Posts Filed Under: “Toronto Symphony Orchestra”
This week, the music of the movies; Toronto Fringe Festival hits return; outdoor eating and activities on the streets, beaches, and in parks; celebrations of Jon Kaplan, the Polaris Prize short list, and more.
How to maximize the scares this October.
50 years ago, Toronto welcomed its latest civic landmark.
The latest phase of the neighbourhood's revitalization officially opened on the first day of summer.
As renovations near, a look at the history of Massey Hall.
In today's Urban Planner: The Naughty Nutcracker,
Handel's Messiah, and The Write Club hosts a live-lit writer battle.
The MIT Media Lab founder talks about his symphonic scheme for Toronto.
Finding Communist "Reds" in the woodwinds and strings.
The landmark's evolution from a showcase of the province's achievements to a family amusement park.
In today's Urban Planner: See a series of shorts about the days of yesteryear, critically acclaimed musical
Avenue Q is starting a short run at Lower Ossington Theatre, and see a performance of Mozart's final piece, Requiem.
Behind the stage of one of Toronto's most loved music venues.
As a new treat for Toronto Halloweeners, the TSO turned Roy Thomson Hall into the city's newest participatory movie theatre, complete with popcorn, shouting, and even annoying viewers on their phones.
In the days leading up to Halloween, plenty of Toronto theatre companies are producing shows aiming to shock, titillate, and unsettle you. Our round-up of spooky seasonal performances.