from Nov 13 2016 to Feb 25 2017
Toronto CAVEMAN was brought to you by I Love It Productions and Theatre Mogul. Producer : Pavlik Pravtchev Director: Pavlik Pravtchev Stage Design: Mariola Konova-Genova Ivan Mastagarkov Artist: Jorge Kolev Music : Youri Stoykov
Feb 25 2017 (Saturday), 08:00 PM
Ottawa’s celebrated National Arts Centre Orchestra makes a welcome visit. Their program offers two works by Sir William Walton: the dynamic Symphony No. 1 and the picturesque score for Sir Laurence Olivier’s film version of Shakespeare’s Henry V. Plus, legendary Spanish guitarist Pepe Romero joins the Orchestra in a performance of Concierto de Aranjuez by Joaquin Rodrigo.
Feb 25 2017 (Saturday), 02:00 PM
Lights, camera, orchestra! Join us for a fun film-themed concert as the Toronto Symphony Orchestra joins forces with the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) to explore the magic of movies and music, including a newly commissioned short film (Kjell Boersma) with accompanying live orchestra score (Erica Procunier). Plus, hear best-loved tunes from Star Wars, Mission: Impossible, Jaws, and more! Arrive early for a pre-concert performance in the lobby.
Feb 23-26 2017
From collectors and curators, to gallerists and designers, visitors can explore and discover works of art from over 250 top contemporary artists from Canada and abroad. This is a unique opportunity to meet and buy art directly from artists at Toronto’s favourite art fair.
Jan 17 - Feb 26 2017
For over sixty years, Queen Elizabeth II has met with each Prime Minister in a private weekly meeting. This meeting is known as The Audience. No one knows what they discuss, not even their spouses. Canada’s very own television, screen and stage star, Fiona Reid will take the throne in this riveting new play by Peter Morgan, the writer of the Academy Award®-nominated film, The Queen.
Jan 16 - Feb 27 2017
Meet other parents and caregivers and enjoy adult learning and conversation in a baby-friendly atmosphere! With a ROM Teacher as your guide, you will explore a different gallery each week and discover extraordinary objects while your little one marvels at the new sights from their stroller or carrier!
Feb 27 2017 (Monday), 07:00 PM
Warner Music Canada recording artists Billy Talent will begin 2017 on a high note, heading out on a coast-to-coast Canadian tour that will take them all the way across the country. Dates for the 12-city tour run from February 16 through to March 6, with tickets going on sale on October 28th and 29th at www.livenation.com. Joining the band on tour are fellow Canadian rockers Monster Truck & The Dirty Nil. - See more at: http://www.theaircanadacentre.com/events/event.asp?event_id=1627#sthash.Xi1yKups.dpuf
from Jan 27 2015 to Feb 28 2017
General admission to the Museum is free to students attending a Canadian post-secondary institution every Tuesday.
Feb 28 2017 (Tuesday), 09:00 AM
Join us for the Annual ROM Research Colloquium and Vaughan Lecture, a thought-provoking one-day event highlighting our ongoing research and recent discoveries. Join ROM curators from diverse fields exploring the intersections of Art, Culture, and Nature, as we take you into the ROM's laboratory and collections and to the field. Ten-minute presentations delivered by our curatorial staff feature a wide array of topics. .
Feb 26-28 2017
Restaurants Canada proudly presents Hospitality Unleashed: the Restaurants Canada Show every year in Toronto. It’s the biggest event of the year for the hospitality industry!
Feb 28 2017 (Tuesday), 06:00 PM
Katie Telford has had an amazing career which includes providing senior counsel on a wide range of federal and provincial issues to non-profit organizations, the private and public sectors, the Liberal Party of Canada and the Ontario Liberal Party. We are really looking forward to having her speak at our event, and do hope you can join us.
Mar 02 2017 (Thursday), 12:00 PM
The 70-voice Mendelssohn Singers is formed from the ranks of the much larger (150-voice) Toronto Mendelssohn Choir whose formidable history goes back more than 100 years. The Singers made their debut in 2003 and have since made regular guest appearances with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and many other acclaimed ensembles. Noel Edison is the conductor for both the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir and Mendelssohn Singers as well as the 20-voice Elora Festival Singers, who form the core of the two larger choirs.
