Even more performers!

Our November 5 concert promises to be a memorable one.

The group features four stalwarts of the Canadian Roots Music scene. Tom Leighton – piano, accordion & vocals, Ian Bell – guitar, squeezebox, banjo and vocals, Michelle Rumball – guitar and vocals, Conrad Kipping – mandolin, fiddle, guitar and vocals.

Tickets are available now at $28. and you can order yours here!  And you can share this poster designed by Ian Bell with your friends.  (Just right click on it, copy it and add it to an email).

We’re up and running!

Get ready for our first concert of the Shaftesbury Salon Music Series as we begin our fifth consecutive season.  We welcome Tom Leighton and Ian Bell on Sunday, November 5 at 3:00 pm to give us a taste of Canadian music history of our last hundred and fifty years. You can  learn more about them  and order tickets here.

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Another Season Coming Soon

For the first time, we can tell you all the dates and artists of our coming season.  Stay tuned for an order form for the first concert arriving very soon.

We open with a celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary – and a battle between the music of signature years featuring two of Canada’s best folk artists, Tom Leighton and Ian Bell.  They are repeating their St. Lawrence Hall concert which allows the audience to weigh in on the music of 1867 versus 1967.  It takes place on Sunday, November 5 at 3:00 pm.





And just in time for Valentine’s Day we welcome, Patricia O’Callaghan and our good friend, pianist Robert Kortgaard along with Andrew Downing on bass for an afternoon of stunning cabaret on Sunday, February 11, 2018.

And on Monday March 26, 2018, we welcome back the Windermere Quartet to perform a rarely heard work of Haydn’s – The Seven Last Words of Christ.

Tickets for the first concert will be available soon – but we wanted you to be able to save the dates and welcome you back to our popular and eclectic concert season.  We hope to see you soon.