And now comes our 2020 series:
a dazzling concert season that
will simply blow you away!

 Cheng² Duo
 Sunday, May 3, 2020

This extravagantly talented pair is comprised of cellist Bryan Cheng and his sister, pianist Silvie Cheng. They are dynamic, their playing steeped in a rare balance of infectious joy and mature interpretation. They have been named one of CBC Music's "30 hot Canadian classical musicians under 30". They have thrilled audiences in world-class recital halls throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. Their obvious affection for each other and for their music radiates well beyond themselves and out into the audience. "Russian Soul" their program title and includes works by Prokofiev, Glazunov, Rachmaninoff, Arensky, and Scriabin. This promises to be an unforgettable afternoon.

Buzz Brass
Sunday, September 13, 2020

Fringe Review calls Buzz Brass "five very serious musicians with an art for clowning and communication. An absolute must for any music lover." Their renditions of Debussy. Ravel, Dvořák, Liszt and others give the impression they have been written specifically for these two trombones, two trumpets, and horn! The ensemble has made over 1,600 appearances, captivating music lovers around the world with their tremendous energy, humour, and original interpretations of the classics. Sit tight especially when they unleash Khachaturian's rollicking "Sabre Dance"!

Julie Nesrallah
Sunday, October 18, 2020

Many of us know Julie as "the girl with the big hair", the engaging and charming host of CBC Radio 2's Tempo. Around the world, she's known for her captivating personality and rich, expressive voice. Julie has performed with leading opera companies, symphonies, festivals, and chamber ensembles. In 2015, she performed at Carnegie Hall, and sang God Save the Queen for "Will and Kate" on their first visit to Canada. Her accompanist, Robert Kortgaard, a noted solo pianist in his own right, has performed with soprano Isabel Bayrakdarian, violinist Joshua Bell, and numerous other outstanding artists.

For tickets, contact Fred Shuttleworth: call 705-455-9060 or

Classical: the music that lives forever.