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You'll discover many new friends along the journey.
Join us for a night at the symphony this evening!
Roy Thomson Hall
Saturday, May 11 - 8:00 pm
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 5
MOZART: Piano Concerto No. 21
The electrifying British conductor Nicholas Collon has recently made memorable débuts with major European ensembles, and takes up the position of Chief Conductor with the Residentie Orchestra in The Hague, Netherlands, this September. For his TSO début, he conducts Beethoven’s most explosive symphony.
Israeli pianist Shai Wosner, whom the Washington Post has acclaimed as “superb,” joins him for one of Mozart’s most gracious piano concertos
Concert run time: 2 hours including intermission
We appreciate that our members have their own seating preferences and budgets. In response to this, we will ask that you purchase your own tickets at your choice of price and seating area. We will preserve the social aspect of the event by offering you an opportunity to meet up pre-concert or during intermission.
How to purchase tickets
Individual Tickets for this concert (https://my.tso.ca/single/SYOS.aspx?p=1779)
Richard will be seating in B10 in location L8, Balcony side.