Welcome the Sound of Beauty into your life

Live from the heart and soul of Tafelmusik.

Save 20% with a subscription to seven lush concerts at Jeanne Lamon Hall
in Toronto’s historic Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre.

Pick your favourite time for exquisite music

From Friday evening date-night to easy-going Sunday matinees, we’ve got a seat for you.

What’s Included in the Jeanne Lamon Hall 7 Subscription?

We’re so glad you asked. The answer is a lot.

Vive la différence

Oct 13-15, 2023

French/Italian violinist Emmanuel Resche-Caserta makes his Tafelmusik debut with a program inspired by the rivalry between French and Italian baroque styles, epitomized by the music of Lully and Corelli.


Choral Kaleidoscope

Nov 17-19. 2023

Choir Director Ivars Taurins has curated some of his favourite works in this soundscape of 17th- and 18th-century European choral music—from the breathtaking originality of Monteverdi to the luminosity of Bach.  



Feb 2-4, 2024

Unfettered improvisations, dramatic contrasts, and the passionate give-and-take of friends in musical conversation. Spanish violinist Lina Tur Bonet is the perfect fit for a program in the stylus fantasticus.


Passions Revealed

Feb 23-25, 2024

Does music truly have the power to stir our emotions? Aisslinn Nosky returns to direct a program revealing the landscape of human emotion through the music of Telemann, Vivaldi, Marais, and Bach’s masterful Concerto for two violins in D Minor.



Mar 22-24, 2024

A new multimedia creation by the incomparable Alison Mackay takes us on a powerful journey into the remarkable cultural symbolism of staircases through words, stunning images, and music by Purcell, Handel, Platti, and Bach.


Bohemian Rhapsody: Benda & Haydn

Apr 19-21, 2024

18th-century Bohemia, and the music of Franstisek Benda, Stamitz, and Haydn’s show-stopping Cello Concerto No. 1 in C Major, is the inspiration behind this program marking the Tafelmusik debut of Bulgarian violinist and guest director Zefira Valova.


Transformations: Bach & Rameau

May 10-12, 2024

Kristian Bezuidenhout returns as harpsichordist and guest director for a program, curated especially for Tafelmusik, celebrating the art of transformation with orchestral arrangements of Rameau, Handel, Purcell, and J.S. Bach.


Make your subscription even better

Save 15% when you add Beethoven 4 & 5, Handel Messiah, or Sing-along Messiah to your subscription. Don’t forget to bring the music home with a Digital Series Pass add-on.

Subscribers get all the perks

  • Save 20% on Jeanne Lamon Hall 7 subscriber concerts
  • Secure the best seats at the best prices
  • Flexible, no-fee exchanges (same venue only)
  • Save 15% on Messiah advance tickets
  • Learn from the experts at your subscriber-only lecture
  • Exclusive presales and guaranteed first access to single tickets

Can’t make it? We understand

If something prevents you from seeing a concert, you are welcome to:

  • Move your ticket(s) to another concert
  • Leave your money on account for another concert
  • Give your ticket(s) to a friend
  • Convert your ticket(s) to a donation

Banner image credit: Dean’s Staircase, St. Paul’s by Steve Crawford