We Bring Classical Music to Life!
Today the organization runs as a community-based association, directed by a volunteer board. It is one of the longest-running concert associations in Ontario.
The objectives of the Association are three-fold: to enhance the awareness and enjoyment of classical music for all age groups; to provide at a reasonable cost a variety of quality musical performances, accessible to all, in community facilities; and to endeavour to sponsor musical outreach events for students.
Some of Canada's finest artists who have appeared for the MCA include soprano Lois Marshall, bass Jan Rubes, contralto Maureen Forrester, tenor Jon Vickers, guitarist Liona Boyd, the Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, pianist Anton Kuerti, and the Aradia Ensemble.
Dear Muskoka Concert Association Members and other Music Lovers
2 ways you can help...
The MCA is operated by a dedicated team of volunteers from your community. We currently have openings on the board of directors for the position of Treasurer and Publicity Co-ordinator. If you believe in the importance of live music and would like to make a difference in your community, please contact us via email and get in touch.
The MCA is a nonprofit organization run by volunteers that benefits greatly from financial and in-kind donations from businesses and individuals that believe in the importance of bringing world-class music to the community.
You will receive a official income tax receipt for all donations of $25.00 or more. Please mail your cheque or money order payable to “Muskoka Concert Association”.
80 Evans Ave W
- Concert Greeter - greet concert goers and ask them to sign up for email blasts about our concerts that include reminders and details about last minute changes.
- Flyer Distribution - distribute flyers around town or at the market.
- Pre-Concert Set Up - put out posters and flyers on the tables in the Trillium Court prior to each concert.
- Donation Jar Attendant - look after the cookie donation jar during concerts.
- Concert Photographer - take a handful of photos of the concert including pre & post concert reception.
- Refreshment Clean Up - helping the Andersons.
rescheduled for Sunday, September 25, 2022 at 2:30 pm, at Trinity United Church in Gravenhurst.
Brett Polegato is one of Canada’s best baritone singers. He is equally comfortable on the concert or the opera stage. His musical ability has earned him the highest praise from audiences and critics.
Postponed to 2022.
The Sultans of String have been thrilling audiences with their genre-hopping music from Celtic reels to flamenco, to gypsy jazz and international rhythms.