Soundstreams exists to strengthen public engagement with new Canadian music and music theatre/opera through innovative musical experiences.

Performances & Events Encounters - 2017 / 2018

View All
Have you ever considered water as a musical instrument?

Water is all around us – it cleanses, nourishes, calms, and amuses. It can be dangerous. But have you ever considered it as a musical instrument? Join conductor David Fallis, percussionist Ryan Scott, and landscape architect Carla Lipkin for a deep dive into the unique sonic potential of water.

Come early to explore water in the heart of the city with a remount of 1:1 Collaborative’s water soundscape, originally commissioned by The 2017 Living City Art Exhibition. Featuring a musical performance and sneak peek into Chinese composer Tan Dun’s Water Passion After St. Matthew, presented by Soundstreams on March 9 at Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre.

Coming Hungry?

Expect big, bold, fresh delights coming out of the Gladstone Hotel’s kitchen! As a pioneer of the local food movement in Toronto since 2006, the Gladstone Hotel’s menus change like the seasons.The Gladstone Hotel has been an international tastemaker for over a decade with its whimsical and unique artist designed hotel rooms and year-round arts programming. The hotel brings that same investment in local makers and dedication to innovation to its food program with Executive Chefs Suzanne Barr and Rudy Boquila at the helm.
Check out the Gladstone’s menu here.

Part of Soundstreams’ new Encounters Series – formerly Salon 21.



Save a Seat – $PWYC: Reserve a regular seat with a donation of any amount, so that you aren’t left standing.

General Admission – Free:  Free as always! Seating is first come, first served.