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News release ~ for immediate release ~ April 9, 2018
‘PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION’ AT SINFONIA TORONTO’S SEASON FINALE 

Music Director Nurhan Arman and Sinfonia Toronto will wrap up the orchestra’s 19th season in grand style on Friday, May 4, at 8 pm in George Weston Recital Hall of the Toronto Centre for the Arts. The program will feature young Toronto piano virtuoso Anastasia Rizikov in Dvorak’s beloved ‘Piano Quintet’ in an orchestral setting. The concert will also feature Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition’ arranged for string orchestra and Toronto composer Chan Ka Nin’s ‘Fanfare’.

17-year old Canadian pianist Anastasia Rizikov has already performed with Sinfonia Toronto, Toronto Symphony, Symphony Nova Scotia, Orchestra London, Michigan Philharmonic, National Philharmonic of Ukraine and many others. She has won first prize in many international competitions like the 57th Jaén International Piano Competition in Spain; the 13th «Giuliano Pecar» International Prize for Piano Interpretation in Italy; the Rotary Competition in Spain; the Bradshaw & Buono International Piano Competition (2009), which lead to a Carnegie Hall debut; and the Vladimir Horowitz International Young Pianists Competition in Ukraine (2006), among others. In Canada Anastasia won first place in both the Canadian Chopin Competition (2010) and the Canadian Music Competition (2007). 

Now closing its 19th season, Sinfonia Toronto has toured in United States and twice in Europe, receiving glowing reviews. It has released four CD’s, including a JUNO Award winner, and performs in many Ontario cities. Its extensive repertoire includes all the major string orchestra works of the 18th through 21st centuries, and it has premiered many new works. Under the baton of Nurhan Arman the orchestra’s performances present outstanding international guest artists and prominent Canadian musicians.  

Nurhan Arman has conducted throughout Europe, Asia, South America, Canada and the United States, returning regularly to many orchestras in Europe. Among the orchestras Maestro Arman has conducted are the Moscow Philharmonic, Deutsches Kammerorchester Frankfurt, Filarmonica Italiana, St. Petersburg State Hermitage Orchestra, Orchestre Regional d’Ile de France, Hungarian Symphony, Milano Classica and Belgrade Philharmonic. 

Tickets are $42 adult; $35 senior and $15 student. They can be purchased by phone at 416-499-0403  or online at http://www.sinfoniatoronto.com/

Details at a glance:
Friday, May 4, 2018 Toronto Centre for the Arts
PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION
SINFONIA TORONTO
NURHAN ARMAN Conductor
ANASTASIA RIZIKOV Pianist 
An amazing young virtuoso returns for more magic  
DVORAK Piano Quintet No. 2
CHAN KA NIN Fanfare
MUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition   Tickets: $42 ad; $35 senior; $15 student
http://www.sinfoniatoronto.com/ or by phone at 416-499-0403


Media release ~ for immediate release ~ February 2, 2018
SINFONIA TORONTO ANNOUNCES MAJOR SOUTH AMERICAN TOUR
 
Toronto - Today, Sinfonia Toronto announced plans for its upcoming April 2018, South American tour.  Music Director Nurhan Arman will lead the orchestra in six concerts in Argentina, Peru and Uruguay.  This will be the orchestra's fourth international tour.  The orchestra has toured in Germany (2008), Spain (2010) and the United States (2015).

In making today's announcement, Maestro Nurhan Arman noted that, “Touring is an important part of an orchestra’s life. We love playing for our audiences in Toronto and throughout Ontario, but we also want to represent Toronto and Canadian music and Canadian talent to the wider world, as we will in this upcoming tour.  We have chosen programs that will show off the skills and versatility of our musicians and composers and display Canadian creativity.”
 
World-renowned clarinetist Julian Milkis will be the featured soloist, joining Sinfonia Toronto for performances on the foremost concert series in each tour city's major concert hall.  The orchestra will open the Sociedad Filarmónica de Lima's season on April 17 in Lima, Peru; perform four concerts in Argentina between April 19 and 26, in Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Rosario and San Juan; and conclude the tour in Uruguay on April 28 in the spectacular Atlantic-cape city of Punta Del Este.
 
