Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra Musicians. Photo by Daniel Banko.
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Baroque & Beyond Chamber Concerts


Experience the beauty of music of the past with these intimate chamber concerts featuring two or three members of Tafelmusik orchestra. Presented in an informal style with introductions from the musicians, a different program will be offered each night.

July 8

Julia Wedman, violin | Patrick G. Jordan, viola | Margaret Gay, violoncello

  • Joseph Leopold Edler von Eybler String Trio in C Major, op. 2
    IV. Adagio – Allegro – Adagio
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Divertimento in E-flat Major, K.563
    IV. Andante
    V. Menuetto – Trio I – Trio II
  • Giovanni Battista Noferi Trio in E-flat Major, op. 15, no. 3 
    Allegro non troppo
  • Franz Schubert String Trio in B-flat Major, D.471
    I. Allegro
  • Ludwig van Beethoven String Trio in C Minor, op. 9, no. 3
    I. Allegro con spirito
    II. Adagio con espressione
    III. Scherzo – Allegro molto vivace
    IV. Finale – Presto
July 9

Echoes of Scotland

Geneviève Gilardeau, violin | Lucas Harris, lute 

  • Arranged after Robert Mackintosh Sonata on Mrs. Oswald’s Favourite
    Jig: Mrs. Oswald’s Favourite
  • David Greenberg Barbara’s Reverse Passacaille
  • Johann Heinrich Schmelzer Sonata quarta
  • Charles McLean Sonata on “ ‘Twas within a furlong of Edinburgh town” (after Henry Purcell)
  • John Beck Pieces from the Balcarres lute manuscript
    Jockie leaped over the dyke
    Corne riggs are bonnie
    I love my love, in secret
    Tweedsyde, the new way
  • Alexander Munro Sonata on “Bonny Jean of Aberdeen”
    Tempo di Gavotta
  • Nicola Matteis Ground after the Scotch humour
July 10 

Christopher Verrette, violin | Brandon Chui, viola | Felix Deak, violoncello

  • Luigi Boccherini Trio in D Major, op. 14, no. 4
    Allegro giusto
    Allegro assai
  • Ludwig van Beethoven Trio in E-flat Major, op. 3
    Allegro con brio
    Minuetto: Allegretto
    Minuetto: Moderato
    Finale: Allegro 

The Dream in High Park outdoor experience has been designed with the safety and comfort of patrons, artists, and staff as the top priority.  Canadian Stage will continue to monitor and respond to governmental policy changes and advice from health authorities to ensure we are always up-to-date and offering the safest experience possible.

Things to know.
  • Face Coverings: Patrons and staff will be required to wear masks at all times.
  • Reduced Contact: As much as possible, interactions between Dream in High Park staff and patrons will be contactless. This includes ticket scanning, box office transactions, and health screenings. Staff will be equipped with masks to keep all guests safe.
  • Physical Distancing: Staff, stanchions, barriers, and signage will be in place throughout the Dream in High Park site to encourage physical distancing for patrons.
  • Sanitation: Hand sanitizing stations will be available throughout the Dream in High Park site. All high-touch surfaces will be sanitized both prior to and following each performance.

Please do not attend if you have a fever or are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, have tested positive for COVID-19 within 14 days of attending, or if you have had close contact with anyone suspected or confirmed of having COVID-19.

All residents and visitors of Toronto must follow the City of Toronto's current Public Health regulations. Click here to view the current Public Health Regulations for the City of Toronto.

Liability Waiver

While we have put measures in place to enhance safety and help reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission from person to person, an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in public places where people gather. By attending Dream in High Park, you voluntarily assume all risks related to possible exposure of COVID-19. Failure to follow these guidelines will result in removal from the venue.

Canadian Stage has been awarded the Safe Travels Stamp from the World Travel and Tourism Council.  This international symbol is designed to allow travellers to recognize companies around the world which have adopted health and hygiene safety measures that ensure customers experiences are safe.

