Koerner Hall’s 10th anniversary will be an exciting one with diverse concerts that will make up the 2018-19 season! “These extraordinary concerts affirm Koerner Hall as the venue of choice for internationally celebrated performers. Its landmark 10th anniversary season will further strengthen the position of The Royal Conservatory as a leading concert presenter and global […]
Isabel Bader Theatre – Victoria University 93 Charles St W, Toronto, ON, M5S 2C7 Strings Attached Orchestra June 3, 2018 Solo for Duet: works for augmented piano and images Working with a tour-de-force of Canadian musicians, Solo for Duet draws inspiration from the films of David Lynch, Shakespearean sonnets, technical glitches and more. JUNE 19 – […]
2018 May 25 – 2018 July 7 Showing for the first time in Toronto, C O R N O & W A R H O L is a vibrant Pop Art exhibition celebrating the influence of Andy Warhol on Canadian artist Corno. The exhibition features Corno originals and prints, as well as one of the largest in the world collection […]
MAY 12 – JULY 29, 2018 TD Gallery, Main Level, Toronto Reference Library About the Exhibit Scott Pilgrim, Captain Canuck, Nelvana, and Kagagi are just a few of the thrilling Canadian comic book heroes you can explore at the Alter Ego exhibit. Check out some of Canada’s best biographical and realist comic creators, and learn about […]
A major retrospective dedicated to footwear designer Manolo Blahnik has arrived in North America. After traveling around the world and stopping off at locations including Milan, St Petersburg, Madrid and Prague, Manolo Blahnik: The Art of Shoes is open now through January 6, 2019, at the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto. Dedicated to the Spanish designer’s decades-long […]
The Party Starts After Dark. Get ready for another great season of Friday Night Live! Start your Friday nights on the dance floor with top DJs and live artists, or explore our stunning galleries with tasty food and drinks. Tickets for #FNLROM: May 4 – June 29 are available now: Buy Tickets Check out all […]
Join us on a walk through Yorkville and explore the transformation of one of Toronto’s most noteworthy neighbourhoods. During the 1960s, Yorkville was the Bohemian centre of the hippie and youth counter-culture movements. Today, it is a destination for couture shopping, fine art galleries, and celebrity watching.
Japan Foundation Touring Exhibition: April 11 – July 11, 2018 This touring exhibition “Tokyo Before/After” features 80 pieces of photography in two groups. The historical works shot in Tokyo in the 1930s to 1940s are displayed in contrast with contemporary pieces created after 2010. Before World War II, the city of Tokyo in the 1930s and […]
The TD Toronto Jazz Festival returns to Bloor-Yorkville this summer when it kicks off it’s 31st edition, running from June 22 – July 1, 2018.
Thu Jun 07 to Sep 03 Lobby Display Today, Japanese clay art is experiencing one of the richest and most diverse periods in its long history. Throughout 2018, three lobby displays, curated by Joan B. Mirviss, an authority on Japanese ceramics and a New York City gallery owner for 40 years, will feature the work of ground-breaking Japanese ceramists who […]