For decades now, the Music Gallery has been helping artists to develop work that pushes boundaries and challenges convention. The Music Gallery is especially known for putting on festivals of pop, jazz, rock and electronic music that defies standard structures. If you want to hear music or see art from the fringe, get Music Gallery tickets.
The Music Gallery was founded in 1976 and moved to several locations before settling in at St. George the Martyr Church in 2001. More than 50 concerts per year are held at the Gallery, giving artists an steady audience for new and exciting work and enriching the community as well. Chamber music, classical music, electro-pop, avant-rock and much more is developed here.
The Music Gallery tickets are listed up above, but don't expect them to last for very much longer. This venue is a cultural institution in Toronto's art scene, and there are plenty of music fans that have discovered new works and artists they love by visiting it. Find your own favorites by buying some tickets and showing up to an event.