Join the GTPO

Instrument Vacancies

Current Season

We have room for the following instruments:

  • Violin
  • Double bass

Substitutes are needed for:

  • Oboe
  • Bassoon


Previous orchestra experience and knowledge of the 2017-18 program. An unique opportunity for advanced students interested in gaining orchestral experience.

Please send us an email stating your full name, instrument, contact information, and a brief description of your musical background.


Administrative Opportunities

No openings at present.


Join the GTPO Board

Interested in helping shape and support a vital community orchestra? Consider joining the GPTO board and putting your talents and energy to work. The GTPO is looking for individuals to endorse the mission, objectives and goals of the organization, monitor its operations, participate in the development of fundraising, and other policies and programs and assist in maintaining the fiscal responsibilities.

Please download the Board Position Description. PDF document


Student Mentorship Program

2017-2018 SEASON

The Greater Toronto Philharmonic Orchestra will provide mentorship program for two young violin players for the 2017-2018 season.

The goal of this mentorship program is to provide young musicians with orchestral experience to develop their skills and build their experience under a professional guidance.

The term will last from September 2017 to June 2018: the full 2017-18 season. Specific dates to be communicated to selected candidates. During the duration of this program students will be provided one on one mentorship from orchestra's principals.

Selected participants will be expected to attend all GTPO rehearsals which are on Sundays from 2:00 to 5:00 pm at Lawrence Park church. 

If you are interested please contact the executive director, Qazim Kallushi at or 647-238-0015.

Download the information sheet. PDF document

With the generous support of

  • Premier Homecare Services
  • Columbus Centre
  • St. John's Music
  • Toronto Arts Council
  • Ontario Arts Council
  • Ontario Trillium Foundation