The Toronto Choral Society presents
The Music of The Beatles
On September 7, 1964, The Beatles performed for the first time in the city of Toronto, at the Maple Leaf Gardens. More than 50 years later, their music continues to resonate in our streets, our ears, and our hearts. The Toronto Choral Society will commemorate this visit presenting some of the most magical Beatles songs carefully arranged for a choir of 150 voices, accompanied by local band "The Lonely Hearts" and William O'Meara at the piano, under the artistic direction and conduction of Geoffrey Butler.
The Toronto Choral Society was founded in 1845, to foster a positive musical environment in which members can learn and develop both musical ability and choral repertoire. In addition, TCS aims to be an integral part of the community of Toronto, presenting important works from the traditional choral repertoire, exploring the music of the many cultures that make up our community, and making an active contribution to the life of the city by participating in community events.
The Lonely Hearts:
Dave Hills - Guitar
Anthony Abbatangeli - Guitar
Bret Higgins - Bass
Murray Lindo- Drums
Advance tickets $20, $25 at the door the night of the concert. The venue is wheelchair accessible.