Toronto Symphony Orchestra: Premium Seats for only $33!

Afterworks, a series which features three blockbuster 6:30pm concerts, is designed for the downtown professional or GTA commuter who loves music and wants to avoid the crowds, or for those who would simply prefer being home by 9pm.

Visit and enter the code PLANET to get $20 balcony and $33 mezzanine & main floor seats for Holst’s The Planets on December 3.

The Afterworks series is comprised of spectacular classical masterworks, including Holst’s The Planets (December 3, 6:30pm), Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony (January 14, 6:30pm) and Prokofiev’s Symphony No. 5 & Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G Major (March 25, 6:30pm). The TSO welcomes Mozart specialist Robert Levin on January 14, who will be performing Mozart’s poignant Piano Concerto No. 24. French pianist Louis Lortie will dazzle audiences with the Ravel concerto on March 25.

Each concert takes place at Roy Thomson Hall, runs 75 minutes without an intermission and begins at 6:30pm and finishes before 8:00pm – concert-goers will be home early or have plenty of time to enjoy a post-concert dinner.

“From the hugely popular tsoundcheck (affordable youth ticket programme) to our Education Outreach programmes, the TSO has always engaged in innovative programming, helping us attract one of the most diverse audiences in orchestral music,” says TSO Vice President of Marketing and Business Development Mike Forrester.

“We believe that excellent orchestral music should be accessible to all Torontonians and we’re confident that Afterworks is another bold new TSO programme that will appeal to new and longstanding audiences.”

Subscriptions to the TSO Afterworks series range from $48 – $186 for the three concerts . members can get $33 main floor or mezzanine & $20 balcony seats for The Planets on December 3 by visiting or calling 416-598-3375 and using the promotional code PLANET. All tickets are also available in person at the TSO Customer Service Centre, 212 King St West, Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm.

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“The TSO’s finesse was breathtaking at Roy Thomson Hall last night.”
Toronto Star, Nov. 2008