23 TAFELMUSIK.ORG – SUBSCRIBE AND SAVE, SEE PAGE 20 FAQs Where does Tafelmusik perform, and how do I order tickets? Tafelmusik serves many areas of Toronto, and performance tickets may be purchased online at tafelmusik.org. The website also has information on parking and directions for each venue. Jeanne Lamon Hall, Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre. 427 Bloor Street West (416) 964-6337 Koerner Hall, TELUS Centre. 273 Bloor Street West (416) 408-0208 George Weston Recital Hall, Toronto Centre for the Arts. 5040 Yonge Street (416) 733-0545 (subscriptions) / 1 (855) 985-2787 (single tickets, on sale Aug 14, 2017) Massey Hall (Sing-Along Messiah). 178 Victoria Street (416) 872-4255 Our Close Encounters concerts take place at Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave, and Temerty Theatre at the TELUS Centre, 273 Bloor St West. Call (416) 964-6337 for details. When do the doors open for a performance? The main doors will be open at least one hour before a performance, with the doors to the auditorium opening about half an hour before the listed performance time. Please arrive early, as many of our concerts do not allow for late entrances. What are pre-concert chats? One hour before each concert, we host special talks and panel discussions that are free and open to all ticket holders. These enlightening chats explore the music you are about to hear, and help give added context to our art form. Can I bring young children? Yes! Parents will know if their child is able to sit through up to an hour of music at a time. Sorry, babes-in-arms will not be admitted. © 2017 All information in this brochure is correct at time of printing. Schedule, repertoire, artists, pricing, and packaging are subject to change without notice or compensation. All sales are final and cannot be refunded. Subscription exchanges may carry a handling fee. For more information on ticket policies, please contact the Tafelmusik Box Office at (416) 964-6337 or email boxoffice@tafelmusik.org. For complete details on our privacy policy, please see tafelmusik.org Credits Photography: Unless otherwise noted below, Tafelmusik Choir and Orchestra groups and individuals by Sian Richards. Elisa Citterio by Monica Cordiviola, Close Encounters, Alexander’s Feast and back cover by Trevor Haldenby, Messiah image: from Saint John the Evangelist ca. 1410, Lower Austria, The Cloisters Collections, Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), Joanne Lunn by Andrew Redpath, Mozart’s Piano includes photography from The New York Times by Michelle V. Agins, of Kristian Bezuidenhout with the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, Kristian Bezuidenhout by Marco Borggreve, Alison Melville by Colin Savage, Thomas Hobbs by Benjamin Ealovega, Alexander Dobson by Mélissa Tremblay, The Circle of Creation by Glenn Davidson, Dorothee Mields by Harald Hoffmann, Charles Daniels by Hanya Chlala, Bruno Weil by Mio Schweiger, Period Musicians of Tomorrow by Lysiane Boulva, Opera Atelier image by Bruce Zinger, Tafelscene photo by Marina Dempster, Haus Musik photo by Jeff Higgins. Concert imagery by Sovereign State. Design and layout by Cosmic Design.