19th Annual Christmas Concert and Supper
December 11, 2016
Concert at 2pm.
Supper at 5pm.
Supper tickets, $15.00
Tickets available at:
- Cottage Boutique & Shoppers Drug Mart in Humboldt
call: Rita - 306-682-3615
John - 306-682-3543
MASAKI`s Rising Stars of Brandon University
November 6, 2016
This is a group of undergraduate and graduate piano students at Brandon University who have studied with Professor Megumi Masaki.
TICKETS available at the door:
Children under 5 Free
FREDDIE & SHEILA PELLETIER
October 16, 2016
Chet Atkins finger pickin` guitar instrumentals, country and 60`s Rock classics, folk, yodelling and clogging!
- Adult, $15.00
- School Age,$10.00
- Preschool, Free
Tickets available at the door
ADVANCE tickets at:
SHOPPERS DRUG MART( Humboldt)
COTTAGE BOUTIQUE ( Humboldt)
phone John @ 306- 682-3543
Special Elixir Ensemble Concert - 7:30 pm
September 19, 2015
Enjoy an evening of inspiring chamber music performed by the accomplished Elixir Ensemble! The concert features Piano Quartets by Beethoven and Brahms, including the famous Gypsy Finale. Also featured is a dreamy trio by Canadian Composer Marjan Mozetich. For more info and ticket purchase visit Elixir's webpage at elixirensemble.com or get tickets at the door. Sponsored by the Saskatchewan Arts Board
Tickets at the door are $15.00 adults, $10.00 students.
The Bravo! Effect Concert
June 21, 2015
Sunday June 21, 2015 at 7:30 pm
Celebrating music at its best from the classics to broadway and beyond with award winning performances by Humboldt Music Festival vocal stars and an orchestra of professional symphony musicians.
Music Theatre Day Camp Performance
August 15, 2014
Jambo To The Jungle is a musical based on Aesop's fable The Lion and the Mouse. The style of this show is from the story-telling traditions of Africa, which includes music, chants, poetry and dance performed communally. The production included children, aged 7 - 13 from approximately 15 communities, some coming from out of province. These children learned music, choreography, set design, costuming, and experienced the thrill of performing in a grand venue to a very appreciative audience.
Bravo Effect Concert
June 22, 2014
Marysburg Centre of the Arts and the voice teachers in our area are dedicated to creating music that crosses cultural, generational and ideological boundaries with and for children, raising awareness and funds for programs in music and mentoring throughout our surrounding communities. This concert featured vocal soloists who had done outstanding work at the Humboldt Music Festival. The students performed with piano and instrumental accompaniment as well as with members of the Marysburg Regional Chorus.
Benefit Concert - Meota Men's Choir
April 27, 2014
In 2011 a few men got together to create the Meota Men's Chorus to perform at a Christmas Concert. The effort was to raise funds for a local food bank. Under the leadership of Lisa Hornung they have since grown to a group of 24 men who gather weekly to rehearse and perform at various functions. Their chorus is made up of a number of soloists and talented musicians. They come from all walks of life and together share a similar passion for music.
November 22, 2013
The Greystone Singers is a mixed-voice choir open by audition to all University of Saskatchewan students who love singing and enjoy learning a challenging and varied repertoire. Since 1958, when they were first organized, nearly two thousand young men and women have sung with this award-winning ensemble. This year's choir consists of forty-seven students from the Colleges of Arts and Science, Education, Engineering, Agriculture, Kinesiology, Edwards School of Business, Graduate Studies and majors in Drama as well as in the Department of Music.
Spencer McKnight Fundraiser
July 28, 2013
Marysburg Centre of the Arts sponsored a fund-raising event for Tenor, Spencer McKnight. Spencer grew up in LeRoy, Saskatchewan and began studying voice in 2008. He currently studies with Lisa Horning in North Battleford and works with collaborative pianist, Mark Turner, in Saskatoon.
In June, 2013, Spencer was named the Saskatchewan representative for the Canadian National Music Festival in Waterloo, Ontario. To help cover his expenses for the competition, Marysburg Centre of the Arts Board invited Spencer to perform at Assumption Church and gave him all the proceeds from the concert.
At the National Competition in August, Spencer was the winner of the Jan Simons Memorial Award for Best Song Interpretation. Those of us who were lucky enough to hear him in July are in total agreement with that decision!
Gerard Weber, Saxophone
May 5, 2013
Born and raised in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, Gerard Weber, came home on Sunday, May 5th, 2013 and performed for an audience of family, friends and fellow musicians at Marysburg Assumption Church.
Gerard graduated from Humboldt Collegiate Institute in 2009 and spent the next four years earning a Bachelor of Music in applied study and performance in saxophone from the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. He has won several awards and competitions at the local, provincial and national level.
Gerard is now at the University of Florida in Gainsville working on a Master's Program in Saxophone Performance and Musicology. Gerard hopes to complete a Doctorate in the future and teach at a post-secondary institute.
Vancouver Chamber Choir Concert
February 26, 2013
Choral music never sounded better than on the evening of Tuesday, February, 26, 2013 when the Vancouver Chamber Choir performed at Assumption Church in Marysburg. Conductor, Jon Washburn, and the choir of 20 professional voices performed an "A Cappella Panorama" of songs by Mozart, Schubert, Victoria and Rutter.
The event was funded mainly by the Marysburg Centre of the Arts with sponsorship also coming from Three Lakes and District Performing Arts, St. Peter's Chorus and the Saskatchewan Choral Federation.
Saskatoon Children's Choir
June 25, 2011
Ross Carstairs, flautist; Gregory Schulte, pianist
June 15, 2011
March 24, 2011
October 16, 2010
National Youth Choir
March 14, 2010
June 11, 2003
The five daughters of John and Cecilia Korte have graced the stages of the former St. Peter`s Colony for many years.
Thomas Yu, pianist
June 4, 2003
(Also August 9, 2006 and August 6, 2008.)
Canadian pianist, Thomas Yu, is one of the most versatile artists performing today. He has appeared as a guest soloist in such prestigious venues including Carnegie Hall (New York), Salle Gaveau and Salle Cortot (Paris), Bösendorfer Hall (Vienna), Forte de Copacabana (Rio de Janeiro), Chopin Music Academy (Warsaw), Hakuju Hall (Tokyo), Glenn Gould Studio (Toronto), National Arts Centre (Ottawa) and the Chan Centre for Performing Arts.