Share the Music

Helping young people experience the world through music.

Share the Music, an arts and education outreach program presented by the Corporation of Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall, celebrates its 18th season of sharing music with young people (ages 8-18) of all backgrounds. The program enhances and broadens students’ musical horizons by exposing them to world-class performers and related pre-concert educational sessions. Performances selected for Share the Music events include a wide range of classical, jazz, blues and world music, providing many opportunities to awaken students to new ways of listening, seeing and thinking.

Please check back in August for Share the Music’s 2017-18 events!



2016-2017 Share the Music events:

3rd Annual Dream Serenade Benefit Concert
Pre-concert Interactive workshop with vocal quartet CADENCE


Mariza, The Queen of Fado
Pre-concert workshop with ANIMA FADO TRIO: Nuno Cristo (host & Portuguese guitar), Pedro Joel (Classical guitar), Clara Santos (Fado singer).


Berliner Philharmoniker
Sir Simon Rattle, Chief Conductor

Pre-concert Chat with writer-broadcaster-teacher-musical tour host Rick Phillips


Toronto Blues Society’s 30th Annual Women’s Blues Revue
Pre-concert workshop with blues-duo Diana Braithwaite and Chris Whiteley


Classic Albums Live presents John Lennon: Imagine & Paul McCartney: Band on the Run
Pre-concert Workshop with pianist-vocalist Michael Johnston (of Skydiggers fame) & Friends


Soprano Measha Brueggergosman:
Songs of Freedom

Interactive gospel-singing workshop with choral conductor Karen Burke and pianist Joy Brown.


Boston Symphony Orchestra
Andris Nelsons, Conductor | Emanuel Ax, Piano

Pre-concert Chat with violinist-violist-radio host Kathleen Kajioka


Mouse on the Keys
Pre-concert Interactive Jazz & Rhythm workshop with guitarist-sound sculptor Mark Sepic


Tinariwen
with special guests Dengue Fever


Blues Guitarist Buddy Guy
Pre-concert blues chat with performer-media personality Danny Marks.


An Intimate Evening with Lea Michele


Seven Things I've Learned: An Evening with Ira Glass