PARTIES. MUSIC. TAFELSCENE.
What on earth is Tafelscene?
We’re so glad you asked. If you’re 19-35, Tafelscene is the free online club that gets you access to discount tickets to Tafelmusik.
To join, just follow these steps:
Click the link below (make sure to click on the Tafelscene ENews button when filling out your information). Joining our Tafelscene ENews is the only way to get access to discount tickets.
- You'll be able to subscribe to 10, 5 or 3 concerts for a special Tafelscene price (starts at just $84!). Visit our subscription page to choose your series, day, seating section and then select the Tafelscene price type. All Tafelscene subscribers receive a free ticket to our late-night Haus Musik series, one copy of our September Tafel Media CD release, Vivaldi con amore, access ticket exchanges, and other dining & entertainment discounts.
For single tickets to select main season concerts, we'll send you information two weeks before, or within 24-48 hours, depending on how close it is to the concert.
Tafelscene single tickets are $20 for most concerts, for best available seating. It's a great deal!
ID is required at ticket pick-up. Excludes Sundays, AA and D sections at Koerner Hall, and Close Encounters. Guests age 18 and under may purchase tickets at the Youth price with valid photo ID.
2019/20 INTERMISSION PARTIES
Attend one of the following Saturday night concerts to join us for a Tafelscene intermission party, featuring snacks and free wine and beer.
Yes, proof-of-age is required when ordering Tafelscene subscriptions and picking up individual tickets.
TAFELSCENE MEDIA PARTNER
Plus, we really recommend you check out Haus Musik if you haven’t already.
Immersive, engaging, and lively, Haus Musik is an experimental performance concept from Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, “one of the world’s top baroque orchestras” (Gramophone). Haus Musik challenges the rules of the traditional classical music experience by taking it out of the concert hall and dropping it into an atmospheric, theatrical setting. Tafelmusik musicians are front and centre as they perform baroque music on period instruments in a standing-only venue with a laid-back vibe and a cash bar.
Past Haus Musik events have featured interventions by DJs, an alien dancer, and hundreds of white balloons. “Above all, it felt like a good party,” wrote The Wholenote, while the Toronto Star declared, “Haus Musik puts the music at your feet.”