Buffy Sainte-Marie Teams Up With Toronto Symphony Orchestra For Special Show June 30
Buffy Sainte-Marie is going to the symphony.
More specifically, 2015 Polaris Music Prize champion Sainte-Marie is going to Roy Thompson Hall on June 30 for a special one-time only performance with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO). The TSO is being made available to Sainte-Marie as part of her Polaris win.
Sainte-Marie will be performing hits like “Up Where We Belong,” “It’s My Way,” “Little Wheel Spin & Spin” and “Until It’s Time For You To Go” as well as songs from her Polaris-winning album Power In The Blood. Orchestration for the evening will be done by another past Polaris winner Owen Pallett (2006) as well as Richie Kohan. Lucas Waldin is conducting.
Tickets for the show, which is a partnership between the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Polaris Music Prize, range from $27-$55 and are available for purchase now.
Watch the TSO cover Drake’s “Know Yourself” at the 2015 Polaris Gala: