The Toronto Symphony Orchestra presents a particular finale to its 2020/21 season with a reside stream replay live performance, Sarah Jeffrey Performs Mozart. Initially carried out as a reside stream on March 25, 2021, for a small viewers of donors, the TSO affords Sarah Jeffrey Performs Mozart to the general public from June 22-29, 2021.
TSO Principal Oboe Sarah Jeffrey provides an beautiful efficiency of Mozart’s charming Oboe Concerto. TSO Concertmaster Jonathan Crow leads the Orchestra on this all-Mozart program, which options one of many composer’s best-known early works and one in every of his first acknowledged masterpieces-Symphony No. 29.
“This live performance is one other instance of how TSO musicians are main by their expertise and keenness for sharing music, irrespective of the circumstance. Right here, Sarah Jeffrey and Jonathan Crow carry members of the orchestra collectively in these lovely items for our patrons,” mentioned Gustavo Gimeno, Music Director, Toronto Symphony Orchestra.
Tickets can be found beginning Might 28, 2021. Digital live performance goers might watch the live performance at any time throughout the viewing interval, June 22-June 29, 2021.
To make these live shows as accessible as attainable, patrons will pay what they want to view the live performance, with pre-set pricing choices set at $50, $20, and $10.
For tickets, go to TSO.CA/livestreams/sarah-jeffrey-plays-mozart or name 416.598.3375.
TSO Sarah Jeffrey Performs Mozart
Obtainable June 22 – 29, 2021
Jonathan Crow, chief
Sarah Jeffrey, oboe
Mozart: Oboe Concerto in C Main, Ok. 314/271k
Mozart: Symphony No. 29 in A Main, Ok. 201/186a
Extra program notes: TSO.CA/JeffreyMozartNotes
The live performance is roughly 60 minutes in size, and options 25 musicians from the Orchestra.
This efficiency was filmed in strict accordance with COVID-19 authorities restrictions for performing-arts venues, prioritizing the well being and security of artists and employees. You’ll discover that musicians are carrying masks, there are plexiglass limitations between brass and woodwind devices, and all artists are two metres aside.