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A Month of Music in Toronto for January 2019 (Part I)

  • December 09, 2018

Photo Credit: Jefferson Santos


Sure, it’s January, it’s a new year, but we get it: everyone is tired! Let’s face the truth. The holidays surely are exhausting for everyone. But one thing that keeps the celebrations alive is music! Enjoy Part I of live music concert recommendations in the Toronto area. Also, don’t worry, we know the holidays were expensive-- these won’t break the bank.

The Pursuit of Happiness

Genre: Power Pop/College Rock.  There’s something about Power Pop that can get just about anyone moving. There are a drive and a current that flows through the songs that can get anyone boppin’ their heads.  Join the Pursuit of Happiness on Saturday, January 12, 2019, at the Danforth Music Hall at 7:00 PM.  Tickets are around the $40 mark.


Thierry Begin-Lamontagne

Genre: Classical Guitar.  The precision and melody that comes with a classical guitar are on its own league.  Of course, there are other classical instruments, but the comparison would be like that of an apple and an orange; it just cannot be done.  If you are not the type to be excited by the simple strumming of an electric guitar, then maybe you will understand the intimacy that comes with the classical guitar.  Check out Thierry Begin-Lamontagne’s interpretation of classical guitar pieces on Saturday, January 19, 2019, at 8:00 PM at the Church of St. Peter and St. Simon in Toronto. Tickets range from $25 to $35. The sooner you buy, the cheaper your price!


Alexandra Stréliski

Genre: Neoclassical Piano.  The romantic melodies of a piano in Alexandra Stréliski’s own compositions tell stories that pull at the heartstrings. Stréliski has written for various popular films and is even featured in HBO’s Sharp Objects. Her music conveys a smooth and softness that relaxes the mind and allows it to explore its own imagination.  Find out this experience for yourself when she visits Burdock Music Hall on Wednesday, January 23, 2019, at 6:00 PM. Tickets are $20, price negligible for the journey you’ll experience in your own mind.


While Part I concludes in this piece, your stay in Toronto doesn’t have to.  Part II will cover the latter half of January and earlier parts of February. Stay at the Best Western Plus Toronto Airport Hotel for convenient transportation, and affordable accommodations away from the craziness of the Toronto’s downtown core. Aside from comfortable rooms, our facility includes a fitness centre, a skylit pool, and a restaurant & bar: everything you need for your stay



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