Xenia Concerts will be presenting a special Classical Dance Party concert on May 27th, 2017! This concert will take place in the Atrium at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, and admission is FREE when families call to RSVP. Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital is Canada’s largest children’s rehabilitation hospital focused … Read more
Xenia Concerts Inc. would like to say a big Thank You to Rachel Robbins and the entire team at The Sony Centre for the Performing Arts for their sponsorship of Xenia Concerts in Toronto. Since 2015, The Sony Centre for the Performing Arts has the home base for Xenia Concerts in Toronto, and our organization … Read more
In May 2016, Xenia Concerts Inc. became a registered Non-Profit Organization. The board of directors has appointed Sarah Nematallah, violinist of the Cecilia String Quartet and co-founder of Xenia Concerts, as the organization’s first Executive and Artistic Director, and honour which Ms. Nematallah is thrilled to accept. Over the coming … Read more
The mission of Xenia Concerts Inc. is to offer high quality music and arts performances, presentations, and educational programs, in an environment that welcomes those who might not have access to such events and activities due to physical, mental, or financial barriers. The first ongoing offering of the organization is a series of accessible concerts that are designed to appeal to, and be welcoming of, children on the autism spectrum and their families.
Re-imagining music and arts events and activities to make them inclusive, relevant, and accessible to all members of society, thereby improving quality of life and promoting the enjoyment of the arts.
“Our family loved your performance today!… Our kids loved the dance floor area. We just want to say thank you for the opportunity to enjoy a live classical music performance as a family.” Lisa, Toronto
“Wonderful, inclusive event. Brought tears to my eyes to see so many families who wouldn’t be able to experience something like this otherwise, feeling free to move and dance to the music.” Oct 2015
Based in Toronto, Canada, Laura Swankey is an eclectic and skilled improvising vocalist known for her versatility, creativity and open mindedness. In 2015 … Read more
Praised for her “extreme versatility” and “simply unbeatable beauty of tone” (Berliner Zeitung), Min-Jeong Koh maintains a busy schedule as a concert violinist and … Read more
Described by the Ottawa Citizen as “Outstanding – no, make that astonishing!”, Canada’s premiere percussion ensemble TorQ Percussion Quartet continues to bring new … Read more
Spanish pianist Leopoldo Erice, born in Madrid in 1977, enjoys a performing and teaching career, which has brought him to Europe, the two Americas, … Read more
In May 2016, Xenia Concerts Inc. became a Non-Profit Organization – Ontario Corporation No. 1954549.
Xenia Concerts Inc. is currently undergoing CRA review to receive its charitable registration number.
Xenia Concerts Inc. is partnered with Chamber Factory: Works for Small Ensembles, a registered charity. Together, Xenia Concerts Inc. and Chamber Factory are committed to growing the concerts for children with autism and their families across Canada, and to developing new Xenia Concerts Inc. offerings. Our organizations see a huge potential to reach musically underserved individuals all over Canada, and to make the concerts for children and families affected by autism a permanent fixture in the city of Toronto where the initiative began.
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