Classical Comedy at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Calling all sneaky sleuths and would-be detectives! Who snuffed out the composer? Was it the shifty string section, or maybe the treacherous trombones? Every instrument in the Orchestra is a suspect! The Toronto Symphony Orchestra stars in this new family-friendly concert, The Composer is Dead. It is a hilarious whodunit comedy complete with classical music accompaniment that will keep the whole family laughing. The concert is roughly one hour in length, with no intermission.

There will be a special relaxed, sensory-friendly performance of The Composer is Dead on February 22 at 11 AM.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit their website.

When: March 1
Time: 2:00 PM | 4:00 PM
Where: Toronto Symphony Orchestra
Address: 121 John Street 2nd floor, Toronto

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