Concerts & Events

  • Area youth will once again get creative to the max as they delve into visual arts, music, and drama at the Bach Festival Youth Arts Immersion Program in July 2018! Stellar instructors Aimee Rau, Catherine Weber, and Stacey Smith return to lead the camp. Stay tuned for more details!

  • July 13th, 2017

    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 […]

  • July 15th, 2017

    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 […]

  • July 6TH, 2017

    JUST BETWEEN FRIENDS JOHN AVEY and MARLENE FAGAN London’s musical treasure pianist Marlene Fagan and well-known Metropolitan Opera bass-baritone John Avey collaborate in a scintillating cabaret partnership. This duo called ‘Just Between Friends’ will showcase the timeless classics of Broadway and popular music. Since forming their partnership in April 2013, they have performed for Laureen Harper, […]

  • July 7th, 2017

    Bach Festival Canada is excited to bring back by popular acclaim, Spanish Pianist Leopoldo Erice following his stunning performance of Bach’s Goldberg Variations in 2015. Spanish pianist Leopoldo Erice (, born in Madrid in 1977, enjoys a performing and teaching career, which has brought him to Europe, the two Americas, Asia, and Africa. Among his […]

  • Described by the Scene magazine as a “musical force to be reckoned with,” Canadian cellist Cameron Crozman is hailed as one of the country’s finest young musicians. Currently playing on the Bonjour Stradivarius Cello and Shaw Adam cello bow generously on loan from the Canada Council for the Arts Instrument Bank, he has been praised […]

  • Canadian-born violinist Lara St. John has been described as “something of a phenomenon” by The Strad and a “high-powered soloist” by the New York Times. She has performed as soloist with the orchestras of Cleveland, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, and with the Boston Pops, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, NDR Symphony, Zurich Chamber […]

  • CHOR AMICA under the Direction of Gerald Fagan is one of the newest chamber choirs in London, Ontario, gathering an exciting group of musicians to perform choral gems in all genres to a professional standard. CHOR AMICA (a choir of friends) feels that London is a haven for fine choral groups, and we are happy to be […]

  • July 16th, 2017

    GALA CLOSING PERFORMANCE       The 2017 Bach Festival concludes with a glorious performance entitled OUR HOME AND NATIVE LAND. Under the baton of Artistic Director Gerald Fagan, 170 musicians will celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Canada. An All-Canadian cast featuring the Festival Massed Choir, the Festival Symphony Orchestra, and four Internationally Renowned Soloists are […]

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