62 Orchard Park Drive, TorontoFounded in 1975, this ensemble performs works by Canadian and international composers. Tickets $40-$45. Visit the website for show schedule
273 Bloor Street W., TorontoArtists of The Royal Conservatory (ARC Ensemble) are led by artistic director Simon Wynberg. Performance group composed of senior faculty
231 Queens Quay W., TorontoLed by artistic director Andrew Burashko, music ensemble performs concerts that bridge classical music with popular music, film, literature and
TorontoConferences, trade expositions, award shows and more featuring over 900 artists. Music legends inducted to the Canadian Broadcast Industry Hall
Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, TorontoThe largest producer of opera in Canada and one of the largest in North America. Performances take place at the
35 Carl Hall Rd., TorontoRadio station 102.1 The Edge presents its annual summer concert for rock music enthusiasts. Past headliners include Rise Against, A
35 Carl Hall Rd., TorontoA weekend of heavy metal and hard rock music. Past performers at this summer concert include Rob Zombie, Billy Talent,
50 Bloor St. W., TorontoA megastore of music with an extensive selection of alternative, jazz, blues, classical and rock CDs, to name just a
333 Yonge St., TorontoA megastore of music with an extensive selection of alternative, jazz, blues, classical and rock CDs, to name just a
274 Queen St. W., TorontoA megastore of music with an extensive selection of alternative, jazz, blues, classical and rock CDs, to name just a
2300 Yonge St.,, TorontoA megastore of music with an extensive selection of alternative, jazz, blues, classical and rock CDs, to name just a
1174 Queen St. E., TorontoA record store in the most literal sense, this Queen East outpost sells vinyl, and only a few CDs. Selection
3052 Bloor St. W., TorontoA great place to try out new digital pianos, keyboards and guitars even if you don’t have long hair and
909 Lake Shore Blvd. W., TorontoAnnual summer concert hosted by Toronto radio station Kiss 92.5, with performances by local and international pop stars. Held in
273 Bloor St. W., TorontoClassical music series for the whole family. Call or visit the website for tickets and show schedule.
80 Queen's Park, TorontoClassical music series for children put on by Mooredale Concerts. Sun. 1:15 p.m., single tickets $30.
197 John St., TorontoCentre dedicated to new and unusual music. Visit the website for more information.
27 Front St. E., TorontoChamber music performances featuring Canadian artists. Ticket prices vary. Call or visit the website for more information.
Harbourfront Centre, TorontoConcerts designed specifically for children, with post-concert refreshment. Complimentary Natrel milk and cookies post-show. Select Sundays 1 p.m., free admission.
TorontoOver 650 local, national and international artists entertain fans at 50 venues. Plus, the fest screens compelling music films, like