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To wrap up the 2016/17 season, TSO Principal Bass Jeff Beecher asks TSO Musicians about their season highlights.
 
Singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith discusses his collaboration with the TSO. Plus, pianist James Rhodes shares his work on a new documentary about Glenn Gould.
 
Principal Trumpet Andrew McCandless discusses the role of an orchestral musician in 2017. Plus, Canadian countertenor Daniel Taylor speaks with Kathleen Kajioka about Orff's Carmina Burana.
 
Stage director Joel Ivany introduces his new semi-staged adaptation of Kurt Weill's The Seven Deadly Sins. Plus, soloist Wallis Giunta describes the genesis of the production.
 
TSO Principal Pops Conductor Steven Reineke introduces a special program of music by Ella Fitzgerald. Plus, jazz vocalist Heather Bambrick on singing Canadian pop tunes with the Orchestra.
 
TSO Principal Bass Jeff Beecher checks in from the final stop of TSO's Tour of Israel & Europe. Plus, Concertmaster Jonathan Crow takes you inside Berg's great masterpiece for the violin.
 
TSO Principal Bass Jeff Beecher checks in from Vienna. TSO Conductor Laureate Sir Andrew Davis introduces this week's performances.
 
TSO Principal Bass Jeff Beecher checks in from the Tour of Israel & Europe. Plus, TSO Principal Flute Nora Shulman reflects on her time with the Orchestra.
 
TSO Production team Chris Walroth and Alaina Viau describe the challenges of bringing an orchestra on tour. Plus, Music Director Peter Oundjian shares details of the Tour of Israel & Europe.
 
Pianist Jan Lisiecki discusses the Schumann Piano Concerto and going on tour with the TSO. Violinist Maxim Vengerov shares his thoughts on joining the TSO on tour in Israel. Music courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc.
 
The beloved Canadian story The Hockey Sweater is brought to life through music in the TSO co-commissioned work of the same name. Plus, TSO Associate Principal Horn explains Howard Cable's horn feature Point Pelee ahead of performances of it this month at the TSO. Performance audio courtesy of the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra.…
 
Composer Christos Hatzis introduces his compelling evocation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest. Plus, pianist Lucas Debargue.
 
TSO Principal Cello Joseph Johnson discusses the Schumann Cello Concerto. Plus, conductor Thomas Dausgaard shares his passion for Mahler's unfinished Tenth Symphony.
 
Canadian violinist Karen Gomyo talks about her priceless Stradivarius violin and choosing a cadenza. Plus, TSO Assistant Concertmaster Marc-André Savoie talks about his role in the Orchestra.
 
Finnish conductor Hannu Lintu speaks about his appearance with the TSO. Plus, composer Magnus Lindberg introduces his new work being performed by the Orchestra.
 
Music Director Peter Oundjian sits down with TSO Bassoon Fraser Jackson for a candid conversation. Plus, TSO Viola Gary Labovitz on practicing the Alexander Technique.
 
Violinist James Ehnes shares the process of working with composer Aaron Jay Kernis on a new work. Plus, Daniel Okulitch discusses a new work by Owen Pallett. Both new pieces are performed as part of the New Creations Festival.
 
TSO Music Director Peter Oundjian introduces the 13th New Creations Festival. Plus, RBC Affiliate Composer Jordan Pal describes his new work, Iris.
 
Erica Procunier shares the process of writing the score for the new animated film, DAM! The Story of Kit the Beaver. Plus, composer Nicole Lizée talks about her pieces being performed by the TSO in March.
 
TSO Composer Advisor Gary Kulesha introduces one of Ukraine’s finest composers, Yevhen Stankovych. Conductor Sarah Hicks discusses leading film scores with live orchestra, ahead of TSO's performances of Disney-Pixar's Ratatoille.
 
Rob Kapilow takes you inside Haydn's London Symphony and What Makes It Great. Plus, pianist Garrick Ohlsson talks about Beethoven Emperor Concerto and wine.
 
Visiting conductor Stéphane Denève discusses the Faure Requiem. Plus, pipa player Wu Man talks about her upcoming TSO performance.
 
Peter Oundjian introduces the Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto program. Stewart Goodyear discusses the concerto.
 
Kathleen Kajioka and TSO Basson Fraser Jackson speak with conductors Victor Feldbrill and Alain Trudel about Canadian music.
 
TSO Music Director Peter Oundjian sits down with piano legend Emanuel Ax. Plus, TSO Violin James Wallenberg shares memories from his nearly 40 years with the Orchestra.
 
14-year-old Canadian pianist Leonid Nediak speaks with TSO Principal Bass Jeff Beecher about his upcoming performance.
 
