Worthy of any music lover’s drive…
A spectacular opening weekend!
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The Collingwood Music Festival brings exceptional performances to Collingwood each summer, featuring award-winning artists in the fields of classical, world, jazz and Indigenous genres.
Running from July 9-15, 2022, you’ll hear the brilliant, symphonic power of the National Academy Orchestra of Canada, followed by a program of popular spirituals with the Nathaniel Dett Chorale and a swingin’ a cappella choir – Countermeasure, which will have you singin’ along and dancing in the aisles. And that’s just the start!
This year, we are also hosting FREE events for youth in nearby Duntroon Highlands Golf Club, with an enchanted, musical pathway coupled with the serenity of nature – all outdoors with charming views of the bay.
Tickets are now ready for sale! Use this website to check out our detailed schedule of events, including a special fundraising matinée starring the celebrated dramatic tenor Ben Heppner on June 5, 2022 at Windrush Estate Winery.
– Collingwood Festival Family
Daniel Vnukowski welcomed Muckpaloo Ipeelie, the CEO of the Urban Inuit Identity Project to Classical Jukebox
Daniel Vnukowski welcomed Maestro Alain Trudel to the Classical Jukebox to discuss some highlights of his career.
Join us outdoors in front of the iconic Collingwood sign on Thursday, July 7th at 4pm for a press conference.
We Need Your Help
Did you know that revenue from ticket sales pays less than one-half of the costs of bringing great music and performers to you? Your donation to the Collingwood Music Festival family helps us to close the gap between ticket revenue and production expenses.
Our primary venue, First Presbyterian Church in Collingwood, does not have numbered seating. However, by donating $100 or more, you’ll not only receive a tax receipt for the full amount of your donation, but also be able to sit in the first three rows regardless of what time you arrive.
- Thank You
Donations over $20 will receive a Tax Receipt
The Collingwood Music Festival acknowledges that the area in which we work is the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee and Huron-Wendat peoples and is subject to Treaty 18, 1818 of the Upper Canada Treaties.
4-115 First St., Suite 437
Office: (705) 416-1317
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