Community Outreach Events

January 4-9

Open Waters Festival 2019

Open Waters Festival 2019 celebrates new and improvised music from many traditions, presented by Upstream Music Association, fostering adventurous composition and improvisation since 1990. This year features Mouvance, a multimedia show with celebrated soprano Suzie LeBlanc and some of Halifax's best musicians performing music by Jérôme Blais on themes from contemporary Acadian poetry. Free admission to Fountain School students. Tickets for the general public and more information available at www.upstreammusic.org.

Sunday, January 13
3:00 pm, Room 406, Dal Arts Centre

Student Musicale

Presented by the Women's Division of the Dalhousie Alumni Association. Fountain School students perform as soloists and in chamber groups to raise funds for graduation medals and prizes in the Performing Arts. Enjoy some of the literature's finest works and support academic achievement. Followed by an open reception. Tickets at the door: $15 ($10 for students). Please note there is no senior's discount for this event.

Friday, March 29 and Sunday, March 31
7:30 pm,  

Chamber Music on Both Sides of the Bridges

The Fountain School's brightest and best singers and instrumentalists travel off-campus for two evenings of exquisite chamber music. Join us first in Cole Harbour and then Halifax for a program of music that will enchant and move the soul. Admission is by donation at the door.

March 29: 7:30 pm, Woodside United Church, 15 Bissett Road, Cole Harbour
March 31: 7:30 pm, First Baptist Church, 1300 Oxford Street, Halifax

Monday, April 1 *note change from printed brochure

Dalhousie Collegium Cantorum

7:30 pm, St. Andrew's United Church, 6036 Coburg Road
J.S. Bach's St. John Passion, featuring Shawn Whynot and Réjouissance.