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The Value of Names

Studio Theatre

From February 19, 2015 - March 1, 2015

Presented by Teatron Jewish Theatre

In this comedy-drama, a daughter pays a rare visit to her comedian father, announcing that she is changing her name. After his humourous inquiry, she admits that she wants to hide her father's identity so she can get a role in a play on Broadway. What needed to stay hidden? What is revealed when the play's director makes a surprise visit? Subscriptions now available by calling 416-733-0545. 

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Winter Warmth

George Weston Recital Hall

February 22, 2015

Presented by Orchestra Toronto

Featuring the Hebrides Overture by F. Mendelssohn, J. Sibelius’ Symphony No. 2 and guest artist Mike Murley playing a world premiere saxophone concerto by Peter Togni.

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Masters Meet Rising Stars

George Weston Recital Hall

February 28, 2015

Presented by Sinfonia Toronto

NURHAN ARMAN, Conductor KARINÉ POGHOSYAN Pianist “Extraordinary” New York pianist Kariné Poghosyan makes her Canadian debut and Toronto's young virtuosi share the stage with master musicians. HOVHANESS Piano Concerto 'Lousadzak'  * Toronto premiere * Various concertos to be performed by the STARS OF NORTH YORK MUSIC FESTIVAL Tickets: $49 adults; $39 seniors; $19 ...

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Kiwanis Music Festival Showcase

George Weston Recital Hall

March 6, 2015

ED BOLSBY SCHOOLS COMPETITION AND SENIOR BAND CHALLENGE This year's concert will feature 6 outstanding performances showcasing the amazing music happening in our schools as well as 3 Senior Bands vying to win the senior band challenge! The Toronto Music Festival was founded in 1944 by Col. George W. Peacock of the Salvation Army and a member of the Kiwanis Club of Toronto. He was so impressed with a festival that ...

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The Barberettes

Studio Theatre

March 14, 2015

Presented by HYPR CREATIVE

HYPR CREATIVE presents FREEDOM MUSIC SERIES (FMS), to celebrate the 70th independence day in Korea. This event showcases some of the most talented artists from both Korea and Canada. To instigate new audience to Korean music, the music series reexamines the root of Korea music while introducing new and emerging artists. We are proud to announce our first artist, THE BARBERETTES, a female doo wop trio singing 50s and ...

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Toronto Northern Lights Takes Flight

George Weston Recital Hall

March 28, 2015

Toronto Northern Lights Chorus is pleased to present our 2015 annual spring show TNL Takes Flight. The 2013 Barbershop Harmony Society international chorus champions Toronto Northern Lights chorus will be presenting their 2015 annual spring show featuring Countermeasure. Please join us on Saturday March 28th for an exciting show. You can choose to attend either our matinee performance starting at 2:00PM or our ...

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Bare Bones + Up Front

The Gallery

From April 9, 2015 - April 30, 2015

Presented by Toronto Centre for the Arts

The Toronto Centre for the Arts is excited to bring back Bare Bones and Up Front this spring! The indie music series will take place over 4 Thursday evenings beginning April 9th. In the beautiful and intimate setting of the Toronto Centre for the Arts' Gallery, we will continue to give audiences a chance to see Toronto talent up-close and personal. Each night, you will be able to enjoy 2 very ...

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Olé Flamenco

George Weston Recital Hall

April 12, 2015

Presented by Orchestra Toronto

The return of our light classics concert featuring M. De Falla’s Three Cornered Hat, Capriccio Espagnol by N. Rimsky-KorsakovA selection of flamenco folk songs with guest artists Jorge Miguel, guitar and Lisa La Mantia, Dancer

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The Love List

Studio Theatre

From April 23, 2015 - May 3, 2015

Presented by Encore Entertainment

This clever and witty adult comedy takes aim at aging singles and contemorary dating services by imagining what may happen when one man gets the chance to order his dream date and actually have the order filled. Leon is pushing Bill to fins female companionship and as a birthday gift, presents him with a love list, purchased from a dating service run by an old gypsy woman. But the old warning about "Be careful what ...

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Baroque Misbehaving

George Weston Recital Hall

April 28, 2015

Presented by Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra

Aisslinn Nosky, Violinist and Guest Director “…she has chops that Eric Clapton would wish for on a good day.” – Boston Musical Intelligencer An orchestral romp directed by our very own Aisslinn Nosky.  Misdemeanours abound with music from Purcell's murder- and mayhem-filled Abdelazer, a Telemann homage to rowdy students, and Charpentier's incidental music for Circe – a goddess who turned lovers into ...

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