Tara Kannangara and band. Photo by Kevin Jones
Jerusalem In My Heart. Photo by Kevin Jones
We are a globally significant centre for creative music.
We seek to address the question “what does experimental and creative activity look and sound like?” with our community and with our artists.
Established in 1976 by members of the Canadian Creative Music Collective (CCMC), the Music Gallery develops, presents and promotes contemporary music in all genres.
Since the beginning, our mandate to foster innovation and experimentation in music has remained constant, and today, we continue to redefine the possibilities for concert music.
Located inside 918 Bathurst Centre, featuring one of Toronto’s most beautiful small concert halls, our home base features multiple rooms for event programming.
If you’d like to inquire about a rental or a Music Gallery co-presented event, click here.
History of Bathurst St. Sounds parade. Photo by Elijah Nichols
918 Bathurst Great Hall. Photo by Conor McSweeny
Amahl Arulanandam. Photo by Kevin Jones
Zibiiwan. Photo by Terry Lim
In the beginning, there was music. Over its 40-year history, the Music Gallery has been many things to many people. When it was founded in 1976 by Peter Anson and Al Mattes, it quickly became a hub for collaboration, creative exploration and musical performance.
Curator (Departures series)
Curator (Emergents series)
Assistant Audio Technician
Board of Directors