Great music, close to home!


Sept 30 @ 7:30 pm

St. Paul L’Amoreaux Anglican Church, 3333 Finch Ave. E

Featuring: Odin Quartet, with Jacob Clewell, viola and Ronald Royer, cello

Chamber Music that engages an audience, from Tchaikovsky’s showpiece to enjoyable Canadian compositions hot off the presses.  Join us as the SPO launches another album “Between the Lines”, featuring the Odin Quartet, with this exciting concert.


Máté Szűcs, Showpieces for Viola and Orchestra

Nov 3 @ 7:30 pm 

Salvation Army Scarborough Citadel

Featuring: SPO, Ronald Royer, Conductor, Máté Szűcs, Viola

International classical star, violist Máté Szűcs takes the stage with the SPO for the world premiere of a virtuosic new viola concerto, conducted by the composer, SPO’s own Ronald Royer. 

Ludwig van BeethovenKing Stephen Overture

Ferenc Farkas:  Rumanian Dances from Bihar, for Viola and Orchestra

*Ronald Royer: Viola Concerto (Premiere)

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Suite No. 4 (“Mozartiana”)



DEC 2 @ 7:30 pm

Salvation Army Scarborough Citadel 

Featuring: SPO, Ronald Royer, Conductor, Bel Canto Choir, Michael Morgan, Conductor, SPO Women’s Choir, Yiping Chao, Conductor

Make your own memories when you join the SPO in a holiday concert of festive music, old and new, from Europe, the US and Canada. Featuring music by Brahms, Sibelius, John Williams, and more.  Program includes: 

Johannes Brahms: Academic Festival Overture

Jean Sibelius: Karelia Suite

John Williams:  Somewhere in My Memory, from Home Alone



FEB 10 @ 7:30 pm

St. Paul L’Amoreaux Church

Featuring: Winds of the Scarborough Philharmonic Orchestra, Ted Runcie, Conductor

*Ted Runcie : An Anansi Odyssey, for Woodwind Quintet and Narrator (Premiere)

*Bruno DegazioThe Inner Treasure, from Three Tales of Rabbi Nachman, for Woodwind Quintet and Narrator (Premiere)

*Lauren Greenberg:  Peculiar Procession, for Woodwind Quintet (Premiere)

Franz Schubert: Octet for Winds in F Major, for Wind Octet

Scott Joplin (arr. Robert G. Patterson) – Easy Winners from Ragtime Serenade, for Wind Octet 



APRIL 6 @ 7:30 pm 

Salvation Army Scarborough Citadel

Featuring: SPO, Ronald Royer, Conductor, Tiffany Yeung, Violin

The power, drama and beauty of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 4 meets the lush romanticism of the Brahms Violin Concerto in this memorable concert. Be there when rising star, Tiffany Yeung, dazzles us with her violin virtuosity.

Brahms: Violin Concerto, in D Major

Beethoven:  Symphony No. 4, in B-Flat Major



APRIL 27 @ 7:30 pm

St. Paul L’Amoreaux

Featuring: Danielle MacMillan, Mezzo Soprano; Maghan McPhee, Soprano; Odin Quartet; Kaye Royer, Clarinet; Gilles Thibodeau, Horn; Lisa Tahara, Piano, Ronald Royer, Conductor

Highlighting this concert of popular opera arias and chamber music will be the premiere of a song cycle for soprano, mezzo and chamber ensemble composed by diverse Canadian composers unified in answering our challenging times with one word “Hope”.

Besides music by Mozart, Rossini, Donizetti, Gounod, and Delibes, we will be premiere songs by: Ronald Royer, Ted Runcie, Rachel McFarlane, Bruno Degazio, Daniel Mehdizadeh, Leela Gilday, Shreya Jha, and Kye Marshall. 



MAY 11 @ 7:30 pm

Salvation Army Scarborough Citadel

Featuring: SPO, Ronald Royer, Conductor, Vanessa Yu, Piano

Beginning with Ted Runcie’s new overture celebrating life on the banks of the St. Lawrence followed by rising star, pianist Vanessa Yu performing with the SPO Liszt’s romantic and powerful Concerto No. 1. Then, thrill to the drama of Dvorak’s masterful Symphony No. 6

Ted Runcie:  Laurentian Overture (Premiere)

Liszt: Concerto No. 1, in E-flat major

Dvorak: Symphony No. 6, in D Major, Op. 60



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Máté Szűcs, Showpieces for Viola and Orchestra
Ted Runcie, Family Stories, Feb 10
Tiffany Yeung, violin
Vanessa Yu, piano

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