Tomorrow night is another Classical Revolution! This fantastic type of event is a great way to promote classical music to a wider audience, and this time James Gaffigan will be conducting readings of Mozart’s Symphony no. 36 and Schubert’s Symphony no. 5. Here’s the press release!
Monday, April 8, 2013 Classical Revolution Toronto brings concert hall performance to the bar, free of charge. James Gaffigan, principal conductor of the Luzern Symphony Orchestra, will conduct an impromptu orchestra comprised of Toronto’s most phenomenal young, professional talent — and, yes, entrance is free.
Read-throughs of Mozart’s Symphony No. 36 and Schubert’s Symphony No.5 will be performed at the Tranzac, an Annex bar typically headlining rock and pop acts. The show, and the Tranzac’s bar, will be open to any Torontonians interested in experiencing classical music in a non-traditional venue.
This is an exceptional opportunity for music-lovers, particularly those on a tight budget.
Click here for the Facebook event.