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JUST ANNOUNCED: Our 2022/23 concert season!

We’re so excited to share our 2022/23 concert season with you! Here’s what our Music Director Holly Mathieson has to say about what’s coming up: “I’m delighted to announce Symphony Nova Scotia’s 2022/23 concert season! We can’t wait to join… More

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Your Tickets to Virtuoso Baroque Recorder

Dear friend, Thank you for purchasing tickets to Virtuoso Baroque Recorder this Sunday, May 1 at St. Andrew’s United Church. Unfortunately, due to sudden COVID-related circumstances beyond our control, we deeply regret to inform you that this concert is… More

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Your tickets to 1722: Bach’s World this Sunday

Dear friend, Thank you for purchasing tickets to 1722: Bach’s World this Sunday, April 10 at St. Andrew’s United Church. Unfortunately, due to sudden COVID-related circumstances beyond our control, we deeply regret to inform you that this concert is… More

JUST ANNOUNCED: Symphony Nova Scotia’s spring season!

Come join us for our brand-new Spring 2022 concert lineup! You’ll hear incredible highlights like Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto with Blake Pouliot, a tribute to Nina Simone with Jah’Mila, an all-new concert with Ben Caplan, a Baroque journey into Bach’s world, and so… More

An update on our winter season from our CEO

Dear friends, Once again, I want to extend our heartfelt thanks for your ongoing support of Symphony Nova Scotia. We’ve been humbled and awed by the generosity of our incredible community, and we remain deeply grateful for your patience,… More

Your tickets to A Baroque Christmas this weekend

Dear friends, Thank you for purchasing tickets for A Baroque Christmas this weekend (Dec. 18 and 19). However, after Monday’s update from Nova Scotia’s public health authorities, we have some important news to share with you: As… More

Symphony Nova Scotia reports on continued impacts of COVID-19 at 2020/21 AGM

Halifax/K’jipuktuk, NS – Symphony Nova Scotia’s 2020/21 Annual General Meeting, held October 13, 2021 via Zoom, reported on another highly unusual concert season. In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the orchestra presented a reimagined, flexible 2020/21 season, with a… More