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Making a Gift

T he Toronto Consort is Canada’s leading ensemble specializing in the music of the Middle Ages, Renaissance and early Baroque. Our Toronto series is one of the most successful chamber music series in Canada, and our Student Education Program delivers free concerts and in-the-schools workshops reach thousands of secondary school students each year. Our popular recordings have been nominated for Juno Awards, and we’ve provided music for both film and television specials.

Over the years we have maintained our important commitment to offer affordable ticket prices to our performances and free student education programs. As a result, less than 30% of our operating costs are covered by ticket sales. Gratefully, we have been able to rely on the help and support of individuals in our community in order to deliver our programs.

Please support The Toronto Consort.Your gift will make a difference.

Your donation will help generate new opportunities for performance, creation and learning at The Toronto Consort. As a donor to The Toronto Consort, you will make a lasting impact on early music in Canada and enjoy wonderful opportunities that will connect you with the Consort community.

How to Donate:

Make your donation quickly and securely through Canada Helps.

Give us call at 416-966-1045 to speak to Ms Terry Raininger, Managing Director. You can also email terry@torontoconsort.org.

Download and mail in your donation form to: The Toronto Consort, 427 Bloor St. W., Toronto ON M5S 1X7.

Recurring Gifts: Monthly donations, even $10 or $20 each month are a great way to make a meaningful gift. Call us or fill in the downloadable donation form to set up a monthly credit card payment processed on the 15th of each month. You can also set up your monthly donation online at Canada Helps.

Honour Someone Special: An honorary or memorial gift to The Toronto Consort is the perfect way to celebrate special occasions or honor the memory of a friend or loved one. When you donate, a personalized note will be sent in your name to the honoree or family member notifying them of your kind gesture. Additionally, you will receive charitable tax-receipt with our thanks. Please remember to provide the name and address of the honouree or family member – on your donation form or in the notes field with your online donation - or simply give us a call.

A Gift of Securities: Stocks, bonds, and other investments are a great way to make a significant cash donation to The Toronto Consort. By donating through one of these vehicles, you will avoid capital gains with the added benefit of a charitable tax-receipt for the fair market value of your donation.

Planned or Legacy gift: These thoughtful gifts can be made simply by including The Toronto Consort in your will, establishing a life insurance policy or trust, or making The Toronto Consort the beneficiary of your retirement savings plan.

The Toronto Consort is incorporated under the name “The Toronto Consort”, Charitable No. 105255152RR0001. To receive further information or to discuss your bequest intentions, please call at 416-966-1045 to speak to Ms Terry Raininger, Managing Director.

Does Your Employer Match Employee Donations? If you have made a personal donation to The Toronto Consort, the company you work for may match that gift and make its own donation to the Consort. Contact your Human Resources Department to see if your company supports the charitable giving of its employees.

Recognition For Your Generosity

Friend (up to $99)
  • Charitable Tax Receipt
  • Recognition in all of The Toronto Consort concert programs
  • Receive the bi-annual Consort Crier Newsletter
  • Receive recognition in The Consort Crier Newsletter
Patron ($100 - $199 or $9 - $16 per month)
Enjoy all the benefits above, and receive
  • Invitations to the Season Opening and Closing Night Receptions
  • Advance Notice and Special Invitation to The Toronto Consort’s Pre-Concert Lecture Series (five each Season)
Benefactor ($200 - $499 or  $17 - $41 per month)
Enjoy all the benefits above, and receive
  • A special invitation and Voting Privileges at The Toronto Consort’s Annual General Meeting
Renaissance Circle

The Toronto Consort recognizes the generous support of our Renaissance Circle donors with special opportunities to ‘go behind-the-scenes’.

Bronze Renaissance Circle ($500 - $749 or $42 -$62 per month)
Enjoy all the benefits above, and receive
  • Advance notice of Fundraising and Special Events
  • Invitation for you and your guest to attend working rehearsals (three each season)
Silver Renaissance Circle ($750 - $999 or $63 - $83 per month)
Enjoy all the benefits above, and receive
  • Invitations for you and your guest to The Toronto Consort’s Student Education Concert (matinee performances)
Gold Renaissance Circle ($1000 and up or $84 and above per month)
Enjoy all the benefits above, and
  • Special Guest Passes to bring your friends to working rehearsals, and Student Education Concerts (daytime performances)

Charitable Registration No. 10525 5152 RR0001

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“I enjoyed the madrigals, the blend of 5 voices, and the facial expressions which matched the songs.”

“I enjoyed the enthusiasm of the performers. The hurdy-gurdy was awesome!

Student Comments
Toronto Consort Education Program

“.. a highly well-balanced and entertaining event. My students were thoroughly engaged, especially by the storytelling aspects, the theatrical nature of the singers and the introduction to the period instruments. It was a useful connection to curriculum about the Renaissance Era, and gave a great hands-on chance to hear/see the instruments at work!”

Teacher Comments
Toronto Consort Education Program

 

The Toronto Consort
427 Bloor Street West
Toronto ON
M5S 1X7

Phone: (416) 966-1045
Fax: (416) 966-1759
Box Office: (416) 964-6337
info@torontoconsort.org

Charitable Registration No. 10525 5152 RR0001

 

 
       
2013-2014