Session: Sunday, September 18, 2022

Well, fall is here, and the heat has left us for the time being, though I’m sure we are not done yet with its oppressive presence. Let us glory in the cool breezes and sunshine while sharing some of our favourite tunes! This month’s session will happen Sunday, at its regularly scheduled time (noon to 2PM) and place (Tranzac Club, Brunswick and Bloor in Toronto).

Picture of a violin made by Joseph Guanerius 1698-1744
Courtesy:: Boston Public Library, via the Internet Archive

The Tranzac is still enacting a COVID policy by requiring masks indoors to help protect each other, our families and communities from the spread of this modern blight. I forgot to tell my platypus joke last session, so remind me and I’ll surely tell it this month.

The details:

Date:Sunday, September 18th, 2022
Time:Noon to 2PM (Eastern Standard Time)
Location:The Tranzac Club, Southern Cross Lounge (front room with shiny new bar!)
292 Brunswick Avenue, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

While you are in the neighbourhood, it is a quick walk over to Koerner Hall where we can drop in on the Makers’ Forum: An exhibition of contemporary string instruments and their bows. Here you will find the work of “33 makers attending and over 60 instruments and bows to try.”

The event will take place at:
The Royal Conservatory of Music
Leslie and Anna Dan Galleria, Koerner Hall
273 Bloor Street West

FROM 10 AM to 8:30 PM
Free Admission
For information,

It will be nice to be able to walk down the street to check out the work of some modern makers of the violin.

Reminder of the shorter time! Be kind to the Tranzac staff. They love us. They give us beer. They keep us safe. They give us memberships, t-shirts and hoodies in exchange for our support, very reasonably priced.

Come join us for tunes in a safe and welcoming environment. Can’t wait to see you all!