Music

Events listing

Toronto Music Garden Tours

August 16-September 27, 2017

Our popular garden tours return for another season! Learn about the garden's unique design and history on a free, guided 45-minute tour led by a volunteer guide from Toronto Botanical Garden.

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Phèdre

August 20, 2017

This melted-pop duo makes music for escaping with bright colours and psychedelic textures.

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Edwin Huizinga and William Coulter: Fire and Grace

August 24, 2017

Virtuoso violin meets folk guitar, as Edwin Huizinga and William Coulter perform Bach, Vivaldi, and traditional music from Argentina and Europe.

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A Symphony Conducted by Ken Hsieh

August 25, 2017

TAIWANfest Orchestra offers a feast for your senses in "Kanpai, Japan!" Joining Maestro Ken Hsieh is cellist Shih-Lin Chen, whose nimble hands excel with both bow and whisk!

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Music of the Soul

August 26, 2017

Music is a gift from the universe, born of rhythm and melody. Holding African drums and choral sheet music this group of Taiwanese seniors will rouse your soul!

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Identity of the Little Ones

August 26, 2017

MC Xiao captures the disappointment and resentment of today's youth upon reaching adulthood, and with a satirical venture into a child's imaginary world and his unique style, encourages us to hold on to the optimism and spontaneity of youth.

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Dwagie – Godfather of Taiwanese Hip-Hop

August 26, 2017

Described as “The Most Unprecedented Rapper in Asia,” Dwagie is an award-winning Taiwanese rapper and one of the founding fathers of rap in Taiwan.

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ten ten

August 26, 2017

ten ten is a Japanese music ensemble led by Aki Takahashi on vocals and shamisen. Together with Kiyoshi Nagata and Tony Nguyen on taiko drums and bamboo flute, the trio performs original music inspired by Japanese folk songs known as Min’yo.

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Hope Talk - Twelve-year-old Piano Sensation Hao Wei Lin

August 26, 2017

Often described as an old soul for his evocative style, Hao Wei Lin will share his story.

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Doo-Wops & Hooligans

August 26, 2017

Jimmy Hsu, a Taiwanese singer from Vancouver, is the champion of the 2015 Canadian Chinese Song-Writers Quest Singing Contest (SQSC). Joined by Torontonian bassist Vincent, guitarist Martin, and keyboard player Natalie, the group known as Doo-Wops & Hooligans is here!

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Hear Them Out

August 26, 2017

A wondrously diverse ensemble featuring Taiwanese-Hakka and Okinawan musicians, the band is joined by Misa's charming voice and imaginative blends of punk, psychedelic rock, and jazz in a medley the likes of which Toronto has never seen!

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lost n’ found

August 27, 2017

Formed by 6 young people from Hong Kong, lost n’ found is a Toronto based band with the desire to create music that belongs to their generation

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