The Toronto Music Garden celebrates its 10th anniversary of outstanding free performances in a unique setting, and popular garden tours.
Summer Music in the Garden showcases an eclectic array of music and dance performances that complement the beauty and calm of the Toronto Music Garden, and the music of composer Johann Sebastian Bach that inspired it.
Summer Music in the Garden presents over 20 free outdoor concerts and dance performances over the course of the summer, taking place on Thursday evenings at 7pm and on most Sundays at 4pm.
The popular 45-minute free guided garden tours led by volunteers from the Toronto Botanical Garden return for another season, taking place on Wednesdays at 11 am from June 3 to September 30, and on Thursdays before every concert at 5:30 pm from July 2 to September 10.
Admission to the park and all its programming is free.
The programmes that take place in the Toronto Music Garden are produced by Harbourfront Centre in partnership with City of Toronto Department of Parks, Forestry and Recreation. Summer Music in the Garden is curated for Harbourfront Centre by Artistic Director, Tamara Bernstein, and made possible through the generosity of Parks, Forestry and Recreation, Toronto Culture, and Margaret and Jim Fleck. The Toronto Music Garden is a City of Toronto park, located on the city’s waterfront at 475 Queens Quay West (water’s edge side), between Bathurst Street and Spadina Avenue. It is wheelchair-accessible and open year-round.