What a pleasure it was to recently play for a real live audience on a real live (well maybe not really alive) stage! Thanks so much to the Prince Edward Island Symphony for inviting us to open their “Season Like No Other” and to Karem Simon for joining us on a few sextet numbers. The Confederation Centre main stage was sold out! So a huge thank you to everyone who came to revive live music in our community. We appreciate your presence and your commitment to physical distancing, mask wearing, and all the other pandemic lifestyle shifts that made coming together for this concert possible and that continue to keep our community safe and healthy.
We’re looking forward to sharing more music with real people in real places soon. And the fun begins November 7, when we kick off our own season like no other. We’ve got 4 special concerts up our sleeves that celebrate the life and work of PEI architect William Critchlow Harris. We’ll be performing works from his lifetime alongside music from our own era. Plus we’ve got brand new compositions from members of the String Machine. And, of course, we’ll be performing it all in Harris’ wonderfully acoustic St. Paul’s Anglican Church.
Due to restrictions on the number of people we can have in the audience, we’ll be offering two shows on November 7th — one at 2:30pm and one at 7:30pm. Tickets are $25 ($15 for students) and can be purchased in advance by contacting us. Tickets will also be available at the door, space permitting.