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Koerner Hall’s 2022.23 Concert Season Announced

Koerner Hall’s 2022.23 Concert Season Announced

Published on June 7, 2022

Artists from 22 countries, six provinces, and six First Nations; and more than 30 new works will receive premieres

Koerner Hall’s 2022.23 Concert Season

The Royal Conservatory of Music’s 2022.23 season has been revealed. Today, Dr. Peter Simon, Michael and Sonja Koerner President & CEO of The Royal Conservatory, Mervon Mehta, Executive Director of Performing Arts, and James Anagnoson, Dean of The Glenn Gould School, announced details of the events that will make up the 14th concert season since the opening of Koerner Hall in 2009.

“We are very pleased to welcome audiences back to Koerner Hall for a remarkable new season of richly diverse concert performances," said Dr. Simon. “The Royal Conservatory is immensely grateful for the generosity of our donors and patrons who support and share our passion for bringing internationally acclaimed artists to Toronto, for developing future generations of musicians, and who understand the unique power that music has to connect people at the most profound level.”

Mr. Mehta said: “After two long years of stopping, starting, and postponing, Koerner Hall will once again be brimming with great artists across multiple genres. Our season will feature artists from 22 countries, six provinces, and six First Nations; and more than 30 new works will receive premieres. Some of the biggest names on the international music scene will sit comfortably beside emerging Canadian artists who are making their mark. We invite you to join us in the belief that music can bond our fractured society by bringing people together in a shared experience.”

Over the past two years, concerts have been livestreamed on our RoyalConservatory.Live platform. Koerner Hall will continue streaming select performances, ensuring that Canadians as well as international audiences have access to the finest ‘live’ concert experience.

Highlights of this season’s uniquely curated concerts include:

Subscriptions and concert tickets go on sale Friday, June 17, 2022 at 10am ET.


Visionary philanthropists Michael and Sonja Koerner have invested to create The Michael and Sonja Koerner Fund for Classical Programming, securing the future of classical music of the highest standards presented at Koerner Hall and other performance venues at The Royal Conservatory. We are grateful for the Koerners’ ongoing generous support of the RCM.