Announcing U of T Music's 2019-2020 Season of Events
We're excited to share our 2019-2020 season of events! Download the 2019-2020 Notes brochure (PDF) for over 150 concerts and events that highlight the Faculty's extraordinary mission to change the world through music. Last year we marked the 100th anniversary of the Faculty of Music at the University of Toronto. We hope you will join us this season as we begin our next 100 years!
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Highlights of the 2019-20 Season
Thursdays at Noon, our signature free lunchtime concert series, honours the past, celebrates the present and embraces the future with a fantastic lineup starting with season opener the Gryphon Trio on September 12; A stellar lineup of visiting artists includes master classes with singers Barbara Hannigan, Tamara Wilson and Eric Owens, Rob Kapilow’s What Makes It Great?® series featuring the U of T Symphony Orchestra, U of T Jazz Orchestra, and Rolston String Quartet with U of T Strings, the 10-day New Music Festival featuring guest composer, pianist and arranger André Mehmari, pianist and composer Kris Davis, and many more; U of T Opera’s major productions of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro and the Canadian premiere of Jonathan Dove’s Mansfield Park, based on the novel by Jane Austen; Chamber music series featuring phenomenal duos, guest artist and faculty collaborations, and the return of quartet-in-residence the Calidore String Quartet; and Dozens of large and small ensemble concerts from our choral, voice, early music, instrumental, jazz and world music areas featuring diverse guest artists and special collaborations.
Photo of U of T Opera's La finta giardiniera (2019) by Richard Lu.
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Whole Note Magazine is always a good bet for information on current and upcoming performances in and around Toronto.
Blog TO’s Best Jazz Bars and Where.ca’s Best Jazz Clubs also have up to date information on jazz venues and shows, and if you are planning to be here in the early summer, consider the Toronto Jazz Festival… considered one of the world’s best.
Music around every corner…
We are very proud to be part of our UofT —a vibrant university community located in an amazing city with global reach.
UofT is a leader in research and teaching, an intellectual environment unmatched in depth and breadth.
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We are a dynamic community of scholars, composers, performers & educators.
UofT Music is a proud part of Canada’s highest-ranked research-intensive university and a community where our range of musical styles is supported and inspired by the musical cultures of our city. With renowned musician teachers and a great library collection, we have our great Moments & Outcomes and we’ll help you have yours.
Join us at one of our 600 Concerts & Events.
Our season is well underway… and there is so much to choose from!
Please check Notes for more information about many of our events and performances.
We hope to see you soon …