Pianist Stewart Goodyear discusses Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1 with Jeff and Kathleen. Plus, conductor Nicholas McGegan shares his experience conducting Handel's Messiah.
 
Improv comedian Colin Mochrie discusses his appearance with the TSO this holiday season. Plus, Finnish conductor and violinist John Storgårds introduces the All Tchaikovsky performance.
 
Join Music Director Peter Oundjian for an intimate backstage conversation with the legendary Itzhak Perlman. Plus, Canadian composer Howard Shore discusses creating the score for the Lord of the Rings film series.
 
TSO Interim Chief Executive Officer Gary Hanson shares an important announcement. Plus, TSO Bassoon Sam Banks talks about important moments in his early career. TSO Principal Bass Jeff Beecher hosts.
 
TSO VP Innovation Adrian Fung reveals details of the Orchestra's Canada Mosaic programming. Plus, TSO Principal Keyboard and Percussion Patricia Krueger reflects on her more than four decades in the Orchestra.
 
TSO Concertmaster Jonathan Crow demonstrates Vaughan Williams' The Lark Ascending. Plus, composer Pat Carrabré discusses his piece, Inuit Games. Additional music courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc.
 
TSO Principal Bassoon Michael Sweeney has custom designed his bassoon and stops by to tell you all about it. Plus, backstage with Sir Andrew Davis at the recording session for TSO's new Messiah CD. Stick around for an exclusive preview from the new recording, release Nov. 18.
 
Peter Oundjian introduces The Decades Project at the TSO. Plus, TSO Musicians Shane Kim and Eri Kosaka take you inside Reich's Duet for Two Violins and Strings.
 
TSO Principal Percussion John Rudolph discusses the difficulty of Ravel's (seemingly simple) Bolero. Plus, conductor Lucas Waldin talks about concerts for young audiences.
 
Rob Kapilow introduces Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition and his series, What Makes it Great. Plus, Associate Principal Trumpet Steven Woomert describes getting winning his father's position in the orchestra.
 
Conductor Karina Canellakis speaks with (her former classmate) TSO Principal Bass Jeffrey Beecher about this week's Beethoven & Tchaikovsky program. Plus, TSO Principal Pops Conductor Steven Reineke discusses the Music of ABBA.
 
The legendary Renée Fleming sits down for a conversation with Music Director Peter Oundjian about changes in the arts over her career. Plus, TSO Principal Trombone Gordon Wolfe discusses the epic trombone solo in Mahler 3.
 
Concertmaster Jonathan Crow shares highlights from the upcoming season. Plus, composer/arranger/violinist Owen Pallett discusses creating TSO arrangements for the Polaris Music Prize.
 
TSO Principal Viola Teng Li shares why she spent the summer teaching in China. Plus, Music Director Peter Oundjian welcomes you to the season.
 
Travel backstage to hear Music Director Peter Oundjian look back on the season. Plus, TSO Musicians share their summer plans.
 
Legendary singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie discusses her career and performing with the TSO this week. Plus, TSO musicians reflect back on the season.
 
Second City comedian Allison Price chats about bringing comedy to the TSO stage. Plus, Second City Music Director Matthew Reid discusses combining music and comedy.
 
RBC Affiliate Composer Jordan Pal discusses his latest piece, City in Colour, which is premiered by the TSO this week. It includes a special instrument called the handpan. Plus, Peter Oundjian looks ahead to the rest of the season.
 
James Ehnes discusses his cross-country Canadian tour, and the Elgar Violin Concerto. Plus, Jonathan Crow speaks about the TSO Chamber Soloists.
 
TSO Principal Flute Nora Shulman demonstrates a famous flute excerpt from Ravel's Daphnis and Chloe. TSO VP Innovation Adrian Fung discusses the Canada Mosaic project, celebrating Canada's 150th birthday in 2017.
 
TSO Trumpet James Gardiner shares a story of trumpet transposition gone wrong. Plus, Sir Andrew Davis speaks about this week's performances. Music courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc.
 
We speak with Associate Principal Viola Eric Nowlin about recording for famous Hollywood film scores. Plus, Principal Pops Conductor Steven Reineke weighs in on the genius of John Williams.
 
TSO Managing Editor & Musicologist Hannah Chan-Hartley outlines the story behind Shostakovich Symphony No. 13. Plus, Rob Kapilow on Dvorak Symphony No. 8 and What Makes It Great. Hosted by The New Classical FM's Kathleen Kajioka and TSO Principal Bass Jeff Beecher.
 
TSO Principal Bass Jeff Beecher explains why Brahms uses anout-of-fashion technique in his Symphony No. 4. Plus, MusicDirector Peter Oundjian on a Canadian Première at the TSO thisweek.
 
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