Our 2017-18 schedule has been announced and tickets are now available!
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The Toronto Concert Band presents Musical Expeditions. The performance will feature music about places, journeys, and travels. With music ranging from Rimsky-Korsakov’s famous Procession of the Nobles, to Oscar and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! to modern works like Robert W. Smith’s Inferno (from the Divine Comedy), let the tcb transport you across the globe and by way of different modes, for an evening of music to kick off our third concert season.
Join us at the beautiful and intimate Glenn Gould Studio in the Canadian Broadcasting Centre in the heart of the entertainment district. Tickets sell out fast so get yours today.
Join the TCB on March 4th at 7:30pm for Hallelujah! – a celebration featuring Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s The Messiah, Copland’s famous Appalachian Spring, and the second installment of our season-long performance of Robert W. Smith’s The Divine Comedy: Purgatorio. In addition, we will play more from Copland, along with Grainger, Whitacre, Hazo, and more.
We are pleased to present our second “concert in the community” in Etobicoke’s beautiful Humber Valley United Church, at 76 Anglesey Blvd, just north of Dundas between Royal York and Islington.
2016-2017 Platinum Sponsor
Join us for the musical celebration of our nation’s 150th birthday, including works by Canadians Howard Cable, Matthew Morris, and Dolores Claman, along with other band favourites, and the final two movements of our season-long performance of Robert W. Smith’s The Divine Comedy: The Ascension and Paradiso. Our final concert of the 2016-2017 season at the beautiful Glenn Gould Studio, in the heart of Toronto’s entertainment district.
2016-2017 Platinum Sponsor
Join us for the first concert of the 2017-2018 season, which will be held at the beautiful and intimate Glenn Gould Studio in the heart of Toronto’s entertainment district. Winds of Change features music of change, including Sibelius’s Finlandia, Standridge’s Winds of Change, and I Dreamed a Dream from Les Misérables; music about home, including a Suite on Canadian Folk Songs, John Williams’ The Planet Krypton, Flight to Neverland, and Somewhere in my Memory; and Offenbach’s Ballet Parisienne; pop favourites from Journey, Lada Gaga, Wham! and more.
Join us in the acoustically superb Islington United Church for the works of Fauré, Sheldon, Zdechlik, and many more. Experience Divinum Mysterium, Gabriel’s Oboe (from The Mission), and a fun and exciting tribute to trumpeter Harry James, along with favourites: Holst’s Second Suite in F, Ravel’s Bolero, and Robert W. Smith’s To the Summit! (Strive for the highest).