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.
Dominique Beauséjour-Ostiguy has been ranked among the “30 hot Canadian classical musicians under 30” by CBC Music in 2018.
Gospel sensation Trey McLaughlin & The Sounds of Zamar, his anointed choir, bring their deeply communal experience to the Isabel.
This afternoon’s program is a feast for your ears with music by John Estacio, Cecilia Livingston, and Sergei Rachmaninoff.
The Isabel Voices presents the deeply moving, Considering Matthew Shepard, with acclaimed soloists, innovative staging, and an 8-piece ensemble.