We are pleased to announce the 2014-2015 season.

Saturday, October 18, 2014,
Jazz For All Ages: a tribute to the jazz legends.
With four outstanding Canadian jazz musicians:
Alain Trudel, Trombone,
Gene DiNovi, Piano,
Neil Swainson, Bass,
Ted Warren, Drums.

Saturday, December 20, 2014,
Quartetto Gelato, Music with grace and humour

Saturday, January 10, 2015,
The London Connection.
Six Musical Artists well known to London Audiences.
Ian Franklin, oboe,
Mary Beth Brown, violin,
Sharon Wei, viola,
Jeremy Hake, cello,
Josh Grunmann, piano,
Ron George, French horn.

Saturday, May 2, 2015,
Alon Goldstein, piano. in a program commemorating the beginning of World War I with music.
All performances at the Wolf Performance Hall, London Public Library, 251 Dundas St. London at 8 P.M.

Tickets Are Available From

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General Admission single ticket: $25*
Student Admission single ticket: $10*
*plus service charge
Grand Theatre London Box Office
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General Admission single ticket: $30
Student Admission single ticket: $15
(519) 672-8800
Online at:
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Featured

Quartetto Gelato
Saturday, December 20, 2014,
Wolf Performance Hall, 8 P.M.
Quartetto Gelato, Music with grace and humour
Peter DeSoto, violin, tenor, Peter has appeared in leading roles in numerous opera and theatre productions and was a member of The Toronto Symphony Orchestra for 11 years, and was voted Musician Of The Year in 1999 by the Toronto Musicians Association.
Alexander Sevastian, accordion, piano, bandoneon) has won four International Accordion Competitions.
Elizabeth McLellan, cello, was the recipient of the RBC Youth Achievement Award, a graduate of WesternUniversity she has played in and soloed with orchestras in North America, China, and Korea.
Colin Maier oboe, clarinet, english horn, violin, 5-string banjo, acoustic/electric bass, piano, saxophone, flute, guitar, mandolin, musical saw. He is also a dancer, actor, stuntman, singer, choreographer, acrobat and martial-artist. He has played with orchestras and acted on stage in many productions including the Vancouver Olympics.
With a performance repertoire that spans the globe including classical masterworks, operatic arias, the sizzling energy of tangos, gypsy and folk songs, the group’s theatrical stage presence and relaxed humor establishes an intimate rapport with audiences worldwide.