Waterside is Back for 2022!

 Our summer lineup is here


Provincial COVID protocols in place at the time of the concerts will be followed. (This may include proof of vaccination, wearing a mask, social distancing).  Tickets will be sold to 75% capacity until we are confident that Covid infections are declining.


 Summer 2022 Series


Waterside patrons are once again offered a 10% discount on the purchase of a season package of all five events.  See "Ticket Information" for instructions on how to order.



Saturday, July 2 at 3:15pm

 

Sheng Cai, piano
Since his debut with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra at just fifteen years old, Sheng Cai has performed a broad spectrum of concerto repertoire, with invitations to perform as guest soloist with dozens of orchestras worldwide.  Among his accomplishments, he has been a prize winner in many international competitions (Bosendorfer, Toronto and Montreal Symphony competitions).


Tuesday, July 12, at 7:15 pm

 

Four Seasons Harp Quartet

Featuring Lori Gemmell, Caroline Leonardeli, Caroline Lizotte, and Jennifer Swartz.

Another first for Waterside! We've never had one harp on stage, let alone four major Canadian harpists! Vivaldi's Four Seasons transcribed by the Harp Quartet of Venice will make up the second half of the program with readings by the charismatic Tom Allen. A rare event!


Monday, July 18 at 3:15 pm

 

Quintet from the Canadian Women's Brass Collective

Karen Donnelly, trumpet

Amy Horvey, trumpet

Jessie Brooks, horn

Vanessa Fralick, trombone

Jennifer Stephen, tuba

Five principal brass players of symphony orchestras.  A sight and sound sensation you won't want to miss.


Saturday, August 6 at 3:15 pm

 

Cheng2 Duo, cello and piano
This sister/brother duo always brings people immediately to their feet - incredibly young and incredibly talented, having won many competitions and awards, we are so fortunate to have them
return to Waterside for the third time.


Tuesday, August 16th at 3:15 pm

 

Leslie Fagan, soprano

James Campbell, clarinet

Angela Park, piano

 

 James Campbell, clarinetist, has graced the Waterside stage on  many occasions, but never with soprano, Leslie Fagan and pianist, Angela Park.  No doubt, another triumphant combination of outstanding performers!


You can order tickets online, by phone or by e-mail.  See the 'ticket information' section for details.


Visit "The Back Kitchen" for a meal or ice cream!

 

Picnics can be enjoyed on the St. Paul's church lawn, at the picnic tables in the Village, or at Lane's End Park at the bottom of Stella 40 Foot Road.  Please leave nothing behind!


Waterside concerts are a perfect summer outing, bringing together beautiful music and a remarkable natural setting.