Toronto Centre for the Arts

5040 Yonge St, Toronto, ON, M2N 6R8 Canada
Toronto
Ontario
+1 (416) 733-9388
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Feb 24 2018 (Saturday), 08:00 PM
International musician Idan Raichel, well known and loved as the band leader of the Idan Raichel Project over the last 12 years, is taking a bold new move by returning to the audience solo on stage. After 30 sold out piano concerts, Idan will play acoustic piano, electric piano, percussion, drum pad & looper and even some chosen toys of his two young daughters, which he uses to create sound in honor & celebration of his new status as a father.
Feb 27 2018 (Tuesday), 07:30 PM
In conversation with Leonid Parfenov: a screening of the "Russian Jews. After 1948" documentary and Q&A. Please join us for a very special and intimate evening with acclaimed Russian TV journalist Leonid Parfenov, who will be presenting the final part of his documentary trilogy Russian Jews: After 1948 and will meet with the audience for a Q&A discussion after the screening. The film is presented in Russian with English subtitles, and the Q&A will be in Russian with English translation.
Mar 05 2018 (Monday), 03:00 PM
Light Classics
Mar 09-11 2018
Join us in celebrating Nowruz, the Persian/Iranian New Year, with a three day festival of music, dance, theatre, film, visual arts, kids activities, food, and bazaar. This festival includes numerous programming for children and features notable performances and events by prominent Iranian artists. The Tirgan Nowruz Festival is rounded out by a diverse marketplace that present Iranian/Canadian arts and crafts, artisan cuisine, and a variety of culinary delights, as well as a traditional tea house.
Apr 08 2018 (Sunday), 03:00 PM
TSO Conductor Laureate Sir Andrew Davis leads a hearty and varied program, anchored by Bruch’s beloved Violin Concerto No. 1, featuring violinist Ray Chen as soloist, and Sibelius’s towering Symphony No. 5. It also offers a sparkling fairy-tale overture by Mendelssohn.
Apr 10 2018 (Tuesday), 08:00 PM
Bach’s B-Minor Mass towers as one of the supreme pieces of music ever written and it’s a beloved work of Tafelmusik Choir and Orchestra. Whether you are a performer or listener, this piece captivates your heart and soul from the very opening notes of the Kyrie to the majestic close of the Dona nobis pacem. Time stands still as the energy of the Credo, beauty of the Benedictus, and glory of the Gratias inspire contemplation of life and the power of music.
Apr 22 2018 (Sunday), 03:00 PM
Gianni Schicchi by Giacomo Puccini
Apr 14 - May 06 2018
Writtenby Hadar Galron Directed by Liza Balkan Starring Rosa Laborde, Maria Ricossa, Carly Street & Theresa Tova Inside the secretive world of the ritual bath, eight women's stories unfold in this sensitive depiction of religious observance and evolving feminist consciousness. An insightful examination of traditions and ritual, this hit Israeli play explores the ever-evolving position of women in Israeli society. "Production of the Year 2004" - Israeli Theatre Academy Awards Please note: This play contains partial nudity.
Jun 10 2018 (Sunday), 03:00 PM
Symphony No. 1 in E minor Op.39 by Jean Sibelius Laura Chambers performs Flute Concerto by Carl Nielsen Selections from Peer Gynt Suites Op.46 & 55 by Edvard Grieg