Maestro Arman has selected two unique programs for the tour.  Music by Canadian composers Marjan Mozetich and Chan Ka Nin will be featured together with works by Britten, Dvorak and Mozart. Clarinetist Julian Milkis will perform the orchestral version of Weber's Clarinet Quintet and a number of popular short selections.
 
The tour is organized and managed by the US-based agency World Touring LLC.  World Touring has promoted and tours orchestras, chamber ensembles and solo artists for three decades, with particular emphasis and success in the Far East, South America and United States.  Sinfonia Toronto's South American tour is supported by a Touring Project grant from the Ontario Arts Council.
 
MATCHING-GIFT OPPORTUNITY
Please join us in supporting this historic tour.  Thanks to a generous offer from an anonymous donor, special gifts of $50 or more will be matched dollar for dollar.  Please donate online through our secure CanadaHelps page by choosing the South American Tour fund, or contact Margaret Chasins at margaretchasins@sinfoniatoronto.com
 
TOUR CONCERTS
SINFONIA TORONTO / NURHAN ARMAN, Conductor / JULIAN MILKIS Clarinetist
Tuesday, April 17, 2018  - LIMA / Auditorio Santa Úrsula
Thursday, April 19, 2018  - SAN JUAN / Auditorio Juan Victoria
Sunday, April 22, 2018  - CÓRDOBA / Teatro Real
Tuesday, April 24, 2018  - ROSARIO / Teatro El Círculo
Thursday, April 26, 2018  - BUENOS AIRES / Centro Cultural Kirchner
Saturday, April 28, 2018  - PUNTA DEL ESTE, URUGUAY / Hotel Conrad
 
ABOUT SINFONIA TORONTO
Acclaimed as “A World-Class Orchestra” (review headline, Russelsheimer Echo, Germany), Sinfonia Toronto is one of Canada’s finest chamber orchestras.  Now in its nineteenth season, the orchestra performs its Masterpiece Series downtown at Glenn Gould Studio and in North York at the Toronto Centre for the Arts.  Sinfonia Toronto inspires Toronto students each year with its interactive ‘Concerts under Construction’ program, focused on presenting in high-needs schools.
 
Sinfonia Toronto consists of thirteen virtuoso strings.  They perform standing, in the tradition of great European chamber orchestras, blending each musician’s soloistic energy and passion into a brilliant ensemble style under Nurhan Arman’s inspired direction.
 
The orchestra’s repertoire includes all the major compositions for string orchestra from the Baroque through classical, romantic and 20th-Century works.  Sinfonia Toronto has premiered many new works, and has been recognized by the Canada Council for its commitment to performing music by Canadian composers.
 
A registered charitable organization, Sinfonia Toronto is supported by a board of directors representing many facets of the community, and by the efforts of its dedicated volunteers.  Its mission is to make the great wealth of string orchestra and chamber orchestra repertoire accessible to audiences in Ontario and beyond, and to create opportunities for young people and audiences outside traditional venues and metropolitan centres to connect music with their lives.  The orchestra has performed for thousands of people at festivals such as Nuit Blanche, Summer City Festival and Junction Arts Festival. It offers free events during Culture Days and has collaborated with cultural organizations from nine different multicultural communities across Toronto.
 
Sinfonia Toronto’s CD of music by Mendelssohn, Khachaturian and Shostakovich is broadcast frequently on Classical 96.3 and other classical stations.  Their world premiere of the rediscovered Bach aria ‘Alles Mit Gott’ is available on iTunes.  Flanders Fields Reflections, their Marquis Classics CD of music by John Burge, won the 2009 JUNO for Best Recording of a New Classical Work. Two additional CD’s, Hollywood Flute and Premieres(featuring Toronto violinist Conrad Chow) were recorded by the California label Cambria and are distributed by Naxos.
 
Sinfonia Toronto has concertized throughout Ontario. It has performed on the Barrie Concert Series every season since 2001, and was the annual Orchestra-in-Residence for Barrie’s Colours of Music Festival until the festival ceased operations.  It has played for regional concert association series in Brockville, Gravenhurst, Lindsay, Peterborough, Port Hope, Sarnia and Welland-Port Colbourne and at Queens University, and is the only ensemble of any kind ever to be offered a regular annual engagement on the Algoma Conservatory Concert Series in Sault Ste-Marie. The orchestra has also performed in Montreal’s Place des Arts, and returned to Montreal in October 2017.
 
