Music has been an integral part of the worship and ministry of St. Andrew’s Church throughout its long history. The “Music at St. Andrew’s Series” seeks to continue that tradition by offering high-quality, affordably-priced opportunities for people to enjoy excellent music in the congregation’s historic location.

 

The program was inaugurated in October 2011 with a concert by Canadian pianist and Gryphon Trio member Jamie Parker.  More recent offerings have included a choral concert headlined by Canadian opera starts Russell Braun and Monica Whicher, a musical tribute to Oscar Peterson by legendary Canadian jazz pianist Oiver Jones, and a Mardi Gras Gospel Sing featuring roots music icon Ken Whiteley.

 

In addition to evening concerts, “Music at St. Andrew’s”offers a series of Friday Noontime Recitals in the fall (Oct. – Nov.) and in the spring (Mar. – May).  These fifty-minute recitals present a variety of young artists and veteran professional musicians and most often feature our Bösendorfer Imperial grand piano.  Admission is free.

 

To receive notice of future events, subscribe to:  info@standrewstoronto.org (show “music list” in subject line.)

 

“Music at St. Andrew’s” is grateful to The New Classical 96.3 FM for their promotional support of these events.

 

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Upcoming Events

    FREE Noontime Classical Recitals Are Back on February

    2019-2-1
    12:00pm
    187 king st west

    Join us for beautiful music every Friday from Febr...

    FREE Noontime Classical Recitals Are Back on February 1st!

    Friday, Feb 1, 2019 - Wednesday, May 25, 2050

    Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm

    Join us for beautiful music every Friday from February 1 to May 31st at 12:10 pm. Admission is free, with opportunity for a voluntary contribution at the door.                                                                                                                                       
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    Sactuary
    187 king st west
    Toronto, ON M5J1W9

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    Registration is closed for this event.
    For more information or questions, please email:
    info@standrewstoronto.org

    "Rebordering the World" - An Evening with Janice Stein

    Monday, Apr 29, 2019 -

    Time: 7:00pm - 10:00pm

    Janice Stein, Founding Director of the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, Political Scientist, Author and Lecturer will be our guest speaker on Monday, April 29th.The frontier of the global competitionis no longer trade or investment. It is technology. China and the United States are locked in fierce competition to build the next generation of the Internet.  The United States built the Internet we know. China wants to build the Internet of the future. As this struggle heats up, the rest of us will live in a rebordered world.Come and enjoy a great talk and share a glass of wine with your neighbours following the presentation.
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    St Andrew's Church
    75 Simcoe St
    Toronto, ON M5J1W9

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    "Rebordering the World" - An Evening with Janice

    2019-4-29
    7:00pm
    75 Simcoe St

    Janice Stein, Founding Director of the Munk School...

    FREE Noontime Classical Recitals Are Back on February 1st!

    Friday, Feb 1, 2019 - Wednesday, May 25, 2050

    Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm

    Join us for beautiful music every Friday from February 1 to May 31st at 12:10 pm. Admission is free, with opportunity for a voluntary contribution at the door.                                                                                                                                           
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    Location


    Sactuary
    187 king st west
    Toronto, ON M5J1W9

    Event Fees:



    Registration is closed for this event.
    For more information or questions, please email:
    info@standrewstoronto.org

    "Rebordering the World" - An Evening with Janice Stein

    Monday, Apr 29, 2019 -

    Time: 7:00pm - 10:00pm

    Janice Stein, Founding Director of the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, Political Scientist, Author and Lecturer will be our guest speaker on Monday, April 29th. The frontier of the global competitionis no longer trade or investment. It is technology. China and the United States are locked in fierce competition to build the next generation of the Internet.  The United States built the Internet we know. China wants to build the Internet of the future. As this struggle heats up, the rest of us will live in a rebordered world. Come and enjoy a great talk and share a glass of wine with your neighbours following the presentation.
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    Location


    St Andrew's Church
    75 Simcoe St
    Toronto, ON M5J1W9

    Event Fees: