Muskoka Concert Association
Blaincroft is one of the beautiful B&Bs in
Gravenhurst that offers accommodations to our
musicians. It's an exceptional home with friendly
and welcoming hosts.
Susan Chute is the hostess at Four Ninety,
"A Uniquely Charming Boutique Bed and Breakfast"
in a park setting by Gull Lake.
We are very grateful to Susan for hosting our musicians!
Leslie and Pete Terry often welcome musicians to
their home for a pre-concert dinner and to stay
overnight. They enjoy meeting our artists and
getting to know them in the relaxed setting of their home.
The MCA is grateful to have such welcoming hosts! With the Terrys, the Blains and Ms. Chute, we have three beautiful homes where our musicians are treated to the best of care in a warm ambiance. It is not surprising that they always find their visit to Muskoka to be very memorable and one worth repeating!
Our youth performers Briar Summers & Josie Robinson from Huntsville opened for the Canadian Men's Chorus May 6, 2017
For the Duo Concertante
concert Sunday October 22, 2017
our youth performer for the evening was
Bethany lives in Gravenhurst and is taking vocal training under the direction of Jillian McDougal. She also plays keyboard and trumpet and has performed for her school assemblies. Bethany has a real love of music and particularly enjoys singing and hopes to one day perform as a singer.
We are so happy to welcome youth performer Gabrielle White to open our Nov. 25 concert with the @Metropolitan Silver Band. Gabrielle is a grade 10 student at Huntsville High School. She has been playing the alto saxophone for the last four years. She is a member of three bands at school as well as the @Muskoka Concert Band, the @Huntsville Harmony Youth Band and @Muskoka Big Band. She is recipient of the Muskoka Concert Band Award and got to solo with the band in November 2017. She has big dreams as her goal is to pursuit a degree in music and hopefully be able to play someday with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Good luck Gabby!