The orchestra’s tour in Germany generated review headlines such as ‘’Sinfonia Toronto Inspires,’’ and ‘’Sinfonia Toronto Thrilled the Audience,’’ and their two-week tour of Spain was greeted with calls for encores at each performance, including a record-setting four encores demanded by the audience in Barcelona.
 
Sinfonia Toronto is supported by operating grants from the Canada Council, the Ontario Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Council.

ABOUT JULIAN MILKIS, CLARINETIST
With a unique, branded sound, a virtuosic technical ease and a musical imagination that has captivated critics and audiences alike around the world, Julian Milkis carries the rare honor of being the only student of the clarinet legend Benny Goodman. Mr. Milkis’ unique interpretations and artistry have earned him an international stature of a dazzling soloist, chamber musician, recitalist and jazz clarinetist, with performances at principal venues of virtually every continent, including the Far East, Europe and the Americas.   

His numerous solo appearances include The Toronto Symphony, CBC Vancouver Orchestra, State Symphony Orchestra of Russia (Gosorkestr), St. Petersburg Philharmonic, L’Orchestre Nationale de Lyon, L’Orchestre Colonne, L’Orchestre Symphonique Francaise, KBS Symphony of Seoul, Korea are only some of the symphony orchestras that featured Julian Milkis as their soloist on some of the world’s most prominent stages in New York’s Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Salle Pleyel, Salle Gaveau in Paris, Great Halls of the Moscow Conservatory and the St. Petersburg Philharmonic of Russia, Roy Thomson Hall and Weston Recital Hall in Toronto, National Concert Hall in Taipei, and others.

Aside from being an established solo artist, Julian Milkis is a sought-after chamber musician, having collaborated with some of today’s leading artists including Yuri Bashmet, Misha Maisky, Alexander Rudin, Polina Osetinskaya, the Borodin String Quartet and the St. Lawrence String Quartet, to name a few. A multifaceted musician, Mr. Milkis is one of the leading voices for his instrument in the field of Jazz. His treasured collaboration with the jazz pianist Dick Hyman - Benny Goodman’s old bandmate, who has transcribed a number of King of Swing's classics for Julian, and recently dedicated Ragtime Concerto for him – provides a rare and genuine insight into the golden era of Jazz.

With an extensive amount of music written for him, including a number of concertos, Julian Milkis has had the honor of working with iconic music personalities, such as Giya Kancheli and Olivier Messiaen. Mr. Milkis has recorded for Russian Melodiya, Warner Classics’ Lontano, the French Suoni e Colori, Sony’s Russian division CEAUX, Russian Seasons, and Brilliant Classics.

Julian Milkis performs exclusively on Yamaha Clarinets and Rico reeds. His busy performing  schedule during the next few seasons will feature concert tours with the Siberian Virtuosi in the United States, South American tour with Sinfonia Toronto, and returning to the Chamber Music Festival at the Rancho La Puerta in Mexico, where he holds a position of the Founder, as well as a Music Director. For several decades, Julian has been a great advocate of the Canadian music. Numerous public performances and recordings around the world have been sponsored and supported by the Canada Council.

Recently, Julian Milkis became the recipient of the very prestigious title of the Knight of Honour of Maltese Order, St. John Grand Priory. 
 
ABOUT NURHAN ARMAN
Maestro Arman has brought capacity crowds to their feet on four continents. Critics on both sides of the Atlantic have been unanimous in their praise.  Pravda hailed Maestro Arman as a "fascinating and striking musical personality," while the Broadcast Review in Prague reported "a spirited and nobly rounded performance."
 
Born to Armenian parents in Istanbul, he played his first violin recital at the age of 13. After arriving in the United States on a Disney Foundation scholarship, he concertized from coast to coast, appearing in major US cities as well as at prestigious music festivals in Tanglewood, Spoleto, New York and Florida.  After several seasons of leading US orchestras as concertmaster, he began a conducting career that has taken him all over the world.  He has appeared in France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Belgium, Spain, Hungary, Portugal, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Romania, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Lithuania, Turkey, Armenia, South Korea, Mexico, Brazil and throughout the United States and Canada. 
 
