Are you a music lover who is interested in the music creation process?
If so, join us for this special event!
Xenia Concerts and National accessArts Centre are pleased to announce the launch of this exciting endeavour! sound.colLAB is a multi-stage project that will bring together musicians and composer with neurodiverse artists and community members to collaboratively create a new accessibility and inclusivity focused musical work.
The event on January 19th, featuring renowned musicians Luri Lee, Hezekiah Leung, and Barry Shiffman, will introduce the project and invite attendees to get involved in making it happen.
Attend this free virtual event on January 19 at 8PM EST on Zoom. Learn about the power of collaboration and sound. Interact with award-winning musicians, and learn how you can be involved in this exciting music exploration project.
You can RSVP by clicking HERE, by e-mailing: email@example.com or by calling 416.927.1555 ext. 1.
We would like to thank the Canada Council for the Arts for they support in realizing this project.
We are absolutely thrilled to announce the beginning of our 2020/21 season of concerts! We’ll be presenting livestreams for at least the majority of this year, featuring phenomenal artists and ensembles who are bound to thrill, energise, and entertain you. We hope you’ll take this chance to join us on our livestream to welcome these artists to the virtual stage!
For the first concert of our season, we can only say, ‘Here comes Ladom‘!! We’re so happy that we’ll be joined by Toronto’s very own Ladom Ensemble. Ladom Ensemble combines piano, cello, accordion, and percussion in a unique blend of acoustic chamber and world music that is passionate, sophisticated, and wild! They bring us a unique and varied programme of music by Prokofiev, Brahms, and more.
We hope you can join us on Sunday, October 11 at 11AM EDT when we’ll go live from the Canterbury Music Company in Toronto, in a concert that we hope brings more light to your Thanksgiving weekend!
We are proud to let you know that Xenia Concerts was recently featured in the Whole Note Magazine!
Last month, pianist Angela Park joined us for a livestreamed piano concert, as part of our ongoing livestream series. Angela performed an array of dazzling works for piano centred around the theme of water. Just the thing to beat the summer heat! Leah Borts-Kuperman was kind enough to write up this fantastic review of the concert. Thank you to the Whole Note and Leah!
Rebekah Wolkstein and Drew Jurecka performed an amazingly fun hour of music as part of our livestream series. Click here to watch a video of their performance!
Over the past month, Xenia made the shift to presenting Livestream Concerts, and will continue to do so until social distancing restrictions are lifted. Without the help of The Co-operators, we wouldn’t have been able to make this change, and for that, we would like to thank them for being our partners this year!
Xenia will be presenting livestream concerts featuring solo or duo artists performing from their homes while social distancing is in effect. Click here to find out more!
Dear friends of Xenia Concerts, we are writing to inform you of our response to the evolving situation with COVID-19.
This montage from a recent Xenia concert is a great snapshot of what it's like to attend one of our concerts.
This year, we've partnered again with The Co-operators, and we want to say a big thank you!
Our next event happens in December! On December 15th, we welcome the Rolston Quartet as they play two concerts at Meridian Hall. The Rolston’s will bring their energy, vibrancy, and unrivaled musicianship to an afternoon of relaxed fun.