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Coming Soon

The Big Night 2017
The Big Night 2017
$150 - On Sale Now Enjoy an evening of music, food and wine. Live and silent auctions celebrating Canada and our Community! Dance to the music of Scotch Mary, paying homage to the four founding provinces.
Opening Gala: A Musical Kaleidoscope
$65 -On Sale Soon Music Niagara Performance Academy graduate violinist Emma Meinrenken, with the Canadian Chamber Academy Orchestra. The World Premiere of Music Niagara’s Composer-in-Residence Barbara Croall’s newest work. Internationally acclaimed Italian harpist Floraleda Sacchi plays Vivaldi’s Four Seasons for Harp and Orchestra
Choral Masterworks
$50 - On Sale Now Following their sold-out appearances in 2012 and 2014, the choir returns to enchant Music Niagara audiences with more of their heavenly singing.
The Mike Field Quintet
$40 and $65 - On Sale Soon Get ready for a concert of toe-tapping, catchy melodies! Mike’s latest album reached the top of the Canadian jazz charts and has been nominated for two global Independent Music Awards (IMAs).
Where Have All The Folk Songs Gone?
Free Take a musical trip back to the 1960s coffeehouses of Greenwich Village and Yorkville. Sing along, or just take in the great folk songs of Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, Peter Paul & Mary, Ian and Sylvia and more!
Gryphon Trio
$45 - On Sale Soon With a repertoire that ranges from the traditional to the contemporary and from European classicism to modern-day multimedia, the Gryphon Trio is committed to redefining chamber music for the 21st century.
It Don’t Mean a Thing (if it ain’t got that swing)
$50 - On Sale Now This is the second concert they will perform in Niagara-on-the-Lake this year. Includes a capella works by Morley, Gibbons, Grainger, Rathbone, Shaw, and Naylor
Swiss Piano Trio
$45 - On Sale Soon A multimedia performance offering a uniquely sensual experience. Beethoven: Piano Trio in B-flat major Op. 11 Wettstein: Alpentangomania Rimsky Korsakov: Scheherazade
Oystein Baadsvik
Get Ready to Tuba
$40 - On Sale Soon Oystein Baadsvik, the number one tuba player in the world, makes his debut performance at Music Niagara. He will be joined by pianist Benjamin Smith and the CamerAtis Ensemble. You'll never hear tuba the same way again!
Shaw and Music with Christopher Newton
$40 - On Sale Soon Christopher Newton, former Shaw Festival Artistic Director, brings back the wit and knowledge of George Bernard Shaw’s critical music reviews. The program features works by composers that Shaw reviewed during his tenure as a music critic for London’s The Star, writing under the pen name Corno di Bassetto (Basset Horn).

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A Performance Summer Opportunity


Skill –based, practical activities to enhance the concert stage, competitions, auditions – and personal confidence

Master Classes with Limited Enrollment

Taught by Shaw Festival alumni and ensemble

The Students

All are exceptional and dedicated music students between ages 12 – 25.

What make a great performance an unforgettable performance from the moment you walk on stage, to the moment you take your bow ?

Confidence, Discipline, Stage Presence, and Stage Personality.

Music Niagara Academy students gain all of that – plus new friends, a lot of fun, and fabulous memories.

To learn more about this unique program and opportunities,

please contact:

Barbara Worthy, Academy Director  905 468 002

Sarah Lynch, Executive Director  905 468 5566


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