In 1982 Nurhan Arman moved to Canada to accept the post of Music Director of the North Bay Symphony and the Northern Music Festival. In 1987 he was named Music Director of Symphony New Brunswick which he swiftly built into a major regional resource. In March of 1993 Maestro Arman was appointed Principal Guest Conductor of the Yerevan Symphony in Armenia. In 1998 Maestro Arman founded Sinfonia Toronto, now considered one of Canada's finest chamber orchestras.
 
Maestro Arman has recorded for CBC Radio, First Edition Records, Educo Records, Radio Moscow, Polish Broadcasting, Czech Radio, KBS of Korea, TRT of Turkey, Lithuanian TV, Slovenian Radio and TV, Armenian Radio and TV, and PBS in the US.
 
Maestro Arman has served as an adjudicator on many prominent panels, including the International Fitelberg Conducting Competition in Poland, the Canada Council Conducting Competition and the Heinz Unger Competition. He has taught conducting at New York's Brockport Festival, at the Florida Festival, and in Canada at his own Northern Music Festival as well as the Royal Conservatory of Music.
 
Among many orchestras conducted by Nurhan Arman are the Moscow Philharmonic, Belgrade Philharmonic, Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma, Orchestra Filarmonica di Sanremo, Orchester der Nordharzer, Filarmonica Brasov Kharkov Philharmonic, Filarmonica Italiana, Vojvodina Symphony, Sergipe Philharmonic, Deutsches Kammerorchester Frankfurt, Bellas Artes Chamber Orchestra of Mexico City, Florence Chamber Orchestra, State Hermitage Orchestra St. Petersburg Camerata, Nordbohmische Philharmonie l’Orchestra da Camera Milano Classica, Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana, Orchestra Sinfonica Giacchino Rossini, Orchestra Sinfonico di Lecce, Orchestra Extremadura (Spain), State Philharmonic of Mexico, Orchestra del Teatro Olimpico (Italy), Lisbon Metropolitan Orchestra, Hungarian Philharmonic, Lithuanian Philharmonic, Volgograd Symphony, l'Orchestre Regional d'Ile de France, Bratislava Symphony, Bohemian Festival Orchestra, Pilsen Radio Symphony, Silesian State Philharmonic, Denver Chamber Orchestra, Armenian Philharmonic, Bucharest Philharmonic, Brasov Philharmonic, Filarmonica Moldova, Filarmonica Sibiu, Slovak (Kosice) Philharmonic, Radomska Orkiestra Kameralna (Poland), Orquesta da Camaro Amazonas of Brazil Deutsches Kammerorchester on tour at the Ljubljana Summer Music Festival, Karlsbad Symphony, Rivne Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano, Grand Orchestre de l'Harmonie (Belgium), Pusan Symphony, National Arts Centre Orchestra, Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, Orchestra London, Saskatoon Symphony and many others.
 
Among the major artists with whom Nurhan Arman has collaborated are André Laplante, Alexander Ghindin, Maria Kliegel, Measha Bruegergosman, Anton Kuerti, Janina Fialkowska, Corey Cerovsek, Lara St. John, Rivka Golani, Yuli Turovsky, Andrea Bacchetti, Aline Kutan and many others.
 
Nurhan Arman’s engagements during the last season included Witold Lutoslawski Chamber Philharmonic (Poland), Kammerorchester Arpeggione (Austria), Orchester der Nordharzer (Germany), Orquestra Clássica da Madeira (Portugal), Orchestra Pomeriggi Musicali (Italy) Sinfonia Toronto and others. Maestro Arman will continue the regular 2017-2018 season with Sinfonia Toronto as well as leading their April 2018 South American tour; in June he will return to one of his favourite guest-conducting engagements to lead Orchestra Pomeriggi Musicali in concerts in Milan and in the Lombardia region of Italy.

SINFONIA TORONTO
NURHAN ARMAN Music Director

Media release ~ for immediate release ~ January 31, 2018
SINFONIA TORONTO ANNOUNCES 20TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON

Sinfonia Toronto has just announced its programming for the 2018-19 season, the orchestra's 20th Anniversary. Next season Sinfonia Toronto will continue presenting its four-concert Downtown Concerts at Glenn Gould Studio and its three-concert North York Concerts at George Weston Recital Hall of the Toronto Centre for the Arts.  The orchestra will also present programs for schools in Toronto's Neighborhood Improvement Areas and will continue its annual performances for the Barrie Concert Association and the Algoma Concert Series in Sault Ste-Marie.
 
