We have announced a live concert season for 2021-2022 – an act of hope!
It will be our 50th season since founding.
Subscriptions are now available for the full 13-concert season, for 8 strings concerts and for 5 piano concerts.
A student subscription is also available at $10 per concert.
Renewing subscribers, please use your personalized subscription form.
Subscription prices include Facility and Handling Charges and HST
|Seats||# of tickets||Price||TOTAL|
|BUY THE SEASON|
B seats are the last 4 rows of the theatre, O, P, Q, R
ADD A STUDENT SUBSCRIPTION TO ANY SERIES
|# of concerts x $10 each + $5.65 handling||_______________|
|Please consider a donation; ticket sales cover only 21% of our costs|
Subscriptions by MAIL ONLY to
PO Box 17049 Yonge King
Toronto ON M5E 1Y2
All Music TORONTO concerts start at 8 pm, have one 15-20 minute intermission, and usually end by 10 pm. No dress code (clean and decently covered, as mother used to say). Cash coffee and bar service, free cookies at intermission, occasional post-concert receptions – no longer possible until COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
Single Ticket Prices
|A seats||$52.00||B seats||$47.50|
A prices are the main theatre 14 rows
B seats are the back 4 rows of the auditorium, O, P, Q, R
Student Tickets $10
Accompanying non-student 1/2 price
18→35 pay your age
Additional fees apply to all Internet and phone orders.
Thanks to the support of the Toronto Arts Council, the Ontario Arts Council, Canadian Heritage, and our remarkable sponsors and donors, we're stable and operating.
We are following all public health announcements regarding COVID-19 and will keep this website and our patrons updated.
We plan to renew the seating subscribers had in the past, and hope to accommodate new patrons. Please understand that, whatever the COVID-19 situation when we announce in late February, actual seating will be governed by public health restrictions prevalent in October 2021.
We have announced virtual/digital concerts in March and April, and hope to present more in May and June. We will post news of any activities on this website.We will continue to work behind the scenes so that when the concert hall is open, and music lovers ready to venture out once more, we'll be ready to receive them. We cannot express just how much we're looking forward to that day.
Stay well, stay safe, and keep listening.
The St. Lawrence Centre is closed during the State of Emergency for the COVID-19 pandemic. The St. Lawrence Centre is located in downtown Toronto at the corner of Front and Scott streets, one block east of Yonge. From the TTC Subway and the GO Train at Union Station, walk two blocks east on Front Street (past the Meridian Centre). Parking is available in the neighbourhood.
St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts
27 Front Street East
The Jane Mallett Theatre is wheelchair accessible.