The Music Gallery is a centre for promoting and presenting innovation and experimentation in all forms of music, and for encouraging
cross-pollination between genres, disciplines and audience.
The Music Gallery is Toronto's Centre for Creative Music, founded in 1976 by Peter Anson and Al Mattes of the free-improvising group, CCMC. Since its inception, the Music Gallery has been a publicly assisted centre for the creation, development and performance of art music from all genres. Since 2001, the Music Gallery has found a home at St. George the Martyr Church, located at 197 John Street, at the southern end of Grange Park.