Music Director Nurhan Arman states, "I'm thrilled to see Sinfonia Toronto grow so dramatically since its inaugural season. The orchestra has expanded its musical horizons and has enriched the chamber orchestra repertoire with many premiere performances. Its musical impact throughout Ontario and beyond has been fascinating. Reaching our present level of artistic maturity is a testament to the flexibility of our wonderful ensemble. In nineteen short seasons we have been able to accomplish so much. By the end of this season we will have made two European tours, a South American tour and a tour to the United States. In Ontario we have performed from Sarnia to Sault-Ste-Marie and from Welland-Port Colborne to Brockville. We have recorded four CD’s, including a Juno winner.”
 
Sinfonia Toronto begins its 2018-19 season on Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 8 pm in George Weston Recital Hall with a concert featuring one of the greatest trumpet virtuosos of our time, Sergey Nakariakov and the brilliant Georgian pianist Maria Meerovitch. Season highlights include appearances by violinists Alexandre Da Costa and Andréa Tyniec; the North American premiere of Peteris Vasks’ Viola Concerto with violist Marina Thibeault Perso; Toronto composer Christos Hatzis’ Arabesque and the Canadian premiere of Alan Hovhannes’ Harp Concerto with harpist Valerie Milot.    

 
Program information
Saturday, October 20, 2018 8 pm Toronto Centre for the Arts
BEETHOVEN'S KREUTZER
SERGEY NAKARIAKOV Trumpeter / MARIA MEEROVICH Pianist
SINFONIA TORONTO / NURHAN ARMAN Conductor
“The Paganini of the Trumpet” and a superb pianist kick off our 20th Anniversary season with two brilliant favourites
MOZART Horn Concerto No. 4
SHOSTAKOVICH Concerto for Piano, Trumpet and Orchestra
BEETHOVEN Kreutzer Sonata  arr. Beethoven
 
Friday, November 16, 2018 8 pm Glenn Gould Studio
RACHMANINOFF 
ANNE LOUISE-TURGEON Pianist
SINFONIA TORONTO / NURHAN ARMAN Conductor
A Rachmaninoff favourite plus two lush late-Romantic masterpieces
RACHMANINOFF Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini  arr. Turgeon
BRUCKNER Adagio from String Quintet
BACEWICZ Sinfonia Canadian premiere
 
Friday, December 7, 2018 8 pm Glenn Gould Studio
VIVALDI & PIAZZOLLA The Eight Seasons 
ALEXANDRE DA COSTA Violinist
SINFONIA TORONTO / NURHAN ARMAN Conductor
Two x Four Seasons = two years of beauty, all in one night of spellbinding violin virtuosity
VIVALDI The Four Seasons
PIAZZOLLA The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires
 
Friday, January 25, 2019 8 pm Glenn Gould Studio
MOZART & MENDELSSOHN
SOFYA MELIKYAN Pianist
SINFONIA TORONTO / NURHAN ARMAN Conductor
Mmm... Mozart, Mendelssohn and a Marvelous soloist!
MOZART Quartet No. 7 in E-flat Major K 160
MENDELSSOHN Piano Concerto No. 2
MENDELSSOHN Chamber Symphony in F minor Op. 80
 
Saturday, March 2, 2019 8 pm Toronto Centre for the Arts
HARP STRINGS
VALERIE MILOT Harpist
SINFONIA TORONTO / NURHAN ARMAN Conductor
Ethereal Mahler, an eternal quest and a passionate personal testament by Shostakovich
MAHLER Adagietto
HOVHANNES Concerto for Harp and String Orchestra Canadian premiere
MOZETICH El Dorado for Harp and Strings
SHOSTAKOVICH Chamber Symphony op. 118a
 
Friday April 5, 2019 8 pm Glenn Gould Studio
BACH BRAHMS VASKS
MARINA THIBEAULT Violist / MARIO CARBOTTA Flutist
SINFONIA TORONTO / NURHAN ARMAN Conductor
Time travel - an enchanting journey through three centuries of melody
PETERIS VASKS Viola Concerto Canadian premiere
BACH B Minor Suite for Flute and Strings
BRAHMS Variations on a Theme by Joseph Haydn Op. 56
 
