Pat Metheny Toronto Ontario Tickets, Sony Centre For The Performing Arts, Oct 9, 2018, Concert
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Pat Metheny Toronto Concert Tickets in Oct 9, 2018 at Sony Centre For The Performing Arts in 08:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced Pat Metheny North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Pat Metheny Tour Page.

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12 Responses to “Pat Metheny Toronto Ontario Tickets, Sony Centre For The Performing Arts, Oct 9, 2018, Concert”

  1. Moses Samona

    First time at The Beacon Theater, I did’n feel it was appropriate for his concert.
    The people moved too much, talked to much, I didn’t enjoy the concert.

  2. Fallon Kasel

    Excellent show from an outstaning musician. All of the band were wonderful.

  3. Mitsue Pfisterer

    The promo picture is deceiving. That’s the Metheny Unity Band. This was Metheny playing Metheny with supporting musicians hand picked by him. And they were just fantastic! He didn’t bother calling out the song titles because in almost all cases the audience knew and loved them. When he did speak he admitted these were older beloved tunes chosen expressly to hear this band play them. And play them they did!

  4. Neal Lessley

    He’s a professional and an absolute artist/musician!

  5. Breana Oberst

    Simple stage set-up and virtuoso performances on a beautiful evening in northeast Ohio. Pat Metheny and his band delivered a well-paced performance of compositions from his extensive catalog. The 20 time Grammy winner played with fire and delicacy throughout the show. He also happily shared the spotlight with his band mates and seemed to be enjoying himself throughout the 2 hour performances. Bravo!

  6. Alvera Damico

    Pat Metheny has been innovating in jazz since the mid-70s, and now, all these decades later, this continues to be the case. I’ve been to Pat’s live performances three times over the years, and these have been true musical events. He and his bands have always been stunningly virtuosic and expressive. This event at Cain Park was no exception. This was an awesome four-piece band of virtuosos playing at the top of their game for two-and-a-half hours! The compositions varied from the most lilting, beautiful and romantic, through to staggering jazz, jazz-funk, and jazz-fusion, to some lengthy complex chord-melody expositions; and the timbral palette went from acoustic instruments, to electric, to MIDI instruments. Each of the instrumentalists had ample opportunity to take extended solo spots, all of which were brilliant. Pat Metheny has not slowed down in spite of having reached 62 years of age. He still plays with fantastic intensity and endurance. It was a great and memorable performance.

  7. Cleotilde Mateen

    Seeing Metheny perform is being witness to a prodigal encounter. The guy is clearly a brilliant guitar player. I’ve seen him several times over the past 30 years, with some shows being much bigger productions than others. This particular show, “An Evening With…”, offered a casual presentation, rather than a well structured thematic show, which has been a hallmark of the past shows I’ve seen. Not surprisingly his band members were very talented. I wish the piano player was facing the audience (rather than having his back to us), and it would have been nice to hear Metheny speak to the audience a little bit. He has fans (myself included), who would be very interested in what he has to say about his instruments, the selection of tunes comprising the evening, or even his insights about where jazz is heading today. All in all, I would highly recommend everyone seeing him. He’s a living legend in the annals of jazz. It would have been nice to allow a moment for pictures or video. As for the Beacon Theater, I recommend you enforce a policy prohibiting people from coming in late; it was very disruptive!!!!!!

  8. Melba Renk

    Amazing night! Amazing concert! I have follower Pat for a long time and this set up was brilliant! Very well balanced and amazingly talented musicians.

  9. Danica Rivkin

    It was a wonderful night of old Sounds and Music that we love from the great masters of the Acoustics, Drums, Bass, and Piano. Our family has been avid Fans of Pat Metheny and the many musicians who make up his group since the Falcon and the Snowman!! The addition of the female bass (cello) Linda May Han Oh blew our minds. Antonio Sanchez made it sound as if 5 drummers were on the stage and Gwilym Simcock was as refreshing and versatile as Lyle Mays, adding his own personal and sparkling vibrations to the keyboard. Although we wanted so much to hear the live vocals (which were absent) Pat Metheny never once disappointed us. His music still gives us goosebumps, chills and makes us swoon from musical pleasure!!

  10. Anderson Barick

    Would of liked to hear more selections from the Pat Metheny Group. Concert was too slow and melodramatic, almost fell asleep.

  11. Lizeth Kunde

    A-1 SHOW. Pat played all of his classics.
    Would definitely recommend show.

  12. Rosendo Brayer

    Setting aside I’m a major fan of Pat Metheny’s work, and that we both attended U of Miami at the same time, it is still the only ticket in town I will spend the bigger bucks to see. Why?
    He and his hand chosen, brilliant, fellow musicians are simply the best there is out there. Combined with Pat’s signature jazz fusion/Brazilian/high tech, flair, these guys leave nothing left in the tank. It’s ALL out there, on stage for 3 hours of glorious sound, that always seems too short. Pat and Co. take the audience on a journey. Some of the music reaching heights that seem to defy human ability. The emotional ride is truly staggering and I always end up feeling transported and altered. Friday night was no exception. Switching from intense musical duets to new material with fabulously rich sounding themes, to beautiful, touching melodies, I can only say, I’ll be back as long as Pat is able to play. I’ve attended at least 8 Pat Metheny concerts over the years, and they are NEVER the same and ALWAYS extraordinary. My only complaint…why can’t he come to LA more often!!!


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