yo Ma and a one-night-only Return to Massey Hall concert—an incredible lineup of world-renowned guest artists, and the silver-screen-tribute Pops concert 100 Years of Epic Film Scores. The banner year will also see the Orchestra embark on their first tour with TSO Music Director Gustavo Gimeno, including a concert at Ottawa’s National Arts Centre, a return visit to Carnegie Hall, and the Orchestra’s début at Chicago’s Symphony Center.

 

 

TSO100 Timeline (PDF)

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About Toronto Symphony Orchestra

For over a century, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) has played a fundamental role in shaping and celebrating Canadian culture. Now in our 101st year, the TSO’s commitment to musical excellence and ability to spark connection remain as strong as ever. With a storied history of acclaimed concerts and recordings, Canadian and international tours, and impactful community partnerships, we are dedicated to engaging and enriching local and national communities through vibrant musical experiences. Music Director Gustavo Gimeno brings an expansive artistic vision, intellectual curiosity, and sense of adventure to programming the nearly 100-musician orchestra that serves Toronto—one of the world’s most diverse cities. As a group of artists, teachers, and advocates who share the belief that music has the power to heal, inspire, and connect people from all walks of life, we engage audiences young and old through an array of education, community access and health and wellness initiatives. The 2023/24 season marks the 50th anniversary of the TSO-affiliated Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra—a tuition-free training program dedicated to cultivating the next generation of Canadian artists. Join us for a concert at Roy Thomson Hall, or experience the TSO in your neighbourhood. Visit TSO.CA or newsroom.tso.ca.

Contact

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