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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.
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.
Reception 6:30 PM
Concert 7:30 PM
Following their sold-out appearances in 2012 and 2014, the Choir of Trinity College Cambridge returns to enchant Music Niagara audiences with more of their heavenly singing.
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).
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!
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.
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
With James McKie. Rooted in the traditional music of Ireland and Scotland, these Juno nominated and Juno winning musicians return to Music Niagara with a repertoire that pays homage to the original provinces of the Canadian Confederation, featuring music from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, and Ontario.
The Gould String Quartet (Ensemble-in-Residence) performs works by Haydn and Mozart in one of the newest wineries in NIagara.
A multimedia performance offering a uniquely sensual experience.
Beethoven: Piano Trio in B-flat major Op. 11
Rimsky Korsakov: Scheherazade
Treat yourself to the smooth tonality of Jeff's vocals. Hear well-known and well-loved classics from years gone by. Jeff will perform music from the American Songbook including compositions by Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra, as well as romantic swing music and Bossa Nova.
The Two Row Dancers and Singers share the beauty of North American Native song and dance for all to participate.
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!
Christopher Newton, former Shaw Festival Artistic Director, brings back the wit and wisdom 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).
Renowned Canadian pianist André Laplante is universally hailed as one of the great romantic pianists of the age. Critics have compared him with Ashkenazy, Horowitz and Rudolph Serkin, placing him in the elite circle of virtuoso pianists who do not hesitate to take risks. This year, he brings the music of Schubert, Liszt and Chopin to Niagara.
Featuring 3-time Canadian Grand Master Fiddle Champions and Ontario Open Step Dance Champions, this unique sibling act features high-energy fiddling and mind-blowing step dancing, originating from Ottawa-Valley, Celtic, and Old-time styles. The rare combination of exceptional musicianship, incomparable step dancing, audience interaction, evident love of performing, and genuine sibling connection resonates with audiences of all ages and sets this group apart.
Cameron Crozman performs an exciting program displaying the varied and complex characteristics of one of the best Stradivari cellos in the world. Paul Kim and Min Jung Kim also lead Music Niagara Performance Academy students in performances of Vivaldi violin concertos.
“Canada’s national treasure” (TheWholenote.com), André Laplante returns and joins forces with Atis Bankas and the CamerAtis Ensemble for an all-Beethoven program.
Free - One of the oldest concert bands in Canada, they have performed a regular summer concert series since 1851. With nearly 50 members from across Niagara, this band is a full ensemble of woodwind, brass and percussion.Find out more »
Accompanied by a string quartet, Christopher Hall (clarinet) delights people with beautiful music while making them laugh!
On December 16, 1825 Canadian musician, Theodor Molt met Ludwig van Beethoven. With music, drama, video, history and informed speculation The Missing Pages investigates the mysterious rift between these two. Featuring Tom Allen, Lori Gemmell, Bryce Kulak, and Patricia O'Callaghan.
The Music Niagara Performance Academy, now in its fourth year, offers a unique artist development program for exceptional young musicians. Witness the future of classical music in this showcase of their endearing vitality and exciting talent.
One of Canada’s masters of the clarinet, James Campbell will delight audiences with music from sweeping variety of eras. Program includes works from Schubert, Schumann, Verdi/Bassi, Donizetti, Edith Piaf, Duke Ellington, Tom Jobim, Django Reinhardt, and Leonard Berstein’s West Side Story.
- Whiskey Jack doesn’t just sing the Stompin’ Tom hits, they perform them. Having toured and played hundreds of shows with the man himself, their genuine interpretations are always spirited, and lively!
Juno award winning, and world-renown contrabassist Joel Quarrington brings an all-Rossini program to St. Mark’s. Rossini himself was a avid gastronomist who created many of his own recipes. Also featuring Carole Sirois, cello.
The Ken Taylor Trio captures audiences with energizing new arrangements of jazz standards as well as edgier works by composers like Lennie Tristano, Joe Henderson and Lee Morgan. Featuring Ken Taylor, guitar; Bob Mills, bass; John Collin, drums.
Alana and Leigh Cline are a Toronto-based Celtic fiddle/guitar instrumental duo who combine Irish, Cape Breton and Scottish styles to create their own sound.
Celebrate Canada's sesquicentennial with a program of music from the Founding Fathers (Britain and France) along with Canada's own Healey Willan. Also includes music by Debussy, Elgar and Ravel.
With Jonathan Crow and Philip Chiu
A festival favourite for many years, Robert Silverman returns to perform music by Beethoven and Chopin.
One of the most exciting big bands around, reviving the spirit, style and sound of the ’30s, ’40s and ’50s – that golden age of the big bands.
Three Order of Canada recipients – Guido Basso, trumpet, flugelhorn, Dave Young, double bass, and Terry Clark on drums join internationally acclaimed Niagara-based jazz pianist John Sherwood in this extraordinary feast of mastery and imagination.
The Saint John String Quartet, one of Canada’s longest established string quartets, marks it 30th anniversary in its debut performance at Music Niagara.Find out more »
Come hear some young jazz musicians explore the art of improvisation, paying homage to the tradition while looking forward. Inspired by the great trios led by Bill Evans, Keith Jarrett, and Brad Mehldau, the group will play songs from the great american songbook as well as some new material
In what has become an annual tradition, this passionate and creative troupe of dancers and drummers present their colourful music and dance stories revealing the wonders of Japanese culture and history.
Supremely talented, deliciously smart, endlessly creative, refreshingly funny and always surprising, Quartetto Gelato return with their exhilarating blend of the classics, passion and humour with mulit-instrument, 100% Canadian mastery.Find out more »
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