As well as incredible resources, St. Mark’s has been the chief venue each summer for Music Niagara since the festival’s inception in 1999.
For over a decade internationally acclaimed artists have come to Niagara to play a variety of recitals and each summer St. Mark’s plays host to some of the most gifted performers.
The artistic director of the Festival, Atis Bankas, (first violinist, Toronto Symphony and resident of Niagara–on-the-Lake), is a frequent recitalist during the festival in July/August and a guest instrumentalist at St. Mark’s throughout the year.
In addition to the chamber music festival the church plays host to a number of concerts, both classical and contemporary, throughout the year.
The buildings superior acoustics and fine instruments makes St. Mark’s a favorite setting for musical performers and audience members alike.
Music Niagara are presenting concerts at St. Mark’s in December, For more details about Music Niagara go to www.musicniagara.org.
We are delighted to announce that Trinity College Choir (Cambridge, UK) will be returning in July 2017. Tickets are now available for two concerts: The first is Saturday July 15th at 7:30pm which include a Choral Masterworks with the World Premiere of an Anthem commemorating the 225th Anniversary of St. Mark’s.
The second concert is on Monday July 17th at 4pm. This is a less formal concert entitled “It Don’t Mean A Thing (If It Ain’t Got that Swing!)
Ticket prices for both concerts are $50 a ticket.