Mar 04 2017 (Saturday), 08:00 PM
This program ranges from an imposing work for piano and orchestra by Jörg Widmann to the World Premières of works by the TSO’s RBC Affiliate Composer Jordan Pal and the astonishing throat singer and 2014 Polaris Music Prize–winner Tanya Tagaq, written with Christine Duncan and Jean Martin, with orchestrations by Christopher Mayo.
Mar 03-05 2017
The Canadian Children’s Opera Company presents a special 75th Anniversary production of Brundibár, by Czech composer Hans Krása.
Mar 03-05 2017
World’s largest Bicycle Consumer Show! Best Place to buy! See the newest products with the best selection offered all under one roof Extreme action events daily!
from Sep 03 2016 to Mar 05 2017
The ROM’s new exhibition, Art, Honour, and Ridicule: Asafo Flags from Southern Ghana takes a historical and contemporary look at Asafo flags. These flags are the insignia created for the numerous military Asafo companies of the Fante states along the coast of Southern Ghana. Historically, Asafo companies were in charge of the safety and protection of the local community as well as warfare. Today they act as the vibrant core of local communities. Their flags depict narratives of pride, wisdom, and defiant messages to enemies and are sacred objects depicting the spirit and history of a company.
Mar 05 2017 (Sunday), 03:00 PM
Considered one of the finest ensembles in North America, the BSO was founded in 1881. Tanglewood, its summer festival in northwestern Massachusetts, is the most prestigious of its kind on the continent, and includes a highly-respected training program. Latvian-born rising-star conductor Andris Nelsons became the artistic head of the organization at the start of the 2014-15 season and will lead the Orchestra in this rare and not-to-be-missed Toronto performance.
Mar 05 2017 (Sunday), 07:30 PM
Ariana Grande-Butera, known professionally as Ariana Grande, is an American singer and actress. She began her career in the Broadway musical 13, before landing the role of Cat Valentine on the Nickelodeon television series Victorious in 2009.
Feb 14 - Mar 07 2017, 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Learn to slow down the body and mind. Be inspired by a selection of artworks in the galleries each week and respond to them with slow yoga movements and meditative techniques. This class will inform a new way of looking at art and centring within our unique gallery spaces.
Mar 08 2017 (Wednesday), 08:00 PM
Superstar violinist James Ehnes performs a concerto that Pulitzer Prize–winner Aaron Jay Kernis wrote especially for him. Festival curator Owen Pallett offers his latest piece, and you’ll hear a new work by Mica Levi, whose score for the film Under the Skin played a vital role in its success.Harry Stafylakis: Shadows Radiant [2']
Mar 11 2017 (Saturday), 07:30 PM
New music rock stars the Kronos Quartet add to their 800-plus world premières with Nicole Lizée’s Concerto, a wild and imaginative rave for this rare combination of instruments. Also on the program are daring works by Canada’s Cassandra Miller and Iceland’s Daníel Bjarnason.
Mar 16 2017 (Thursday), 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Feb 10 - Mar 17 2017
From February 10 to March 17, enjoy discounted admission from 5:30 - 10 pm, and roam the galleries, or check out our newest special exhibition! Plus, head up to the exclusive c5 lounge and treat yourself to drinks, snacks, live performances and a spectacular view of the Toronto skyline.
Mar 10-19 2017
Get connected with an audience of over 185,000 consumers at North America's largest home and garden event, the National Home Show presented by RE/MAX and co-located with Canada Blooms, display of innovative products, new ideas & great deals for all things home & garden with over 700 retailers & industry experts.
Mar 10-19 2017
Canada Blooms was founded in 1996 by the Garden Club of Toronto and Landscape Ontario. Today, it is the largest flower and garden festival in the country, celebrating the very best in Canadian gardening and floral design!
