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We welcome our audience back to the concert hall with an exciting 21-22 Season! Learn all about our concerts and plan your NSO experience today.

All Tchaikovsky

Partridge Hall 250 St Paul St, St. Catharines

Bradley Thachuk, conductor
David Fung, piano
Tchaikovsky | Piano Concerto No. 1
Tchaikovsky | Romeo & Juliet
Tchaikovsky | 1812 Overture

The boom of war cannons and the tragedy of forbidden love – Tchaikovsky captures the passion and pain of history in his beloved scores.

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Holiday Favourites

Partridge Hall 250 St Paul St, St. Catharines

Bradley Thachuk, conductor
Kaylee Harwood, vocalist
Sayer Roberts, vocalist
Laura Secord S.S Choir, Katryna Sacco, director

Celebrate the holidays with the familiar sounds of the most enchanting season!

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Holiday Favourites

Partridge Hall 250 St Paul St, St. Catharines

Bradley Thachuk, conductor
Kaylee Harwood, vocalist
Sayer Roberts, vocalist
Laura Secord S.S Choir, Katryna Sacco, director

Celebrate the holidays with the familiar sounds of the most enchanting season!

Invisible Cities

Partridge Hall 250 St Paul St, St. Catharines

Bradley Thachuk, conductor
TorQ Percussion Quartet, percussion

Glinka | Overture to Ruslan and Lyudmila
Dinuk Wijeratne | Invisible Cities
Concerto for Percussion Quartet and Orchestra
World Premiere - Orchestra Version
Rimsky-Korsakov | Scheherazade

Folk tales, legends, and imaginary travelogues are brought to life through a kaleidoscope of bright colours and unforgettable melodies.

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Sarah Sings Joni Mitchell

Partridge Hall 250 St Paul St, St. Catharines

Bradley Thachuk, conductor
Sarah Slean, vocalist

Joni Mitchell’s iconic blend of blues, rock, and jazz has made her of one of Canada’s most beloved folk musicians.

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Sarah Sings Joni Mitchell

Partridge Hall 250 St Paul St, St. Catharines

Bradley Thachuk, conductor
Sarah Slean, vocalist

Joni Mitchell’s iconic blend of blues, rock, and jazz has made her of one of Canada’s most beloved folk musicians.

Deep Purple Rising

Partridge Hall 250 St Paul St, St. Catharines

A symphonic tribute to the legacy of Deep Purple
Bradley Thachuk, conductor
Joe Retta, vocalist

From Hush and Smoke on the Water to Whitesnake’s Here I Go Again, Deep Purple and the bands formed from its former members have delivered music fans some of their most beloved hits and anthems.

Enigma Variations

Partridge Hall 250 St Paul St, St. Catharines

Bradley Thachuk, conductor
Joseph Johnson, cello

Kelly-Marie Murphy | Murmuration
Shostakovich | Cello Concerto No. 1
Elgar | Enigma Variations

AUDIENCE CHOICE

As voted by you! The NSO presents the winner of our “Name Your Tune!” contest – Elgar’s immortal tribute to his friends, the Enigma Variations.

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Brass Transit – The Music of Chicago

Partridge Hall 250 St Paul St, St. Catharines

Bradley Thachuk, conductor
Brass Transit

Chicago’s signature blend of horns and classic 70‘s rock launched them up the charts and into the hearts of music lovers everywhere.

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Brass Transit – The Music of Chicago

Partridge Hall 250 St Paul St, St. Catharines

Bradley Thachuk, conductor
Brass Transit

Chicago’s signature blend of horns and classic 70‘s rock launched them up the charts and into the hearts of music lovers everywhere.

Fewer Plays Vivaldi

Partridge Hall 250 St Paul St, St. Catharines

Bradley Thachuk, conductor
Mark Fewer, leader & violin

Vivaldi | The Four Seasons

Kevin Lau | Le Petit Prince: Concert Suite No. 2 (WORLD PREMIERE)

Respighi | The Pines of Rome

Canadian violinist Mark Fewer leads the NSO strings in Vivaldi’s beloved depiction of pastoral Italy through the calm and fury of the passing seasons.

Beethoven’s Ninth

Partridge Hall 250 St Paul St, St. Catharines

Bradley Thachuk, conductor
Marie-Josée Lord, soprano
Stephanie Tritchew, mezzo-soprano
Matthew Dalen, tenor
Christopher Dunham, baritone
Chorus Niagara, Robert Cooper, artistic director

Roydon Tse | Vicious Cycle
Wagner | Tristan und Isolde: Prelude and “Liebestod”
Beethoven | Symphony No.9, “Choral”

The NSO concludes the 2021/2022 season with Beethoven’s 9th Symphony: a triumphant response to the challenging times at hand.

Trumpet
upright bass
french horns
symphony
Conductor
french horn
cello