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Jul
14
Opening Gala: Countermeasure
Opening Gala: Countermeasure Smooth harmonies, joyful performances and infectious energy. Get ready for next-level a capella with Countermeasure! Featuring some of Canada’s top young vocal talent, the group delivers a magical and memorable musical experience that has earned critical and public acclaim. Reception to start at 3pm. Tickets start at $50 + taxes and fees …
Jul
15
From Vienna to Broadway: Cabaret
From Vienna to Broadway: Cabaret The enchanting and versatile Inga Filippova, soprano, will perform in a magical cabaret evening of music you will not want to miss with Victoria Kogan, piano, and the Gould String Quartet. Music by Johann Strauss, George Gershwin, John Kander, Fritz Keisler, and more! Tickets start at $50 + taxes and …
Jul
19
Easy Fridays – The “jeru” Quartet: Music of the Legendary Chet Baker
The “jeru” Quartet featuring top Canadian veteran jazz musicians Pol Coussee, Steve McDade, Pat Collins and Terry Clarke, winners of Juno and Grammy awards.  
Jul
20
Wine & Music with an Italian theme: Elinor Frey, cello
Wine & Music with an Italian theme: Elinor Frey, Cello Presented in the unique historical venue of Mount Carmel Monastery’s chapel in Niagara Falls, coupled with Monastery Cellar’s winery, cellist Elinor Frey and harpsichordist Mark Edwards have been searching for the most beautiful Baroque cello music from Italy, the country where cello music first appeared. …
Jul
20
Paris Connection: Odin String Quartet featuring Victoria Kogan, piano and Atis Bankas, violin
Paris Connection: odin string quartet featuring victoria kogan and atis bankas The Toronto-based Odin String Quartet will delight audiences with a variety of French compositions sure to inspire with special appearances by renowned pianist Victoria Kogan and violinist Atis Bankas – Artistic Director of Music Niagara – in Chausson’s Concerto for Violin, Piano and String …
Jul
21
Sundays in the Park: The Retro Ramblers
Sundays in the Park: The Retro Ramblers   “Songs of your life in four part harmony”. The Retro Ramblers are three guys who love to sing. Their repertoire is focused on songs from the seventies and eighties with a little contemporary funk thrown in. Add a few singalongs and the occasional political satire, and you …
Jul
21
Paris Connection: Janina Fialkowska, piano
Paris Connection: Janina Fialkowska, piano For more than 40 years the renowned concert pianist, Janina Fialkowska, has enchanted audiences around the world with her refreshing natural approach and her unique piano sound. Fialkowska will be performing a nostalgic program of pieces which connect to Paris and the first 18 years of her musical life. Tickets …
Jul
22
Young Virtuosos 1
Young Virtuosos 1   Emerging musicians, known to us as our “young virtuosos”, ages 8-18, and students of the 2019 Music Niagara Performance Academy, will awe you with their extraordinary musical talents in this one- hour showcase concert. This concert is Pay-what-you-can at the door admission.
Jul
22
Last Night of the Proms
Last Night of the Proms It’s the most famous annual concert series in classical music — the Proms! Featuring popular classics and British patriotic pieces, Niagara Proms Orchestra with special guest appearance by Kerry Stratton, is an evening to be anticipated! British flags and costumes encouraged. Tickets start at $45 + taxes and fees, order …
Jul
24
Elmer Iseler Singers
elmer iseler singers Back by popular demand, the Elmer Iseler Singers will once again make the rafters ring as their twenty voices unite in song. This fully professional choral ensemble has been delighting audiences for over 40 years with a repertoire that spans 500 years and focuses on Canadian composers. Tickets start at $45 + …

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Music Niagara Festival 2019 – Season Welcome

Atis Bankas
Atis Bankas

Dear friends,

There isn’t a greater satisfaction for a musician than entertaining music lovers and sharing musical experiences with audiences. Presenting live music has been my life long passion and this year brings us all to the 21st season of the Music Niagara Festival.

Blessed with natural beauty and history, Niagara is a world renowned magnet for wine, theatre and music. Music Niagara Festival’s 21st season offers exceptional performances by Canadian and international artists that will leave the audiences inspired, intrigued, amused, better informed, and above all, entertained.  You will enjoy hearing young rising stars, among them some of the 2018 winners of the Canada Council’s Instrument Bank Competition, playing priceless instruments including two Stradivarius violins. Our Music Niagara Performance Academy young virtuosos will delight you with their incredible skills and maturity beyond their years.

Always striving to introduce new artists to our audiences along with well-loved performers, our diverse festival lineup will satisfy even the most discerning listeners with its wide-ranging musical tastes. Among this season’s international musical flavours are French and Italian themes, Cuban jazz and Czech musical delights.  Renowned musicians from Holland, France, Czech Republic and Italy will join us.  Our Performance Academy will welcome young musicians from Mexico.

Continuing our collaboration with the Niagara TD Jazz festival, this season’s event will offer a special combination of jazz, classical music and humour. Our Music Niagara Festival prides itself in presenting something for everyone –  classical, jazz, choral, pop and country.

Find your favourites and come to hear exceptional artists at unique and acoustically superb venues.

The world is coming to play for you!

See you soon!

Atis Bankas

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It would be impossible to mount Music Niagara’s impressive Festival and all-season performances, without the help of our major financial partners. These public and private partners annually contribute a total of more than $150,000, together providing the core funding necessary to bring the Festival to life.

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