Today in Toronto: A Spanish Christmas, Toronto Motorcycle Show and more

A Spanish Christmas Don’t expect mariachi: the Toronto Consort specializes in music from the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the early baroque period. Find out more »

Chris Tarry Group Chris Tarry has no respect for boundaries. Not only is this electric bass player the winner of three Juno Awards, he’s also a short story writer who was shortlisted for Ireland’s Fish Short Story Prize. Find out more »

Parfumerie Patricia Fagan and Oliver Dennis are back as mismatched co-workers-turned-lovebirds (thanks to some anonymous love notes) in this remount of Soulpepper’s hit holiday show. Find out more »

Spanish Harlem Orchestra: A Salsa Christmas Pianist Oscar Hernández leads this 13-piece band, shaping a distinctive jazz sound that hearkens back to his childhood in the Bronx, next door to a musically pulsating Spanish Harlem. The orchestra comes garlanded with this year’s Grammy Award for Best Tropical Latin Album. Find out more »

Toronto Motorcycle Show Check out the best and vroomiest in hogs, choppers, scooters and cruisers. Canada’s premier motorcycle exhibition is all about the ride, but it’s got spectacle too, with vintage bikes to ogle, live rockabilly and a whole lotta leather. Find out more »

WinterSong For decades, the Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre has been training young bodies, instilling in them a passion for dance of every genre, and dazzling us grown-ups with previews of the next generation of superstars. This production lets all that talent loose with dance inspired by solstice traditions around the world. Find out more »


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