Muskoka Concert Association season begins Friday with piano, spoken word & GHS singer Elizabeth Edwards
GRAVENHURST – Another season and a great show to kick off the Muskoka Concert Association’s gift to culture in the country.
Mauro Bertoli and Kevin White return to the stage at the Opera House this Friday evening starting at 7:30 p.m.
The program will open with Elizabeth Edwards, a student from Gravenhurst High School, who will warm up the crowd with her amazing singing and variety of songs for the first half hour.
That’s when Bertoli and White begin their piano and spoken word performance.
The MCA has been a staple of the music scene in Muskoka for more than half a century, presenting artists from across Canada and the United States at the Opera House, the perfect acoustic venue to hear performers of incredible range and abilities.
They are either aspiring professional student musicians or established national and international calibre stars anyone would be thrilled to see and hear in person.
This year they are changing from Sunday afternoons to Friday and Saturday evenings.
And the shows are less than half the price you’d pay in large Toronto concert venues – and you wouldn’t necessarily get to meet them afterwards.
If you love music – of any kind – and appreciate true craftsmanship; or you just want a nice night out – catch this and the other three shows this winter.
You won’t be disappointed.
Bertoli is a premier pianist whose technique and interpretation are becoming renowned around the world.
White is a dramatic artist who will recite several pieces to a background of Mauro’s playing.
Concert series tickets are $90 for four evenings (now all Friday and Saturday nights) giving you one concert for free compared with the cost of purchasing single tickets. Single seats are $30 and
Please contact the Opera House at 705 687-5550.
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