March 25, 2023
Can you make music with tin cans, soda straws, garden hoses, and turkey basters? Juno Award-winning children's entertainer Al Simmons can! Discover the wacky science behind these zany instruments as he pits them against the string, woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments of the Kingston Symphony in this action-packed, sing-along concert.
April 3, 2023
The Prokofiev 6th sonata is choreographed by Peggy Baker and was originally performed by herself and Andrew Burashko in 1994
April 15, 2023
A Big Band tribute to the most enduring figure of the swing era, and the most famous of all Big Bands — GLENN MILLER.
April 21, 2023
Internationally renowned, Canadian-based Autorickshaw is on the cultural cutting-edge with their seamless and fresh-sounding blend of jazz, folk, pop, Indian classical music, and originals.
April 22, 2023
*Children's Series* Autorickshaw offers an interactive, educational concert focusing on the classical music of India and the fusing of Eastern and Western music.
April 23, 2023
Canadian violinist, Katya Poplyansky joins the Isabel Quartet, filling in for leader and first violinist, Laura Andriani.
April 27, 2023
This year, the Ban Righ Foundation Inspiring Women: An Evening at the Isabel combines our Spring Awards Ceremony and Inspiring Women Awards into one grand event.
April 28, 2023
The Abrams are a Canadian band composed of fourth-generation musicians John Abrams and James Abrams.
April 30, 2023
An end to the Kingston Symphony season with a blockbuster line-up, filled with musical fireworks a-plenty.
May 4, 2023
Join Sistema Kingston for their annual year-end concert celebration.
May 10-13, 2023
Watch the top young Canadian pianists perform live to place in the Bader & Overton Canadian Piano Competition at the Isabel. All concerts are free and open to the public.
May 14, 2023
A Jill Barber performance can transport you through time. On her new album Homemaker, the 3 time Juno Award nominee sees a return to the singer/songwriter’s folk roots as the project brims with Laurel Canyon era stripped-bare emotion and homespun instrumentation.