OTOB consists of professional musicians who encourage students to perform.
Our students have won various awards and scholarships in RCM examinations, local music festivals and competitions. Some have been accepted to various arts schools and university music programs across North America and have pursued music as a career.
Come and check out our talented and hard working students performing at these upcoming community events. If you’re interested in booking our student performers for your upcoming event please contact Carissa: 647 343 7272 email@example.com
Below are some events that our students have performed at:
OTOB will be providing musical entertainment for the Greenwood Farmer’s Market from 3:30 – 6:30pm
Our “Little Beats” classes will be leading the “March for Music Therapy” event downtown Toronto. This event is a fundraising event for Music Therapy!
OTOB’s annual holiday recital! Student performances run from 2:00 – 10:00pm
OTOB will be performing at the Riverside Tree Lighting ceremony from 6:15 – 7:00pm.
Come cheer us on and also spread some holiday cheer! More information on the event.
OTOB will be performing in our outdoor stage form Leslieville’s Wanderlust event from 6:00 – 9:00pm. Come check us out and don’t forget to browse around the neighbourhood for other deals, events and tastings!
OTOB’s jazz piano student will be performing at the Coady street party.
OTOB’s classical duo is performing at Gerrard Square Mall for a Chinese New Year’s celebration.
Open monthly mini recital at OTOB’s grand piano room for any student who want to come and perform (and have cupcakes!).
OTOB’s string ensemble and rock band will showcase their talent here at OTOB as part of Leslieville’s Wanderlust Event
One of our jazz piano students will be performing in this amazing jazz fundraising event to fight women abuse.
Neighbourhood Unitarian Universalist Church (79 Hiawatha Road)
OTOB’s annual holiday recital featuring all of our 200 talented students
Sunday brunch at the Jazz Bistro. OTOB’s 12 year old jazz pianist is performing!
Some past venues have included: Leslieville Public School Fun Fair, Duke of Connaught Fun Fair, Arts Market Fundraiser, Dundas Fun Fair, St. Joseph’s Catholic School Fun Fair, St. Joseph’s Silent Soiree Fundraiser which was featured in SNAP’s May edition, centre stage at Leslieville’s Annual Summer Wanderlust, and OTOB’s annual Spring and Holiday recitals.
Piano student, Sofie, placed 1st in her Grade 2 piano category at the North York Music Festival in 2013, and was invited to perform at the final Gala Concert! Congratulations, Sofie!