For more than 15 years, Music on Main has been creating opportunities to connect with audiences and music. These connections between performer, music, audiences and feelings are something that everyone has been missing and craving during the pandemic, and Music on Main’s 16th annual concert series offers a chance to engage with fresh sounds and new experiences.
“For the past 18 months, Music on Main has been creating responsive pandemic programming to keep musicians and audiences connected,” says Artistic Director David Pay. “Great performances and intimate artistic insights help people feel connected to each other, and to their own thoughts and ideas. As Music on Main prepares for a new season of concerts, conversations, and inventive digital experiences, we’re digging deep to create new connections through music.”
From September 14 to November 2, 2021, discover new video performances and artistic insights with Music on Main’s weekly digital releases. Every Tuesday, press the play button and listen in on celebrated musicians, like Infamy Too!, Julia Ulehla, Aram Bajakian, and Saina Khaledi.
From November 4-10, 2021, the 10th Modulus Festival is highlighted flutist Mark Takeshi McGregor premiering Keiko Devaux’s “Horai” along with music by Alfredo Santa Ana, James O’Callaghan, and Nicole Lizée. The Festival also features tributes to composers Louis Andriessen and Frederic Rzewski.
November 5-10, experience intimate, inventive and dreamlike moments at the one audience member and one artist performance of As dreams are made, featuring musicians from The Tempest Project Company.
On December 15 & 16, 2021, take part in the annual tradition of warm and inspiring music with Music for the Winter Solstice. Listen to soul-filling music by your favourite artists and escape from the hustle and bustle of the season.
From celebratory concerts to intimate individual experiences, from specially-filmed video performances to a week-long fall festival of live music, Music on Main’s 2021/22 Season gives audiences a chance to meet the music where they want. No matter the musical occasion, the opportunities for connection are endless.
For full details and schedules of Music on Mains 2021/22 Season, to purchase limited event tickets as they become available throughout the season visit musiconmain.ca