The Harbourfront Centre has reimagined Summer Music in the Garden with a digital concert series.
The popular outdoor concert series has changed for the 2020 season with the announcement of virtual concerts that will debut online.
The name has officially been titled “Summer Music in the Garden at Home.”
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The concerts will bring together “a diverse range of musical styles and exceptional artists from Toronto and around the world.”
The first series of concerts will include both contemporary and classical line-ups.
The free concerts kick-off on Sunday, July 5.
“Our virtual concert offerings are a way of bringing the joy, spirit and community of Summer Music in the Garden directly to our audience’s homes during a time when we are unable to gather in person,” said Tamara Bernstein, Artistic Director, Summer Music in the Garden.
“I hope that people who discover us through these online performances will join us in person when we can once again present our free concert series in our magnificent home at the Toronto Music Garden.”
Here is the schedule for Summer Music in the Garden At Home:
- Ton Beau String Quartet (Toronto) – Woodworks – Sunday, July 5, 4pm ET
- Bor Zuljan (France/Switzerland) – The Humanist’s Lyre – Thursday, July 9, 7pm ET
- Flûte Alors! (Montreal) – Telemann: à 1, 2, 3, 4! – Sunday, July 12, 4pm ET
- Ramneek Singh (Toronto) – The Magic of Yaman Through Khayal & Cinema Thursday, July 16, 7pm ET
- Venuti String Quartet (Toronto) – No Boundaries – Sunday, July 19, 4pm ET
- Elinor Frey, Andrea Stewart, Mélisande Corriveau (Montreal) – Three Cellos Tie Some Knots – Thursday, July 23, 7pm
“We are very excited to unveil our new online platform, harbourfront.live, which will allow us to bring you the terrific programming you’ve come to expect from Harbourfront Centre, virtually,” said CEO Marah Braye.
“It is a pleasure to present this year’s Summer Music in the Garden concerts in an accessible way, and to launch harbourfront.live with this reimagined Harbourfront Centre favourite.”