Here’s what’s happening online in Toronto this week.
Come Together is an online workshop, wellness, and music series created by Toronto event organizers SummerDaze aimed at engaging, connecting, and keeping a positive flow within the community. This week’s events include Hooping 101, Psychedelic Bookclub, and Style + Stretch with Top Collective.
Rivoli Home Sessions
Iconic Queen West venue Rivoli is hosting a social distancing series called Rivoli Home Sessions, which features musicians performing live daily on their Instagram page.
Arkells’ Flatten The Curve
If you’ve ever wanted to learn guitar, or just feel like sitting in on a music lesson, Max Kerman – lead singer of Hamilton rock band Arkells – is hosting a Flatten The Curve Music Class on the group’s Instagram page every day at 1 p.m.
Opera At Home
The Canadian Opera Company has launched a series called Opera At Home to “bring a bit of opera into your life during these challenging times.” Every day at 11 a.m., they’ll share a performance clip on their Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook pages.
Club Quarantine is a virtual queer dance party happening every night from 9 p.m. to midnight on the app Zoom. The party was started by four Toronto-based artists – Mingus New, Casey MQ, Andres Sierra, and Brad Allen – and has featured both local and international DJs.
Veg Spring E-Market
Hosted by the Toronto Vegetarian Association, the Veg Spring E-Market is the perfect place for those to warm up with, and to, everything veg! Tune in online from Friday to Sunday to stay up-to-date on the newest vegan products, online features, and how you can support your favourite veg businesses.
EveryBody Sweat (Inside)
EveryBody is coming to a browser near you with an interactive dance party of steamy proportions. Resident DJs Me Time and Danny Thrax will be playing tunes Saturday night from 9:30 p.m. to midnight.
With It is a monthly party at The Piston hosted by DJ Nico. She’ll be spinning her regular set of ’60s mod, soul, R&B, R&R, garage and funk on vinyl for this special virtual edition, happening Saturday night at 10 p.m.
For many years, Saigon Sundays was broadcasted live-to-air from the third floor of the now-defunct Whiskey Saigon nightclub. Now, DJs Paul Dhingra and Dwight Hybrid are making it a regular livestream where they’ll be spinning retro, post-punk, new wave, Britpop, and classic alternative every Sunday night from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.