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Valentine’s Serenades

For this Valentine’s Day, give the gift of a personalized e-Serenade, performed by one of Orchestra Toronto’s principal strings. For $75, you can have a personalized video with your choice of greeting and serenade to send to the Valentine of your choosing.

Direct To Your Inbox (or Your Valentine’s)

Here’s how it works

  1. Place your order for an e-serenade, and choose one of the serenades.
  2. Let us know your Valentine’s name, and share a brief message for them.
  3. We’ll create a custom video, and send it to you (or directly to them) for a personalized Valentine’s Day serenade.

Order your serenade here!

    Subject: Valentine Serenade Order




    Meet the artists

    Orchestra Toronto’s concertmaster, Corey Gemmell, violinist, has distinguished himself as a soloist and chamber musician across Canada, Germany, the United States and China. Corey also serves as concertmaster of the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir Orchestra, Mississauga Symphony Orchestra, Symphony on the Bay and the Scarborough Philharmonic Orchestra. He has performed in this role with the Boris Brott National Academy Orchestra, Elora Festival Orchestra and Esprit Orchestra.

    Cellist Tom Mueller earned a Bachelor degree from the Manhattan School of Music and a Masters degree from the University of Illinois, and gained notoriety as a versatile musician with a distinctively melodic approach.

    Foremost a chamber musician, Mueller is a founding member of both the Allendale and Elgin String Quartets. His playing has been featured on CBC’s Two New Hours and The Music Around Us. As well as serving as Principal ‘Cello for Orchestra Toronto and the Symphony on the Bay (Burlington), he is in demand as a studio musician, most recently recording the complete Mozart Effect, available on Spotify.

    John Wiener plays principal double bass in Orchestra Toronto. He has a Master of Music degree from Yale University and has in the past been a member of the Orchestre des Jeunes de Québec, the Victoria Symphony Orchestra and other professional ensembles.

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