Mahler Symphony 3

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Mahler Symphony 3 says
On the vast canvas of Mahler’s most all-embracing symphony, he painted a soul-stirring hymn to nature in all its miraculous facets. A choir of women and children, plus mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton, who thrilled TSO audiences in Verdi’s Requiem two seasons ago, give extra lustre to this stunning event!

September 28 and 29 only! Tickets on sale now for both dates.

Peter Oundjian, conductor
Jamie Barton, mezzo-soprano
Women of the Amadeus Choir of Greater Toronto
Women of the Elmer Iseler Singers
Toronto Children's Chorus

On September 28, a pre-concert chat with Tom Allen will take place in the Roy Thomson Hall lobby.

Intermission will take place between the first and second movements of Mahler Symphony No. 3.
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By: Toronto Symphony Orchestra

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