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December 03 2013

Toronto Symphony Orchestra Annual General Meeting

2012/2013 Season

For Immediate Release: December 3, 2013 – Today, at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) Annual General Meeting, TSO Board Chair M. George Lewis reported that the 2012/2013 season began a multi-year transition to ensure continued outstanding service to the community while implementing a rebalancing of costs and revenue to ensure long-term fiscal sustainability. Efforts began mid-year with cost reductions through restructuring and the addition of redesigned revenue initiatives in philanthropy. While further progress is required to narrow the deficit and eventually return to an operating surplus, the program is demonstrating early signs of success with a $1 million increase in overall giving, a 21% increase from the previous season.


November 21 2013

Kick Off The New Year With The TSO!

January features the 10th Annual Mozart Festival, A Fairy Tale Family Concert, Favourite French Composers, and the Sounds of Simon and Garfunkel

November 20, 2013 - Mozart@258 Festival marks the Toronto Symphony Orchestra’s 10th annual celebration of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s birthday, with six concerts rich in the beloved composer’s music, from January 11 to 23, 2014.


October 28 2013

The TSO offers Tidings of Music and Joy this Holiday Season

December concerts include an all-Tchaikovsky programme, Dickens’s A Christmas Carol, Conductor Steven Reineke with a Pops Christmas, and the passion of Handel’s Messiah

October 28, 2013 - A concert awash with the music of Tchaikovsky will warm Roy Thomson Hall on December 6 and 7. Boston Symphony Associate Conductor, maestro Marcelo Lehninger, will guide the TSO through Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony, in which the composer sought to transcend the dark forces of fate and destiny. Cellist Narek Hakhnazaryan, awarded the Gold Medal at the 2011 International Tchaikovsky Competition at age 22, will join the TSO for Variations on a Rococo Theme, a work inspired by Tchaikovsky’s favourite composer, Mozart. For one night only on December 6, audiences will also be treated to a suite from one of Tchaikovsky’s most elegant ballet scores, The Sleeping Beauty.


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