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Celebrating Weddings at the Ontario Jewish Archives
Closes August 29
For nearly a century Manhattan’s most famous and exclusive hotel, The Carlyle, has been the epitome of Upper East Side elegance and a bastion of celebrity culture.
Arvo Pärt is one of those composers in the world whose creative output has significantly changed the way we understand the nature of music. Since 1976, his unique tintinnabulicompositions have established a new musical paradigm and introduced an approach to composing that he is still using today. And, although there is no school that follows him, nor does he teach, a large part of the music of the second half of the 20th century has been strongly influenced by Pärt’s tintinnabulicompositions.
The University of Toronto Faculty of Music is excited to participate in Doors Open Toronto for the first time! Visit the Edward Johnson Building at 80 Queen's Park Sunday, May 27 between 10 am to 5 pm (last entry 4:30 pm) for a behind the scenes look at the University of Toronto's home for music creation, performance, education and research. #DOT2018
Estonian Music Week in Toronto is a week long music festival, which celebrates the Republic of Estonia's 100th birthday. The festival is one of the official Estonia 100 national program events and has received support from the Estonian government. The festival will take place May 24-29, 2018.
TODAY’S MOST INNOVATIVE MUSICIANS BRING US FRESH NEW SOUNDS AND IDEAS.
8 CONCERTS. 5 DAYS. 21+ PREMIERES!
21C Music Festival 2018 marks the festival’s 5th anniversary. You will experience some of the most original music in the world, created by innovative composers and musicians from around the globe.
TICKETS AND FESTIVAL PASSES ON SALE NOW!
TICKETS START AT ONLY $21!
21C 2017 KOERNER HALL CONCERT PASS: $149
21C 2017 FULL FESTIVAL PASS: SOLD OUT
21C MUSIC FESTIVAL AT A GLANCE:
Scott Pilgrim, Captain Canuck, Nelvana, and Kagagi are just a few of the thrilling Canadian comic book heroes you can explore at the free Alter Ego exhibit, on display at the Toronto Reference Library’s TD Gallery from May 12 to July 29. Check out some of Canada’s best biographical and realist comic creators, and learn about the talented Canadians behind many popular superheroes, like pioneering Superman artist Joe Shuster. The exhibit was created by Library and Archives Canada and is presented by Toronto Public Library.