Roy Thomson Hall and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) celebrate the festive month of December with many festive holiday classical and contemporary music concerts this year. It’s also an amazing idea for families who are looking for a clutter-free, experience-based holiday, so give the gift of music!
Christmas With the Clemons (December 6)
Join Pinball Clemons, one of the all-time great Toronto Argonauts, and his family to share their favourite time of the year, with musical performances that will definitely get you in the Christmas spirit! Proceeds support marginalized and racialized youth in the community through educational charities.
Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO): “Home Alone” In Concert (December 7-9)
There’s no need to scream… Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) brings “Home Alone” in Concert back to Roy Thomson Hall for the holiday season! This beloved family comedy about Kevin, a boy mistakenly forgotten at home at Christmas, features the delightful score by legendary composer John Williams.
Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO): Holiday Pops (December 11-13)
With the TSO Principal Pops Conductor Steven Reineke welcoming legendary Canadian jazz vocalist Molly Johnson and the Etobicoke School of the Arts Holiday Chorus, your holidays will be merry and bright with this symphonic stocking stuffed with seasonal splendour.
St. Andrew’s College: “An Andrean Christmas” (December 14)
Join the students of St. Andrew’s College for a magical evening of entertainment and revel in the Christmas spirit as you enjoy the Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band, Pipes & Drums, featured soloists and seasonal favourites.
Toronto Children’s Chorus: “Songs of the Season” (December 16)
Immerse yourself in the delightful melodies of the season as the Toronto Children’s Chorus (TCC) returns to the Roy Thomson Hall stage with their annual Christmas concert with “Songs of the Season”.
Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO): Handel’s Messiah (December 17-23)
Dame Jane Glover leads your Toronto Symphony Orchestra, along with soloists and the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, in exultant arias and joyous refrains, including the iconic “Hallelujah” Chorus.
The Tenors (December 18)
The international vocal group The Tenors performs operatic pop music with a festive feel in a mixture of classical and pop, including new songs and classics such as “The Prayer”, “Nessun Dorma”, “Forever Young”, and “Hallelujah.
Roy Thomson Hall and Toronto Symphony Orchestra: Holiday Concerts
When: December 6-23, 2023
Where: Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, Toronto
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