Gavin Hope

  • June 24, 2023
  • 6:30 pm
  • TD Village Stage
Sirius XM Presents

The music for this performance is funded in part by the Recording Industries Music Performance Trust Fund in cooperation with Local 149, Toronto, Canadian Federation of Musicians.



Gavin Hope is a three-time Juno Award Nominee, both as a solo vocalist and also as the youngest and longest running baritone member of the iconic Canadian a cappella pop group, The Nylons. With the band, Gavin has toured many theatres, arenas, and festivals globally from Europe to China to Brazil, and was invited twice to headline the Borneo International Jazz Festival. He has recorded 6 studio albums with the group, as well as recorded two successful solo albums “Anything Like Mine” which had several nationally charting singles on the radio, and most recently the critically acclaimed jazz album “For All We Know” with Bill King. Gavin has shared the stage with many great performers including Natalie Cole, Aretha Franklin, Deborah Cox, David Foster, Jill Scott, Corey Hart and Michael Bolton, just to name a few.

Gavin was also an original Canadian Cast member of the hit Broadway musicals The Lion King and RENT in Toronto, and continues performing in the theatre, most recently in a world premiere Canadian Black Opera, Of The Sea. Besides countless commercials and tv appearances, theatre, and Nylons tour dates, Gavin has also toured internationally as a solo vocalist, and has been a core headlining featured vocalist with Jeans N Classics for over a decade, performing Symphony Pops concerts in the US and Canada, bringing the music of Earth Wind and Fire, Luther Vandross, Michael Jackson, Prince, Stevie Wonder, Motown, Rocky Horror, and many more artists and shows to the symphonic stage and to thousands of enthusiastic concert goers. From jazz to soul, pop, and blues, Gavin’s rich voice and uplifting energized stage presence is always something to remember.

The Music Performance Trust Fund is funded by the Recording Industries of North America and is independent of the American Federation of Musicians. The fund was established in 1948 as part of a landmark agreement between the AFM and the major record companies of the day. Current signatory labels include Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group and Walt Disney Records.