BREAKING NEWS BELOW!!!

We would like to thank our audience this season for their wonderful support. Watch for the Serenata Music concerts 2015-2016 season coming soon. We plan to have a variety of programs to satisfy many serious musical tastes.
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!!!!!WE PLAY ON MUSICIANS (formerly of Orchestra London) BREAKING NEWS
In collaboration with the board of the former Orchestra London Canada, the We Play On Musicians have arranged for voluntary bankruptcy of Orchestra London Canada. This means that all employees of the OLC are eligible for payments under the Wage Earners Protection Program (WEPP). This is a first step in reorganizing the new orchestra as a partnership with the London community.

Serenata Music 2014-5 Season

October 10, 2014: Jazz for all Ages
December 20, 2015; Quartetto Gelato
January 10, 2015; The London Connection
May 2. 2015; Alon Goldstein, Piano.
All performances at the Wolf Performance Hall, London Public Library, 251 Dundas St. London at 8 P.M.

Tickets Are Available From

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General Admission single ticket: $25*
Student Admission single ticket: $10*
*plus service charge
Grand Theatre London Box Office
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General Admission single ticket: $30
Student Admission single ticket: $15
(519) 672-8800
Online at:
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Featured

A spectacular end to the 2014-2015 season
Wow! We were treated to an evening of pianistic manna by Alon Goldstein, Saturday, May 2. Liszt, Janáček, and Debussy provided tasty appetizers to the main course of Schubert's Sonata in C minor. Mr. Goldstein's pianistic wizardry was complemented by his explanation of his approach to the music. Schubert's E flat major impromptu was gratefully accepted as dessert.