- All new registrations and existing classes are cancelled for the remainder of the term, which ends June 5th, 2020.
- All concerts and public performances are cancelled for the remainder of the term which ends June 5th, 2020.
#NHBTnotice Membership renewal for the 2020-2021 Band Season will start on May 4th! We want to hear from you! Renew to indicate that you will be with us when it is safe for programming to restart. ...Read More
#NHBTnotice Classes and workshops are CANCELLED through Sunday 5 April 2020. Please check your email for updates....Read More
The Beat Goes On Concert ~ June 1, 2019
New Horizons Band of Toronto is a music education and performance program for mature adults who wish to play a concert band instrument in a friendly group setting. Concert band instruments are: flute, oboe, bassoon, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, French horn, euphonium, trombone, tuba, bells, xylophone, drums & many other percussion instruments. We offer band classes ranging from absolute beginner to advanced levels, conducted by experienced, professional music directors. The two-hour classes are held once per week in the daytime or evening. We also offer enrichment classes in jazz performance and music theory. All classes are held at 662 Victoria Park Ave (North-West corner of Victoria Park and Danforth Ave) immediately south of the Victoria Park subway and bus TTC station. For more information about our music program see About Us.
NHBT members perform regularly in the community in large and small ensembles. To ask a question or to have us perform at your event, submit a Contact Us form.
Being a “Super-ager”…
A New York Times article (December 2016) suggested that (re)learning to play a musical instrument will go a long way to keeping your brain as sharp as when you were 25! So, take up a challenging activity…master a musical instrument!
Learning, Living, Laughing
New Horizons Band of Toronto is a member of New Horizons International Music Association
The New Horizons movement was founded more than two decades ago by Dr. Roy Ernst, professor emeritus at the Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester. The reach of this movement is now truly international. Find out more about the New Horizons International Music Association.