Toronto Summer Music Festival brings outstanding classical music experiences to the city in the summer with a program featuring renowned Canadian and international artists in 26 mainstage concerts, plus masterclasses, free outreach concerts, lectures, and workshops. The 2017 Festival theme, Celebrating Canada’s Sesquicentennial explores the music of Canada and features some of the country’s renowned classical performers. In his first season as Artistic Director of Toronto Summer Music, Jonathan Crow has programmed a festival where the music of Canadian composers including R. Murray Schafer and Gary Kulesha, and new works by Carmen Braden and Jordan Pal, will be heard alongside repertoire from around the world that influenced Canada’s burgeoning musical scene. The 2017 Festival showcases an outstanding roster of Canadian and international artists including superstar Canadian violinist James Ehnes, the St. Lawrence String Quartet, soprano Soile Isokoski, the Rolston String Quartet, and the National Youth Orchestra of Canada. Visit www.torontosummermusic.com for a full calendar of events.
$20 - $80
Toronto Summer Music
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