Although it’s necessary to wait until health regulations allow us to welcome you back in person, during our 2020-21 season we will continue to bring the gift of music to our audiences through community outreach events and music education.
This September, we celebrate Alberta Culture Days with livestream and pop-up concerts by the Three Sisters trio, a cello group who collaborate to create exquisite music for a world sorely in need of faith, charity, and hope.
We’re sponsoring local high school students to a six-month guided tour explaining exactly what it’s like to be a professional artist, with two fun-loving, globe-trotting classical musicians leading the way.
Young students of music are invited to finesse their skills in face-to-face lessons with talented Canadian musicians.
We look forward to presenting Cynthia Gan and Anna Stube, our Young Musicians Extraordinaire, as soon as it is safe.
Once our concerts resume again, it’s your choice – enjoy one concert or attend them all by purchasing a season pass. If you haven’t taken in a Gift of Music concert yet, discover details in our Q&A about how we present classical music concerts in a relaxed atmosphere.
Take your pick.
Season pass or one concert at a time? The choice is yours.
Buy season passes online
Seniors (65 and over): $130
Youth (18 and under): $40
Season passes and individual concert ticket tickets are non-refundable. Credit will only be issued in the event of concert cancellation. Such credit will be used towards the purchase of future tickets or season tickets.
Season tickets and individual concert tickets may be transferred to another party.
Adults/seniors: Advance $30 / At the door $35
You may also purchase tickets in person at the High River United Church.