Experience Icelandic food, music, film and more at this action-packed cultural event from Nov. 12-15! Taste of Iceland returns to Toronto November 12-15 to celebrate various aspects of Icelandic culture for the fifth time. Attendees will have the chance to experience authentic Icelandic cuisine at Luma, enjoy the free Reykjavik Calling concert at Adelaide Hall and […]
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Árstíðir in Toronto June 25th Arstidir in Toronto @ Church of St. Stephen in the Field 103 Bellevue Avenue, Toronto, ON M5T 2N8 Set: 8:00 PM All Ages Buy Now Icelandic band Árstíðir’s video of the group performing Icelandic hymn ‘Heyr himna smiður’ at a train station in Wuppertal, Germany and went viral afterwards. Watch it here. […]
Apparat Organ Quartet from Iceland comes to Toronto April 16, 2015 at the Drake Hotel, 1150 Queen St. W. (an extension of Winnipeg’s Núna (Now) Festival. For information on Núna (Now) Iceland-Canada Art Convergence April 17-28 in Winnipeg, go to http://nunanow.com AOQ – One Sheet
Fjóla Evans is a composer and cellist originally from Reykjavík, Iceland, with roots in Toronto, who writes both electronic and acoustic music. For details check out our events listings posted on the right side of the homepage or click the heading above.
Last year we sold out so don’t wait. Buy your tickets for Thorrablot this week! Thorrablot is the time to celebrate Spring with viking food, viking games and maybe even a viking or two! We are always graciously accepting donations for our Silent and Live Auctions. All proceeds go to our scholarships and Icelandic camp grant.
Update 10/18: Tickets are nearly sold out. For more information please contact Gail Einarson-McCleery at 416-762-8627 or email@example.com. Icelandic pianist Víkingur Ólafsson will be performing two Toronto solo recitals as part of his 2014 Canadian Concert Series. The Icelandic Canadian Club of Toronto and the Consulate of Iceland in Toronto are proud to present these events, as Ólafsson is an accomplished performer. […]