LAST CHANCE! Purchase a 2022 Gold Pass For Access To Every Event
A 2022 Gold Pass gives you access to every festival event taking place between July 9-15, 2022. After events take place, the price of the pass will also be reduced up to July 13th. So visit this page again after concert nights for sweet deals!
Gain Access to All of the Following Summer Festival Events
#1 Saturday, July 9, 7pm – Inaugural Concert – Rhapsody On The Bay
It’s the National Academy Orchestra’s majestic return to Collingwood. Enjoy the brilliant, symphonic power of its full 55-member ensemble with our very own Artistic Director Daniel Vnukowski at the piano performing Gershwin’s timeless masterpiece.
#2 Sunday, July 10, 3pm – SING! in the Summer
SING! in the Summer Presents The Ault Sisters, FreePlay, and Hampton Avenue in a concert of stunning a cappella harmonies. These jazz-infused choral groups have all the rhythm & grooves you need for a perfect Sunday afternoon. Tantalize your senses with sing-a-long favourites, while dancing-along in the aisles!
#3 Monday, July 11, 7pm – iskwē and Tom Wilson
Starring Juno Award-winning artist, songwriter, and performer, iskwē and Canadian music legend Tom Wilson
With Mother Love, iskwē | ᐃᐢᑫᐧᐤ (Cree Métis) and Tom Wilson | Tehoh’ahake have created an album that’s as powerful as it is personal, a set of songs on which their disparate vocal styles fuse seamlessly and, in doing so, result in a sound uniquely their own.
#4 Tuesday, July 12, 7pm – Canada’s Celebrated String Quartet
A champion of contemporary music that has premiered over 100 new works from composers in Canada and abroad, the Penderecki String Quartet has three dozen recordings to their name, including a JUNO award for best composition. This concert also features a surprise work commissioned by our festival.
#5 Wednesday, July 13, 7pm – KUNÉ Global Orchestra
Explore and celebrate Canada’s cultural diversity and pluralism with 11 world-class musicians from abroad, each performing on a unique instrument from their homeland, and one Métis, all of whom call Canada home. Kuné means “together” in Esperanto.
#6 Thursday, July 14, 7pm – A Fantasy of Spirituals, Partsongs and Folk Songs
The Nathaniel Dett Chorale, North America’s only Afrocentric professional chamber choir, enchants you with a program of popular spirituals, including a special tribute to the first AfroCanadian composer, Dr. Nathaniel Dett.
#7 Friday, July 15, 7pm – Finale: The Trout
An intimate chamber music evening starring the Rolston String Quartet joined by special guests Joel Quarrington, acclaimed double-bassist and Marta Potulska, a brilliant violist from Vienna. Franz Schubert’s playful song about a fisherman’s latest catch comes to life in this dazzling set of variations.
First Presbyterian Church
200 Maple Street Collingwood, ON