Friday May 3, 2019 8 pm Toronto Centre for the Arts
HATZIS & BEETHOVEN 
ANDREA TYNIEC Violinist 
SINFONIA TORONTO / NURHAN ARMAN Conductor
A Toronto icon’s picturesque, personal life story and one of Beethoven’s most genial creations
HATZIS Arabesque for Violin, Piano and String Orchestra
BEETHOVEN Sinfonia op. 127a
 
Ticket Information
Subscriptions at Early Bird prices are now available at sinfoniatoronto.com or by calling (416) 499-0403. Single tickets will go on sale on June 1, 2018 at sinfoniatoronto.com
 
About Sinfonia Toronto
Acclaimed as “A World-Class Orchestra” (review headline, Russelsheimer Echo, Germany), Sinfonia Toronto is one of Canada’s finest chamber orchestras. Now entering its nineteenth season, the orchestra performs its Masterpiece Series downtown at Glenn Gould Studio and in North York at the Toronto Centre for the Arts.  Sinfonia Toronto inspires Toronto students each year with its interactive ‘Concerts under Construction’ program, focused on presenting in high-needs schools. 

Sinfonia Toronto consists of thirteen virtuoso strings. They perform standing, in the tradition of great European chamber orchestras, blending each musician’s soloistic energy and passion into a brilliant ensemble style under Nurhan Arman’s inspired direction. 

The orchestra’s repertoire includes all the major compositions for string orchestra from the Baroque through classical, romantic and 20th-Century works. Sinfonia Toronto has premiered many new works, and has been praised by the Canada Council for its commitment to performing music by Canadian composers. 

A registered charitable organization, Sinfonia Toronto is supported by a board of directors representing many facets of the community and by the efforts of its dedicated volunteers.  Its mission is to make the great wealth of string orchestra and chamber orchestra repertoire accessible to audiences in Ontario and beyond, and to create opportunities for young people and audiences outside traditional venues and metropolitan centres to connect music with their lives. The orchestra has performed for thousands of people at festivals such as Nuit Blanche, the Summer City Festival and Junction Arts Festival.  It offers free events during Culture Days and has collaborated with cultural organizations from nine different multicultural communities across Toronto.

Sinfonia Toronto’s CD of music by Mendelssohn, Khachaturian and Shostakovich is broadcast frequently on Classical 96.3 and other classical stations. Their world premiere of the rediscovered Bach aria ‘Alles Mit Gott’ is available on iTunes. Flanders Fields Reflections, their Marquis Classics CD of music by John Burge, won the 2009 JUNO for Best Recording of a New Classical Work. Two additional CD’s, Hollywood Flute and Premieres (featuring Toronto violinist Conrad Chow) were both recorded by the California label Cambria and are distributed by Naxos. 

Sinfonia Toronto has concertized throughout Ontario. It has performed on the Barrie Concert Series every season since 2001, and was the annual Orchestra in Residence for Barrie’s Colours of Music Festival until the festival ceased operations. It has played on regional concert association series in Brockville, Gravenhurst, Lindsay, Peterborough, Port Hope, Sarnia and Welland-Port Colbourne and at Queens University, and is the only ensemble of any kind ever to be offered a regular annual engagement on the Algoma Conservatory Concert Series in Sault Ste-Marie. The orchestra has also performed in Montreal’s Place des Arts, and is returning to Montreal in October 2017.

The orchestra has been active on the international concert circuit. In April 2015 Sinfonia Toronto made its first trip to the US. The orchestra’s 2008 tour in Germany generated review headlines such as ‘’Sinfonia Toronto Inspires,’’ and ‘’Sinfonia Toronto Thrilled the Audience,’’ and their two-week tour of Spain in 2010 was greeted with calls for encores at each performance, including a record-setting four encores demanded by the audience in Barcelona. 

Sinfonia Toronto will launch its fourth international tour in April 2018 touring in Argentina, Ecuador, Peru and Uruguay appearing in major concert halls and on prestigious concert series.

Sinfonia Toronto is supported by the Canada Council, the Ontario Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Council.  


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Burge: Flanders Fields Reflections
Mendelssohn: Symphony for Strings no 7 in D minor
Khachaturian: Masquerade Suite
Shostakovich: Chamber Symphony in A flat major, Op. 118a
Williams: Hook
Barry: Dances with Wolves
Broughton: Triptych
Lau: Joy

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