Toronto Symphony Orchestra goes on tour

Calling all snowbirds: the Toronto Symphony Orchestra is.


Calling all snowbirds: the Toronto Symphony Orchestra is coming to you this winter. 

Starting in January, the TSO and music director Peter Oundjian will embark on a five-city tour of Florida, with stops in West Palm Beach, Naples, Miami, Daytona Beach and Gainesville.

The repertoire features TSO staples like Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 and Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 1 (played by Canadian pianist Jan Lisiecki), as well as Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade, John Estacio’s Wondrous Light and Tchaikovsky’s Polonaise (from Eugene Onegin) and Symphony No. 6, the Pathétique. 

The TSO’s fifth tour of the Sunshine State kicks off January 3 in West Palm Beach and ends January 9 in Gainesville. Find out more at tso.ca.

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