Mar 22 2017 (Wednesday), 08:00 PM
Maestro Hannu Lintu interprets Beethoven’s glorious “Pastoral” symphony, a leisurely stroll through the countryside. He also presents two absorbing works by his fellow Finns: gems from Sibelius’s incidental score for Shakespeare’s romantic fantasy, and Lindberg’s intense trio of interrogations drawn from more than 200 years of international political history.
Mar 25 2017 (Saturday), 02:00 PM
This enduring children’s classic, performed by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and Canada's renowned Platypus Theatre, tells the story of a rare and silent bird who lives in hiding. One day, her life is forever changed when she meets a magician who takes her on a musical journey through the history of western music in search of the perfect song.
Mar 28 2017 (Tuesday), 07:00 PM
Discover the complex, multi-layered meanings of jade, and why it has played a key role in Chinese psyche and society.
Mar 29 2017 (Wednesday), 07:30 PM
Indiana Jones’s screen début takes on a new dimension of excitement when you experience it with the TSO playing John Williams’s score live! Every march is grander and every chase makes the heart beat faster, as Indy battles Nazis to find the all-powerful Ark of the Covenant.
Mar 30 2017 (Thursday), 07:00 PM
LOS ANGELES (December 12, 2016) – Multi-platinum-selling artists, multiple Grammy Award®-winners and music icons, Lionel Richie and very special guest Mariah Carey announced today they will tour together for the first time ever on the ALL THE HITS TOUR.
Apr 01 2017 (Saturday), 07:30 PM
The Olympian beauties of Beethoven’s Violin Concerto find an ideal interpreter in Karen Gomyo, who’s been praised in the Chicago Tribune as a “first-rate artist of real musical command.” Conductor Robert Trevino revels in the sparkling dances and vivid characters of Stravinsky’s Russian fairground ballet, Petrouchka.
from Dec 08 2016 to Apr 02 2017
Creating art that is equal parts poetic, political, beautiful and absurd, Francis Alÿs (Belgian, born 1959) engages directly with urgent social issues, from the war in Afghanistan to border politics around the world. Organized in conjunction with the Museo Tamayo in Mexico City and making its only Canadian stop in Toronto, A Story of Negotiation surveys some of Alÿs’s most significant projects of the last two decades. At the centre of this exhibition are three films: Tornado (2000–10), an encounter with dust devils to the south of Mexico City; Don’t Cross the Bridge Before You Get to the River (2008), an intervention across the Strait of Gibraltar, which separates Africa and Europe; and REEL-UNREEL (2011), a wry look at the depiction of Afghanistan in the Western media. Each of these large-scale video works is amplified by a selection of Alÿs’ paintings and drawings. Numbering over 100, these intimately-scaled panels form a bridge across his practice, exploring the tension between politics and poetics and connecting his performative actions with his love of the handmade.
Mar 28 - Apr 02 2017
The live and live-streamed Festival will present over 40 dancers from Canada and India and feature the classical and contemporary dance styles of Bharatanatyam, Odissi, Kathak, Chhau, and Modern over the course of the six days.
Apr 03 2017 (Monday)
John Clayton Mayer is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer. He was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and raised in nearby Fairfield.
Apr 06 2017 (Thursday), 08:00 PM
The dynamic Danish maestro Thomas Dausgaard gives you the rare opportunity to experience Mahler’s “last will and testament”, the fiery and hauntingly sublime Symphony No. 10, in the version completed by eminent music scholar Deryck Cooke. The TSO’s brilliant Principal Cello, Joseph Johnson, takes the spotlight in Schumann’s poetic concerto.
Apr 04-08 2017
Kitt Johnson is one of Denmark’s most acclaimed dancer-choreographers. In her work, where imagination determines outward expression, expressionism and virtuosity find rare harmony. Her solo, Rankefod, is widely considered one of the most important Danish dance works of this century. As a performer, Johnson appears capable of movements that have their source in pre-conscious, biological intention. In Rankefod – the Danish word for barnacles – she distils movement from the far corners of the natural world. Her translation of this vocabulary onto the human body is so successful, so seamless, that humanity itself appears insubstantial. As it flickers, dissolves and reforms, Homo sapiens registers as a simple biological dance move performed by something much older and deeper.