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  • A Conversation on Making a Murderer: Dean Strang & Jerry Buting

    Jun 11, 2016

  • Paul Simon

    Jun 21, 2016

  • Sarah McLachlan

    Jun 24, 2016

  • Steven Tyler

    Sep 13, 2016

  • Postmodern Jukebox

    Oct 11, 2016

A Conversation on Making a Murderer: Dean Strang & Jerry Buting Poster

A Conversation on Making a Murderer: Dean Strang & Jerry Buting

June 11, 2016

2015's Netflix show Making A Murderer was essential viewing. Two of most compelling characters to emerge from the show were Steven Avery's defense lawyers Dean Strang and Jerry Buting. The duo are heading out across the country in 2016 in a series of moderated discussions, at which they'll talk about Avery's case, and the American Justice System as a whole.

Paul Simon Poster

Paul Simon

June 21, 2016

One of modern music's true founding fathers, Simon found worldwide fame in the 1960s as one half of the folk duo Simon and Garfunkel. Simon's solo career presented him with a second wind in the 1980s as he became the de facto figurehead of the World music movement, collaborating with a host of african musicians on his iconic album Graceland.

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Sarah McLachlan

June 24, 2016

Sarah McLachlan was one of the most successful singer songwriters of the 90s, her landmark record Surfacing selling over 16 million copies worldwide. Now on the verge of releasing her eighth studio album Shine On, McLachlan is set to return once again to her most reflective mode.

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Steven Tyler

September 13, 2016

The Aerosmith frontman has always been one of rock's greatest showmen, so a solo show seems a natural fit. Originally debuting at New York's Lincoln Center, Out On A Limb is an audio-visial trip through Tyler's career, mixing unique performances of Aerosmith's best known numbers with anecdotes about his upbringing, and videos and photos from throughout his time as rock 'n' roll's most stylish troublemaker.

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Postmodern Jukebox

October 11, 2016

A pet project of jazz pianist Scott Bradlee, Postmodern Jukebox have gained a loyal following through their Youtube channel. The collective cover modern pop tracks (and some old classics as well) in a big band style. Everyone from Miley Cyrus to TLC has got the Postmodern Jukebox treatment, and now they're taking their retro stylings onto the road.

Sony Centre for the Performing Arts

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1 Front Street East, Toronto, ON M5E 1B2

  • Year opened: 1960
  • Capacity: 3191
  • Disabled access

The Sony Centre for the Performing Arts was originally opened as the O'Keefe Centre in 1960. The venue has hosted a wide variety of national and international performers and shows. It is the largest soft-seat theatre in Canada. Designed by Peter Dickinson, the unusual architecture is an example of a mid-twentieth century Modern arts venue, and it has been named a heritage building by the City of Toronto. The venue has been renovated in order to restore its distinctive features, and was re-opened in 2010.

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Houston - Yonge
0.04 mi away at 33 Yonge Street

Oliver & Bonacini Café Grill, Yonge & Front
0.04 mi away at 33 Yonge Street

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