Tickets: $35.40 + HST

This Earth Day, experience the majesty of BBC’s award winning “Planet Earth”.  Featuring film and images from the series, our Planet Earth Concert Experience is set to music (including excerpts from the Hans Zimmer score) performed by our own Chamber Chorus (newly named Choir One).

Our concert venue is the beautiful and historic “Enoch Turner Schoolhouse”. Established and funded in 1848 by local brewer Enoch Turner, Toronto’s first free school educated the children of the area’s many poor immigrants from 1849-1859. Historians believe that Henry Bowyer Lane (1817-1878), an English architect who worked in Canada from about 1841 to 1847 designed both the schoolhouse and Little Trinity Church at the same time. He was also responsible for several other important Toronto buildings including the City Hall and St. Lawrence Market.

A standup reception will follow the concert experience. Tickets are limited in this intimate setting. Tickets are available currently on a best-available, first-come-first-served basis by completing the form below.

Venue: Enoch Turner Schoolhouse | 106 Trinity St., Toronto

Concert: 7:00PM
A standup reception to follow.


last updated: 2018/04/17 @ 14:15

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