Music and its
ensemble supports new composition.
of Time Ensemble,
with a 4-concert season, mixes classical, jazz and
experiments with other disciplines.
umbrella organization promoting local, creative, improvising
Canada's only full-sized orchestra devoted exclusively to
Dett Chorale is
Canada's first professional choral group dedicated to
Afrocentric music of all styles
producing opera, ballet and drama from the 17th and 18th
commissions and presents Canadian and international new
music, for dynamic encounters among composers, performers
perform on period instruments
New Opera Works
develops and produces new and original works of music
theatre and opera.
chamber ensemble specializing in the music of the Middle
Ages, Renaissance, and early Baroque.
For a much more complete list of music groups in Toronto,
consult Wholenote's online member's
And in other categories:
Canadian artist-run centre for performance art.
Victoria Street at Shuter, built in 1893 by Hart Massey is a
heritage site, (2753 seats)
250 Front St. West at John St., 341 seats, CBC Broadcast
Centre's concert venue is also a recording studio.
Gallery, in St
George-the-Martyr Anglican Church at John and Stephanie
Streets, is a centre for presenting innovation and
experimentation in all forms of music.
Thomson Hall, 60
Simcoe Street at King, seats 2630, built in 1982 as
Toronto's new concert hall, home of the Toronto Symphony
Centre for the Arts,
5040 Yonge Street (Sheppard or North York Centre subway) has
3 spaces for theatre and concerts: Main Stage Theatre (1727
seats), George Weston Recital Hall (1036 seats) and Studio
Theatre (200 seats).
St. Paul's United
Bloor St. W. at Spadina, is home to Tafelmusik and the
of Toronto, Faculty of
Queen's Park, south of Bloor, has two performance halls:
Walter Hall (seats 490), and MacMillan Theatre