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

One of Canada’s most respected arts organizations, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) is celebrating its Centennial in 2022/23, and has played a vital role in the city’s dynamic cultural life for 100 years. Music Director Gustavo Gimeno brings an expansive artistic vision, intellectual curiosity, and sense of adventure to programming the 93-musician Orchestra. The TSO is committed to serving local and national communities through vibrant performances, extensive educational activities, and impactful community relationships. It has a notable recording and broadcast history and has been celebrated internationally during its many tours. The TSO remains synonymous with musical versatility, growth, and artistic distinction.


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