Because of COVID-19, most concerts organizations are offering a limited season or going online except for Guelph Musicfest.
Cambridge Symphony Orchestra
Knox’s Galt Presbyterian Church, Cambridge (and other locations)
Pay what you can Guelph Connections Concerts
Chamber music concerts approximately 1 hour in length.
Tuesdays at 4:30 pm at St. George’s Anglican Church, 99 Woolwich St., Guelph
Free admission (donations encouraged) Guelph Musicfest
Ken Gee, artistic director
Annual world-class chamber music concert series that will inspire and energize all enthusiastic music lovers.
Recital Hall of the Guelph Youth Music Centre, 75 Cardigan St., Guelph
The 2021 season offers FIVE concerts beginning Sept. 17 with cellist Arlen Hlusko, Sept. 25 pianist Valerie Tryon, Nov. 5 pianist Robert Silverman, Nov. 12 Rolston String Quartet, Nov. 19 Festival Trio
Seating is very liimited, but you can enjoy Online with Digital Musicfest. Digital Tickets are now FREE (with options to Pay What You Can Afford).Guelph Symphony Orchestra
Guelph’s own symphony orchestra with performances in the River Run Centre
The season includes GSO Kinder concerts
for children age 5 and under
Also check out GSO KidsClub for children ages 6-13 https://guelphsymphony.com/gsokids/ Kitchener Waterloo Symphony
Fully-professional symphony orchestra with main performance series at the Centre in the Square, Kitchener. Kitchener Waterloo Chamber Music Society
A huge offering of chamber music concert in a very intimate home setting. Concerts almost every week of the year. WLU Music at Noon
Free concerts: recitals and chamber music at Wilfred Laurier University