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Rebecca Cohn Auditorium

6101 University Avenue, Halifax
902-494-3820 Visit Website »

February 2019


Cello Fireworks and Appalachian Spring

February 28, 7:30 pm

Symphony Nova Scotia performs Barber's Cello Concerto with Canada’s own Stéphane Tétreault, a 24-year-old “name to watch".

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March 2019


Jenn Grant

March 8 - March 9

Jenn Grant’s lilting, intricate, instrumental sound combines with lush orchestrations in her long-awaited return to Symphony Nova Scotia.

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Symphony Nova Scotia Season Launch

March 13, 12:30 pm

Annual free-of-charge launch with an hour-long performance by the full orchestra, giving a sneak peek at the upcoming season.

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Beethoven’s Seventh and Dinuk’s Clarinet

March 21, 7:30 pm

Symphony Nova Scotia presents Dinuk Wijeratne’s newest work, written specifically for Syrian-born clarinetist Kinan Azmeh.

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Ballet BC

March 26, 8:00 pm

Live Art Dance presents Vancouver's Ballet BC, with three pieces performed by a team of sixteen dancers.

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Ashley MacIsaac

March 29 - March 31

Cape Breton’s platinum-selling, award-winning Ashley MacIsaac returns to Symphony Nova Scotia for a fiery, foot-stomping concert.

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April 2019


Tchaikovsky and Sara Davis Buechner

April 4, 7:30 pm

Star pianist Sara Davis Buechner joins Symphony Nova Scotia for first-ever performance of Dvořák’s deeply challenging, rarely heard Piano Concerto.

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April 12 - April 14

One of the world’s oldest and best-loved ballets live in Halifax, with Symphony Nova Scotia and Canada’s Ballet Jörgen.

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May 2019


Magnificent Mozart: “Jupiter”

May 1, 7:30 pm

Experience the height of Mozart’s symphonic opus, and the last symphony of its line – the thundering, majestic “Jupiter” - from Symphony Nova Scotia.

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Magnificent Mozart: Great Mass in C Minor

May 4 - May 5

Symphony Nova Scotia joins forces with its 80-voice chorus to perform Mozart’s dazzling, divinely beautiful Great Mass in C minor.

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