Featuring: Earth Song, The Play – by Dave McKenzie Students strut their stuff for family and friends after a week of Art, Drama, and Music all woven together to show their talent and enthusiasm for the Arts! Look for their Art work, Craft work, and enjoy the performance of Earth Song.
It is with great sadness we announce the sudden passing of Gerry Smith. This concert will go ahead, with Canadian fiddling champion Shane Cook and the Bach Festival, dedicating this performance to Gerry and his family. Gerry Smith & His Legacy: When Shane was approached about coming to Exeter, he said that he had never […]
Noon Hour concerts return! Plan to spend your lunch hour at one of the 3 concerts held during the Bach Festival. Saturday July 15th arrive at Trivitt Memorial Anglican Church by Noon with your lunch in hand for an organ recital featuring Dr. Richard Heinzle! Dr. Richard Heinzle In January 2014, Dr. Richard Heinzle assumed […]
When Artistic Director Gerald Fagan planned the 2017 Festival, at the top of his list was the extraordinary line-up of Canadian musicians – those who live here, have moved away yet will come home and those who are new to this great country. What better way to celebrate than to have a finale concert bursting […]CONTINUE READING →
Plan to spend a gorgeous Sunday afternoon with Lara & Matt, as they present a program perfect for a summer’s afternoon. From Cesar Franck: Sonata for Violin and Piano to George Gershwin; Armenian, Hungarian & Israeli compositions to JS Bach himself! And each with the signature twist of this talented Canadian duo. Join us in welcoming Lara & […]CONTINUE READING →
Enroute from Paris, France, Canadian Cameron Crozman is bringing his extraordinary talent to the Bach Festival. And what an evening of music it will be! Crozman begins with Gabrielli and Bach before moving on to Mystery Variations on the Chiacona of Giuseppe Colombi and the world premiere of The Book of Elegent Feelings written by Kelly-Marie Murphy […]CONTINUE READING →