Planning in this Time of Uncertainty
With no end in sight to the crushing effects of the pandemic on the seasons of performing arts presenters, on the livelihoods of artists, or on the spirits of audiences, the WMCT is still optimistic. Supported by the engagement of our members, the generosity of our donors, and the backing of the WMCT Foundation, the volunteer Board firmly intends to deliver an exceptional chamber music experience for the 123rd time.
The 123rd Season – Covid-19 Version
In light of changing local regulations in health and safety, and shifting factors in international travel, the recital by Spanish oboist Ramón Ortega Quero has been moved from the beginning of the season (October 8) to the end (June 24, 2021.)
Presuming access to Walter Hall by November 12, Michael Bridge & Friends will perform there in a professionally-produced webcast.
By the time of our spring Music in the Afternoon events, we may all be able to meet in person. We’ll keep you informed by e-newsletters, and on the website. You can contact us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 416-923-7052.
The 2021 Career Development Award Competition is in progress, and Student Scholarships for the coming academic year to the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, and the the Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory of Music, will be presented as usual.
Best wishes for health and safety to you and your loved ones.