High Park is a unique and sacred ecosystem. We can all do our part to keep it vibrant for generations to come. Here are some guidelines on how to enjoy the park responsibly: 

  1. Stay on paths. They were created to allow you to enjoy nature without affecting it. Stepping off a marked path may seem innocent, but it can result in damage to animal habitats and nests and can cause harm to native plants vital to maintaining balance in the ecosystem.
  2. Don’t disturb plants and animals by moving their things around. This is their home. That branch might have a specific purpose. Best to leave everything as is. They will appreciate it.
  3. Leave no trace. Anything you bring on your visit including wrappers, snacks and masks, should exit the park when you do.
  4. Open your heart. The beauty of High Park is to be experienced with your heart. Be present, listen to the sounds, enjoy the views and smells, feel the freshness of the air, and your spirit will swell.

By following these responsible practices, we can minimize our impact on the natural environment in High Park. Enjoy your visit!

Please note that vehicular access to the park is very limited. Please be prepared to walk to the Amphitheatre from one of the numerous points of entry to High Park.

Ticket prices will vary based on production and performance.  For many performances, some advance tickets will be available for purchase at set prices however the majority of tickets will continue to be offered on a Pay-What-You-Wish basis. At noon, two days prior to each performance, an allotment of tickets will become available at PWYW. Advertised ticket prices include applicable fees and HST.

In accordance with Ontario's Roadmap to Reopen, advance registration is required for all of our outdoor performances.

Tickets will be delivered to you as a PDF attachment by email. You may either print your tickets and bring them with you to your performance, or you can display your ticket barcode(s) on your mobile device.  Please be sure to have your tickets ready upon arrival and, if you are using your mobile device, have the brightness turned all the way up.

Seating in the High Park Amphitheatre is General Admission.  We are maintaining a significantly reduced capacity in order to allow ample space between parties.

The pathway leading from the road/sidewalk to the Amphitheatre seating is a natural, unpaved pathway and you may encounter tree roots, rocks, and sections of uneven ground.

Accessible seating is available in the top row of the Amphitheatre. Please inform our Box Office representatives if you require accessible seating when booking your tickets.

At least one accessible portable washroom will be available with roll in ground level access, grab bars, and a self-closing, unmotorized door.

While the pathway within the amphitheatre grounds is lit after sunset, the portion of pathway between the amphitheatre grounds and the road/sidewalk is not.


To facilitate physical distancing, we have indicated on your ticket a preferred time of arrival.  As you are able, we ask that you arrive within the designated timeframe.

Please do not attend if you have a fever or are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, have tested positive for COVID-19 within 14 days of attending, or if you have had close contact with anyone suspected or confirmed of having COVID-19.

Contact the box office at 416-368-3110 as soon as possible and our Audience Services team will be happy to discuss your ticket options.

The High Park Amphitheatre is an outdoor venue so we suggest you wear clothing appropriate to the weather conditions. You may also wish to bring sunscreen, bug spray, and a blanket or cushions on which to sit.

No, except for service animals, pets are not allowed in the High Park Amphitheatre.

The High Park Amphitheatre is situated in the heart of one of Toronto's most significant and iconic natural sites, High Park.

Please visit our High Park Venue and Directions page for detailed location maps and directions.


Yes, you can access the Visual Guide below. It will allow you to read and see pictures about the experience of attending Dream in High Park.


While there are several parking areas within High Park, please be sure to check the City of Toronto website to verify whether vehicular traffic is permitted in the park on the day of your performance.  

Please note that High Park will have Vehicle-Free Weekends throughout the spring and summer of 2021.

Portable washrooms, including an accessible portable washroom, are available on site for the use of ticketed patrons, and are regularly sanitized. All washrooms will be equipped with hand sanitizers. Please sanitize your hands before and after use.

No, food and beverages will not be allowed in the amphitheatre, except for water. Once seated, guests may remove masks briefly while taking a drink of water.



One of the world’s top baroque orchestras – Gramophone Magazine

Tafelmusik presents Baroque & Beyond in association with Canadian Stage.

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Supported by: The McLean Foundation

July 8th

  • Julia Wedman (violin)
  • Patrick G. Jordan (viola)
  • Margaret Gay (cello)

July 9th

  • Geneviève Gilardeau (violin)
  • Lucas Harris (theorbo)

July 10th

  • Christopher Verrette (violin)
  • Brandon Chui (viola)
  • Felix Deak (cello)

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