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Hit That Note Easter Monday Camp

Apr 1, 2023 | Alex MacEachern

Activities will include music exploration, egg decorating and more. $48, call to register.

Orangeville District Music Festival

Feb 21, 2023 | Alex MacEachern

This is an adjudicated, noncompetitive festival, followed by a Gala Concert May15th at 7pm. The festival is open to musicians of all ages and skill levels, and is an excellent…

This Is Brampton: Drivewire

Oct 23, 2022 | Alex MacEachern

SounDrive Records is Brampton’s 1st indie record label, which is dedicated to assisting the immense amount of talent across the GTA to reaching financial freedom in what they love to…

Caledon Chamber Concerts Presents Madawaska String Quartet

Oct 17, 2022 | Alex MacEachern

We welcome back the Madawaska String Quartet. MSQ was founded in 2001 and has performed several times for our concert series. The quartet’s regular members – Sarah Fraser (violin), Jeewon…

Caledon Chamber Concerts Presents Guitarists Adam Cicchillitti and Steve Cowan

Oct 17, 2022 | Alex MacEachern

Both have set a benchmark in the world of classical guitar with their award-winning recordings, commissions of major orchestral works and competition performances. In 2021 they were awarded third prize…

Caledon Chamber Concerts Presents Angela Park (Pianist) and Sharon Wei (Violinist)

Oct 17, 2022 | Alex MacEachern

Both are on the faculty of Western University and have performed in a previous season with the string quartet Ensemble Made in Canada, which they cofounded. The program will include…

The Year in Music: 2010

Nov 21, 2010 | Online Editor | Back Issues

Lisa Watson’s annual review of local music.

Hallelujah! Handel’s Messiah Comes to the Hills

Nov 20, 2010 | Michele Green | Arts

A registered Canadian charity, Achill Choral Society began as a community choir in 1982.

Come On-A My House

Nov 20, 2010 | Lisa Watson | Back Issues

Great live music and an intimate setting. What could be better than a house concert?

The Year in Music: 2009

Nov 15, 2009 | Lisa Watson | Back Issues

For an average price of $20, for anything from eight tracks of epic electric guitar to ten total hits that deserve to be widely celebrated, I give you the poets and princes of music in the hills.


Nov 15, 2009 | Online Editor | Web Extras

Web Extra: Listen to sample tracks by musicians profiled in Lisa Watson’s review of the year in music.

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