Tickets are available here, or by visiting our box office! Historic St. Mary’s is located at 1374 Hamilton Road. Our box office is open Tuesday through Sunday, 12PM-5PM.
On August 16th: This week’s edition of the Island Proud Series sees two local acts from the spud isle of PEI. County Line Romance is a county-folk duo, and serves as a musical project for members Tanya David and Carlie Howell. They perform original compositions as well as intimate covers of classic tunes, and explore a life of country living in their music. Shane Pendergast was born with folk music in his blood and a drive to deliver stories through his music. His original music is keeping maritime folk music fresh and alive, as well as earning him acclaim across the country. He has cemented himself as one of Atlantic Canada’s best folk musicians.
On August 18th: Folk musician Ben Caplan is a Halifax-born performer who is drawing people in with his one-of-a-kind sound. His powerful performance abilities will draw you in, and his songwriting skills will engage you. Caplan has the unique ability to channel both wild abandon and quiet introspection in writing his music. Many of his inspirations are drawn from his Jewish heritage, where he uses biblical imagery and klezmer-tinted melodies in conjunction with contemporary style.
On August 19th: Under the Spire is proud to partner with La Musee Acadien to present Celidh des Traditions Acadienne – The Acadian Traditions Celidh. Falling just five days after National Acadian Day, this concert celebrates the amazing Franco-Acadian performers who call PEI home. This concert features artists such as Christina Haldane, Carl Phillipe Gionet, The Megan Bergeron Trio with Zakk Cormier and Anastasia DesRoches, and more! This is a free community event with no tickets to reserve and no cost to attend.
On August 20th: Quebec-born pianist Charles Richard-Hamelin is making a name for himself in the international piano scene. Charles has performed across the world at prestigious venues and festivals, and has performed as a soloist with over 50 professional ensembles. He is a well-decorated performer, having earned the silver medal and laureate of the Krystian Zimerman Prize at the 2015 International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw, second prize at the Montreal International Musical Competition in 2014, and third prize at the Seoul International Music Competition in South Korea. Of Charles’ 10 recorded albums, 5 of them have a specific focus on Chopin’s solo piano works. The timeless work of Chopin will be part of Richard-Hamelin’s program on the 20th.