Who could love the beast?
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra’s presents its rendition of Symphony no. 4 by Brahms and Scheherazade.2 by John Adams.
An opportunity to retrace the historic, geographic and cultural ties between Mont Royal and the Saint-Laurent River.
Stand on the podium and conduct the fountain in the Place des Festivals, like a real maestro!
An urban and trendy introduction to cocktail culture.
An exploration on our link to Justice and History, in the form of a theatrical sport where the spectators and actors are asked to play.
Bach’s music, a central part of this program, found its echo among the composers that succeeded him.
This exhibit include remarkable objects and works, selected for the history they reveal.
Mahler’s “Titan” is juxtaposed with Liszt’s Second Piano Concerto performed here by pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet.
A rich and varied roster of cultural and citizen-driven activities, every day and night of the week.