Jul 06, 2020
By Christine Ross
After earlier cancelling all concerts for this season, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra has announced plans for smaller events across Toronto.
The redesigned concerts will take place in communities across the Greater Toronto area including at Roy Thomson Hall, for smaller audiences to meet health regulations.
More information on the new programming will be available in early fall.
“As devastating as it is to lose our subscription season, we are also eager to find unique musical moments in our home at Roy Thomson Hall while we explore how music plays a role in city-building and the well-being of our citizens,” said CEO Matthew Loden.
The T-S-O projects the loss of $11 million dollars as the result of the pandemic.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, musicians and guest artists have appeared in over 100 virtual concerts and events for TSO audiences, receiving over 2 million views