Music Niagara Celebrates Its Twelfth Season with 34 Niagara Concerts Featuring Over 70 Performers in Picturesque Niagara on the Lake Venues

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Ontario music festival Music Niagara introduces its 2010 season July 17 – August 14 welcoming musicians from all over the world to join local talent for the summer music festival

We are delighted to announce Miura Golf as our 2010 season sponsor, says Marian Bannerman, Managing Director

Beautiful Niagara on the Lake comes alive with the sounds of 34 Niagara concerts presented by 70 world-renowned international performers joined by talented local musicians for Music Niagara’s twelfth annual season. From a jazz nightcap to a lazy afternoon sipping wine and savouring Niagara sounds to music before the matinee, Music Niagara invites festival goers to experience the best voices and virtuosos from established and emerging talents at the 2010 festival taking place July 17-24.

The Ontario music festival’s concerts are performed in beautiful venues throughout Niagara on the Lake, from award-winning wineries and picturesque parks to historic churches and starlit terraces. The repertoire includes works from classical masters at the Niagara on the Lake summer music festival such as birthday celebrants Chopin and Schumann, jazz greats such as Ellington, Coltrane, and Peterson, Italian folk songs, Spanish tango, harp, fiddle music and more. Extraordinary Andre Laplante, one of Canada’s finest pianists whose recent work with the TSO was deemed “sheer heaven,” opens the season July 17th at a gala concert.

With this quantity of talented performers, Music Niagara has secured a major sponsor for the 2010 season. “We are delighted to announce Miura Golf as our 2010 Season Sponsor,” says Marian Bannerman, Managing Director. “Miura’s reputation for excellence makes it a natural partner for Music Niagara in creating exceptional music in Ontario, and we are excited and grateful for Miura’s support.“

Highlights of the Summer 2010 season feature concerts such as jazz legend Dick Hyman performing exclusively his own work; new series Niagara Pops, combining two types of music (classical, jazz, aboriginal music and more) in each concert; Schumann and His Circle, presenting music by Schumann and friends punctuated with readings by Shaw Festival actors.

Join Music Niagara this summer for the amazing musical range and quality you expect, at a price you don’t. At $15-$45 per concert and special student and Six Pack prices, Music Niagara’s tickets remain an incredible value. Order online today at http://www.musicniagara.org , where you can also find full information on the artists, concert programs, season schedule and more. Virtuosos, venues, and value - experience the best of the musical world in Niagara’s own beautiful backyard this summer with Music Niagara.

About Music Niagara
MUSIC NIAGARA showcases amazing music in matchless settings, bringing together great art, great artists and great audiences in venues rich with culture and history. The exceptional musicianship which is the organization’s hallmark is expressed in a wonderfully diverse program, ranging from classical to jazz, from choral to cabaret. These musical gems sparkle even more brightly in the unique Niagara settings which complement each one – jazz under the stars, Vivaldi in the vineyards, chamber works in historic churches and more. Music Niagara is proud that these concerts are not only unimaginably good, but unexpectedly affordable. Quality, charm, and accessibility allow MUSIC NIAGARA to offer culture with ease.

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