Queen’s Choral and Percussion Ensembles
One of the most fascinating aspects of orchestral music is that much of it has survived for centuries. This music never goes out of style and today’s program includes works by three composers who define the word “classic.” Led by Maestra Dina Gilbert, the orchestra performs works by some of the most celebrated composers.
An evening of songs, stories, stripped-back & solo Tim Baker has come a long way to be with you. He’s come from the far, rocky, northeastern shores of Newfoundland.
Kingston's jazz and rock vocalist, Miss Emily.
Join The Isabel Voices in A Festive Celebration — an enchanting afternoon of seasonal favourites, accompanied by piano, string quartet, and harp.
Featuring mezzo soprano Marion Newman, narrator aaron m. wells, and the Gryphon Trio, this multimedia project is an exploration of the many efforts around the world to bring voice to submerged histories.
This December, the Good Lovelies' annual Christmas tour hits the road in Ontario, bringing classic holiday songs, timeless winter selections, and original material to Kingston!
The Kingston Symphony's Candlelight Christmas features cherished classics alongside a host of seasonal favourites, and a bunch of holiday surprises.
Jazz pianist Matt Herskowitz and the Kingston Symphony embark on a journey through Johann Sebastian Bach's music.
“one of the Grandes Dames of piano playing” (Frankfurter Allgemeine)
Jeffrey Leung, the DAN School’s dynamic saxophone teacher, presents six compositions utilizing four saxophones and the Canadian premiere of Sweet Nothings by Gala Flagello. Jeffrey will be joined by collaborative pianist Wesley Shen and DSDM faculty members baritone, Bruce Kelly, flautist, Sarah Yunji Moon and pianist, Dina Namer.