All the King’s Love

All the King’s Love

November 6, 2015

8PM – Centre for Social Innovation Annex 


Join group of 27 for the kick-off of the 2015-2016 season! Featured works:

King Arthur Chaconne– Henry Purcell
Loved and Were Loved – John Burge
Symphony No. 4 – Ludwig von Beethoven
Theme and Variations – Alexander Glazunov

Special Performance by Dixon Hall Music School and Regent Park School of Music

We look forward to seeing you there!

Whiskey Tasting

What does whisky have to do with music? According to Eric Paetkau and group of 27, the answer is “quite a bit.” 
Please join us for an evening of musical and liquid enlightenment on June 25th at 7:30 pm at B.Street Condos (The Party Room, 783 Bathurst Street) as we taste and talk rye, bourbon, scotch and their connection to Ravel, Beethoven and Shostakovich. 
This is your chance to support the innovative work of g27, make new friends and learn how Shostakovich and Scotch are not so distant cousins! More details on poster below.

$50 (inclusive of alcohol)
$40 (excluding alcohol)

Build Your Own Symphony


Build Your Own Symphony

June 19, 2015

8pm – Trinity-St. Pauls-Centre

It’s a party and you’re invited! Not only are you invited but YOU get to choose the music!

Because group of 27 has some of the finest musicians in Toronto, they’re able to perform at the highest level even while sight-reading. Enjoy a party atmosphere as you, the audience, choose each movement of a symphony the orchestra plays – right there on the spot. Through clapping, hand-raising, smart-phone voting, and even an auction, you pick four different movements to make a symphony!



Samuel Banks in Recital


Samuel Banks

May 12, 2015

7:30PM – Heliconian Hall

TSO bassoonist Samuel Banks is May’s recital soloist and displays once again the incredible individual talent of g27. Join us May 12, 7:30 p.m. at Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave and get to know your group of twenty-seven. Complimentary food provided by Cheese Magic and Wanda’s Pie in the Sky.





April 17, 2015

8PM – Trinity-St. Paul’s-Centre

group of 27 presents their third full orchestral concert of the season featuring TSO principal oboist Sarah Jeffrey performing Mozart’s Oboe ConcertoAlso on the programme is the wild and fascinating Symphony Wq 179 by CPE Bach, Jocelyn Morlock’s Disquiet, and Haydn’s Symphony 19Join us for this eclectic and exciting program on April 17!


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