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Loyalist Concert

SJAC welcomes back the Early Music Festival for a special ‘Loyalist Concert’ on May 19 (May 18, 1783 marked the arrival of the United Empire Loyalists in what is now Saint John.) Admission is by freewill offering, reserve your spot early as seating is limited! Wednesday, May 19, 2021 • 12:15 – 1pm Featuring: Tim Blackmore (harpsichord) & Katherine Moller …

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Early Music Festival 2021

SJAC is excited to once again play host to the Saint John Early Music Festival, coming June 5 & 6, 2021, with the theme this year of ‘Bachs: The Next Generation’. ‘Tickets’ (no paper tickets issued) are available now online via SJAC’s website (click on links below) or at the front desk – check out the impressive lineup for this …

Early Music Festival Good Friday Concert

SJAC is pleased to play host to a special presentation by the Saint John Early Music Festival, an Easter concert on Good Friday: Joseph Haydn: The Seven Last Words of Christ on the Cross Tim Blackmore, square piano 2:00 to 3:30 PM • Friday, April 2, 2021 Admission is by Freewill Offering COVID-19 Notes: To safely follow public safety protocols, SJAC is …

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World of Keyboards: 2020-21 Season

SJAC is proud to partner with the Saint John Early Music Festival as they present a returning favourite series, World of Keyboards! All welcome, admission is by freewill offering. Join harpsichordist and pianist Tim Blackmore as he explores the world of Baroque and Classical keyboard instruments, their makers, and the composers and performers who created the music written for them. …

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Harpsichord Pop-up Exhibit

SJAC is excited to invite you to a special event & pop-up exhibit of unique musical instruments! Please join us for Andrew Graham: Harpsichords 1982-2017, a free two-day pop-up exhibition of beautifully-crafted keyboard instruments by Saint John harpsichord builder Andrew Graham here at SJAC on Friday & Saturday, September 25 & 26, 2020. At 12:15 pm on Friday, Sept. 25th, …

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Summer Classics Series 2020

SJAC and the Saint John Early Music Festival are proud to present a fifth year of the Summer Classics Series! These lunchtime classical concerts are offered through the summer on Wednesdays in July & August at 12:15pm. All are welcome, admission is by freewill offering. Special thanks go to our sponsors: Emera New Brunswick, The City of Saint John Community …

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Summer Classics Series 2018

Saint John Arts Centre and the Saint John Early Music Festival are proud to present this series of lunchtime classical concerts, Wednesdays in July & August at 12:15pm. All are welcome, admission is by freewill offering. Special thanks go to our sponsors: Emera New Brunswick, The City of Saint John Community Arts Funding, and Province of New Brunswick Department of Tourism, …

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Summer Classics Series 2017

Saint John Arts Centre and the Saint John Early Music Festival are proud to present this series of lunchtime classical concerts, Wednesdays in July & August at 12:15pm. All are welcome, admission is by freewill offering. Special thanks go to our sponsors: Emera New Brunswick, the Community Foundation, and Province of New Brunswick Department of Tourism, Heritage, and Culture. This summer’s featured …

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Summer Classics Series 2016

Saint John Arts Centre and the Saint John Early Music Festival were proud to present the first season of the Summer Classics Series of lunchtime classical concerts, Wednesdays in July & August of 2016. Thank you to our sponsors, The MacMurray Foundation and Uptown Saint John, the performers, and all who attended and supported the program through freewill offerings. Featured concerts were: …

Early Music Studio

SJAC is proud to work with the Early Music Studio of Saint John, hosting regular performances and the Early Music Festival in May. Its mission is to provide educational and performance programs which stimulate interest in, and increase appreciation of, renaissance, baroque and classical music of the historical period dating from the first voyage of Jacques Cartier (1534) to the arrival …