Community Event Listings

June 23 - Strings Attached Orchestra - 10th Annual Season Finale: Celebrating our Musical Families

Celebrating ten wonderful seasons of filling our lives with music and sharing it with others, we will be playing musical highlights from past seasons along with new repertoire and a world premiere of a brand new work by a Canadian Composer. Join us for this milestone celebration!

June 27 -Transformations 2024 - A Summit on Trans Hope and Resolve

Transformations 2024 is a day-long summit to celebrate the resilience and examine/encourage activism within the Trans community in Toronto.

Given the constant attacks from political leaders (both in the United States and increasingly here in Canada) against the Trans community, Transformations 2024 will focus on how resilient the Trans community is and to foster tools to harness that resilience into political activism and change.

The day will offer a variety of programming including workshops and discussions that will represent stories of trans activism, survival and the impacts of social justice activism and how the trans community in Toronto can use activism, political organization and influence to turn resolve into tangible results within the Canadian political scene.

June 27, 2024 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Tickets & Info: Transformations 2024 – Pride Toronto

July 3-14 - Fringe Toronto: Rosamund - A New Musical

Forget all you know about Sleeping Beauty. In this epic new musical reimagining by Andrew Seok (writer of The Man With The Golden Heart, Unravelled, Echoes) Rosamund does not hide, wait for a Prince, or accept her fate. She rewrites her story and embarks on a treacherous quest to break the curse once and for all.
World Premiere!

July 29 - Ashkenaz Festival

The Ashkenaz Festival is one of the largest and most prestigious showcases of Jewish music and culture anywhere in the world.  Originally founded as a showcase for Klezmer music and Yiddish culture, the Ashkenaz Festival has evolved over the years into an eclectic showcase of global Jewish art and culture, encompassing not merely the traditions of eastern Europe, but also Sephardic, Mizrachi and Israeli culture, and all manner of cross-cultural fusion. The Festival is offered 90% free to the public and attracts a multicultural audience of over 60,000 people. Nowhere else in the world does so large and diverse an audience come together to experience Jewish cultural arts.

July 29, 2024 8:00 PM

Tickets & Info: Ashkenaz Festival 2024 – Ashkenaz Festival