We have purposely retained our traditional low-ticket prices in order to build an audience for the Leith Summer Festival, which continues to feature some of the finest artists performing today in Canada.From CEILIDH to CHRISTMAS we present a menu of services, performances and activities that will provide a wonderful introduction to the outstanding acoustics and beauty of our heritage church and its surroundings.
JUNO nominated bass player Paul Novotny and JUNO winning pianist Robi Botos are musicians who make their music with deeply passionate, melodic improvisations. Rare new jazz with an old soul, yet sounds fresh and timeless. Two of the most in- demand jazz artists in Canada.
...One of the most celebrated chamber ensembles of their generation. They champion music of our time, performing a wide rage of repertoire from Haydn to Zappa as well as premiering over 100 new works to date.
Annual Outdoor Country Market
Annual Ceilidh with Celtic Music, Pipers and Dancing. FREE WILL OFFERING
Anniversary Church Service followed by lunch under the Old Oak Tree.
Youngest concertmaster in a North American Orchestra.
A pianist who turns every musical idea into a beautiful array of colours.
Awarded the Queen Elizabeth ll Diamond Jubilee Medal for his work with the National Youth Orchestra of Canada.
...Rapidly gaining recognition as Canada's premier piano quartet, this ensemble is leading the next generation of classical musicians.
There is a Sweetwater performance at the Leith Church on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 at 8 PM.
Max Clark plays "A Sentimental Journey". Max makes the Leith Church sparkle with his piano playing and his lively banter.
Donations to the Friends of Leith Church and the Leith Summer Festival will be deposited with the Community Foundation Grey Bruce, “Leith Summer Festival Flow Through Fund” and tax receipts will be issued by the Foundation. Cheques should be made out to the “Leith Summer Festival.” Use mailing address below.