two inspiring concerts
Sept. 10 & 12, 2021
at alton Mill Arts Centre
COVID-19 Safety Guideline
To make sure we can enjoy the live music performances safely, the Caledon Music Festival and the venue, Alton Mill Arts Centre, take the Covid safety regulations very seriously. This is an outdoor concert in the beautiful Annex Courtyard at the Alton Mill Arts Centre (a semi-covered tent). Everyone in the audience will be sitting 6ft apart; masks are mandatory for the audience, unless while drinking/eating. We are capping the audience size to be 100 to allow plenty of room for social distancing (Capacity: 220). All tickets must be purchased in advance through our website.
- Sun., Sep. 12Alton Mill Arts Centre
- Fri., Sep. 10Alton Mill Arts Centre
Adult Amateur program
Sept. 7-12, 2021
This program is designed to provide amateur players (string and wind instruments) to get a chance to work with some of Canada's most sought-after classical musicians. The experience will include musical, social, and mentoring gatherings, and events will take place both virtually and in person.
Interested in applying? Find out with the link below!
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 most exciting classical musicians in Canada to animate local sites, and we love seeing your faces open up post-concert. Our Mentorship Programs provide one-of-a-kind experiences that benefit and inspire musicians young to mature, 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 us, 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