Orchestra Toronto's inaugural 1955 season got right to the point. It had, after all, only one concert. That concert, however, made such an impact that the dedicated 55-member company, then known as The Bennington Heights Community Orchestra, continued to perform works alongside a string of renowned conductors until 1998, when it put its magical rings together and morphed into Orchestra Toronto. The largest distinction between Orchestra Toronto and other companies: it's truly a community project, corralling volunteer musicians to make up its 80-member team and deliver everything from Mendelssohn symphonies to flamenco concerts.
Molson Canadian Amphitheatre provides a semi-enclosed outdoor setting for entertainment in the Toronto area. The amphitheater was completed in 1995 and the first show was a Bryan Adams concert, which sold out to audiences. Since then, millions of people have visited the arena, which seats approximately 16,000 people. The amphitheater has 5,500 reserved seats, along with VIP and Club seating. Parking is limited, but other parking is available in nearby areas. Tickets to Molson Canadian Amphitheatre can be purchased at Ticketmaster. Some events allow people to bring lawn chairs, bottled water, homemade foods, non-professional cameras and other similar items to make your visit more comfortable and convenient. Conversely, there is a list of items which are restricted or not allowed such as alcoholic beverages, laser pens, glass bottles, and recording devices. The arena is located at 909 Lakeshore Boulevard West in Toronto, Ontario.
Shiatsu and LaStone therapist of Transense Healing Arts Holistic Centre employs two distinct therapy treatments to help clients reduce pain and discomfort. She uses her knuckles, thumbs, palms, knees, and elbows as instruments of relaxation, drawing from shiatsu techniques and Japanese-style acupressure to pinpoint and expunge stress. Alternatively, she uses heated basalt rocks formed from volcanic lava during LaStone therapy, loosening up knotted muscles.
Her experience stems back to the Aveda Institute in Victoria, B.C., where she graduated from in 1998 in esthetics. Since 2000, she has added LaStone therapy to her repertoire, which allows her to stimulated the autonomic nervous system and increase oxygen in the body. Her subsequent interest in shiatsu led her to Shiatsu School of Canada, which enables her to continue her journey of educational growth through her daily practice.
Improv actors help audiences sharpen their sleuthing skills during murder-mystery dinners at Mysteriously Yours... Mystery Dinner Theatre. After dining on three-course meals, guests band together to solve murder mysteries full of unexpected and humorous plot twists. Further complicated by the actors' false accusations and refusal to speak English, the two-hour caper ends with the unveiling of a killer.