Come out for two inspiring concerts in caledon
Introducing our Livestream Concerts
This 3-part concert series is developed in partnership with Bethell Hospice Foundation to offer respite from this new and stressful situation we are all in together. Ticket sales and contributions help us raise awareness about the Foundation's compassionate, respectful care to enhance the quality of life for residents with a life-limiting illness and their families. Join us for one, or all three, concerts to hear beautiful music provided by CMF's artists! You are also welcome to make a separate contribution to Bethell Hospice Foundation if you feel inclined to do so.
Wednesdays April 22nd, 29th, and May 6th at 7:30pm
Tickets: $15 general; $40 3-Concert Bundle
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Sept 10-12, 2021
The Chamber Mentorship Program is designed to provide young advanced string players to get a chance to work with some of Canada's most sought-after chamber musicians. This intensive experience will include working on a chamber music masterwork with a play-in mentor, lessons, master classes, and performances as part of the festival.
All participants will be billeted in beautiful Caledon for the week of rehearsals and concerts.
Application information coming soon!
Caledon Music Festival is supported by partners, sponsors, donors, and volunteers who believe in our mission to get people together with great live music experience in beautiful Caledon.
We bring in some of the finest classical musicians in Canada to animate local sites, and we love seeing your faces open up post-concert. Our Chamber Mentorship Progam provides one-of-a-kind program that benefits and inspires advanced young musicians, and we are so proud to present them as part of the festival concerts and events.
We are always interested in getting more people on board to grow the festival, and we want to hear from you. Please don't hesitate to contact General and Artistic Director Emily Rho, and we're happy to help you find a way to be part of the festival community.
Don and Vanny Gorman
Allan and Anne Thompson