For three weeks in December, Guelph Symphony will present a series of free or $5 concert events as a gift to our community
* Two school concerts will be mounted on a heated flatbed truck
* Holiday concerts will be presented for two Retirement Communities
* Two family-friendly performances of Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker, narrated by Joe Ringhofer will be held in the lobby of River Run Centre, at 1pm and 3pm, on Sunday December 12. (see details below
* In partnership with Guelph Museums, a Fourth Fridays concert performance of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas, narrated by Kween (CEO of the Kween Company), will be streamed from the Guelph Civic Museum on Christmas Eve.
“‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;”
– Clement Clarke Moore
Did you miss the premiere of our free Christmas Eve Fanfare Festival/Fourth Friday concert with Guelph Museums and The Kween Company on Christmas Eve?❄️
Until January 3rd, you can view the concert via the Museum’s Facebook page
at this link https://fb.watch/a7zmEvcFnL/
On Sunday December 12th, members of the Guelph Symphony Orchestra will present two family-friendly performances of Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker, narrated by Joe Ringhofer, in the lobby of River Run Centre (1pm and 3pm). Follow Clara on a magical Christmas adventure, as she battles and defeats a mouse king, and travels with her nutcracker to the Land of Sweets.
Each performance is 35 minutes. Capacity is limited.
Conductor, Jef ten Kortenaar
All tickets are $5.
This concert is presented as part of Guelph Symphony’s December Fanfare Festival.
Proof of full vaccination is required. Masks must be worn at all times. Visit riverrun.ca/covid19 for full details.