After an extraordinary year of innovation we continue to push boundaries, finding new ways of creation, collaboration, learning, and connecting with our audiences through online initiatives like digital concerts, talks, and videos. Looking ahead to live performances in 2022, your donation will ensure that the orchestra and choir continue to deliver the very best in period performance, both online and in person.
Here are some ways that you can support Tafelmusik right now:
Become a Donor
As a registered charity, Tafelmusik is supported by generous donors to our Annual Fund who are inspired to play a leading role in bringing the music of the past to the stages of today. Your donation—of any amount—is vital to sustaining Tafelmusik’s concerts and community outreach. Starting at just $10/month, donors receive exclusive benefits including lectures from musicians, special events, and more.
Jeanne Lamon Instrument Bank
Your donation to the Jeanne Lamon Instrument Bank fund will assist with the acquisition and maintenance of Tafelmusik’s collection of period instruments for use by participants in our training programs. Read more about Jeanne, and her Tafelmusik legacy, here.
Make a Legacy Donation
You can bring the joy of Tafelmusik to future generations through one of the most powerful tools in your possession – your estate plan. There are many different ways that you can make a legacy gift. Each type has different benefits for you and your family.
Tafelmusik is always seeking corporate and community partners to contribute to the cultural richness of Toronto. As a partner, you can engage with Tafelmusik’s audience, be invited to share in unique concert and behind-the scenes experiences, and will be a community leader demonstrating the positive societal benefits gained from access to live classical music.
Volunteers are integral to Tafelmusik’s success and we are deeply grateful to our many volunteers for their longstanding history of support. The energy, enthusiasm and time our volunteers provide helps Tafelmusik share our music with the world.
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Music Director of Tafelmusik (1981 to 2014), Jeanne Lamon was praised for her virtuosity as a violinist and her strong musical leadership.
A baroque music training program for advanced students and musicians.