18 October 2024 - 7:30 pm Thunder Bay Community Auditorium


Over the course of six weeks in 1788, Mozart wrote his final three symphonies, back-to-back to back. They are astonishing. All three of them tell a different tale, from joyous effervescence to dark uncertainty to absolutely rapturous joy in Mozart’s crowning symphonic achievement, the Jupiter. Join your TBSO as we journey through arguably the greatest creative stretch ever in human history, as we present these three legendary symphonies in one evening. You have never heard Mozart like this.

Symphonies 39, 40, 41 for “To Jupiter”


James Sommerville, conductor



Funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.