Orchestra Kingston

Photo by John Wonsowicz

Orchestra Kingston is a community orchestra located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Since 2008, we have been performing concerts that feature a wide range of musical genres, with a special focus on Canadian composers.  We often perform in collaboration with other community ensembles and professional soloists.

We provide an opportunity for amateur musicians in the Kingston area to play orchestral repertoire under the baton of a professional music director, and to develop their skills as orchestral players in a relaxed but dedicated environment. We prepare a four concert season and meet on Tuesday evenings from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

 

Photo: John Wonsowicz

 


Coming Soon: Handel’s Messiah | Saturday, Dec. 8 | Downbeat @ 7:30 |Click for tickets.

A co-production with the Kingston Choral Society

For the sheer beauty of the music and the incredible skill of the composer, Handel’s Messiah endures as one of history’s most astounding creative feats.

Ring in the holiday season with Orchestra Kingston and The Kingston Choral Society in a performance of one of the world’s best loved choral masterworks. In the intimate performance space of Sydenham St. United Church (“The Spire”) the concert will feature soloists, choir and orchestra in a performance not to be missed.

Charlotte Stewart-Juby, soprano Tim Stiff, tenor

Colleen Renihan, mezzo-soprano Korin Thomas-Smith, baritone

Festival seating. A limited number of centrally located preferred seats are also available for this concert at additional cost.