Soundstreams showcases the work of Canadian and international composers through innovative musical experiences.

Concert & Composer Overview

About Soundstreams

Soundstreams is a Toronto-based Canadian music presenter that commissions, develops, and showcases the work of contemporary classical composers. This work is shown through an annual main-stage concert series, as well as education and outreach activities such as our free Salon 21 performance and discussion series at The Gardiner Museum.

2016/17 Concert Season

This 34th season marks the beginning of a new Soundstreams chapter – concerts and musical happenings to immerse you in the music of living composers like never before.

Magic Flutes

Oct 12, 2016, Koerner Hall, TELUS Centre
Featured composers: Claude Debussy, Philip Glass, Toru Takemitsu, Robert Aitken, André Jolivet and Michael Colgrass, along with a world premiere from Canada’s Anna Höstman.

Music of the Rainbow Nation

Nov 23, 2016, Koerner Hall, TELUS Centre
Featured composers: Sydney Guillaume, Brain Tate, Kevin Volans and Kurt Weill, with a world premiere of a choral work by Montreal-based Gabriel Dharmoo.