Celebrate our 1st Anniversary with us

Tickets for our 1st Anniversary Chopin Recital Available NOW!

At 7:00 p.m. on the evening of Friday, December 2, 2016, award-winning young pianist Lukas Geniušas will perform a Chopin program for a select, private audience of 120 guests at Heliconian Hall, 25 Hazleton Avenue, in Yorkville, Toronto.

There will be a chance to meet the organizers before the recital to talk about the charity. After the performance you will have an opportunity to meet Mr. Geniušas in person. This is a rare opportunity to meet one of the rising stars of the international music scene. His other concerts on the tour, in Montreal and Toronto, are selling out.

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Exciting Fall/Winter Season Announcement

This exciting schedule introduces a number of new artists to the Looking at the Stars roster. We are delighted to present the Glenn Gould School String Quartet as well as star performers Jonathan Crow (violin) and Joseph Johnson (cello) from the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO).

We are also pleased to announce our first Looking at the Stars public concert; an evening of Chopin etudes presented by the international award-wining pianist, Lukas Geniušas, at the delightful Heliconian Hall in Yorkville Village, Toronto. Ticket info coming soon!

November 18

Correctional Services Institution
Glenn Gould School String Quartet – Barry Shiffman (violin), Jeongmin Lee (violin), Jacob Clewell (viola), Amy Lee (cello)
Bach, Mozart, Pachelbel, more

December 1
Correctional Services Institution
Lukas Geniušas (piano)

December  2
Helikonian Hall, Yorkville, Toronto
Fundraising Performance
Lukas Geniušas (piano)
Chopin (27 Etudes)

December 4
Baycrest Centre
Lukas Geniušas (piano), Jonathan Crow (violin), Joseph Johnson (cello)
Program TBD