EducationSymphony Education Partnership The Symphony Education Partnership is a unique collaboration between the School of Music at Queen's University, the Limestone District School Board, the Algonquin & Lakeshore Catholic District School Board and the Kingston Symphony Association. Each February, the Kingston Symphony presents four concerts for grade four students in the two local school boards. In preparation for these concerts, Queen's University music education students teach a set curriculum written by a member of the Queen's University School of Music faculty to participating classes.
Activities Explore the wonderful world of classical music. Learn more about the different sounds each instrument in the orchestra can produce, different composers, and much more. Click here and have fun!
Open Rehearsals Throughout the concert season, the Kingston Symphony takes you behind the scenes to discover what it takes for the musicians, conductor, and production team to prepare a concert. Specific rehearsals are open to the public each year. For more information about these programs, please contact the Kingston Symphony Association at 613-546-9729 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Music Awards Each season, the volunteer Committee of the Kingston Symphony Association provides awards to recognize and support promising young students who are currently studying classical music in Kingston and the surrounding region. The awards include various cash prizes ranging from $100 to $1,500. The deadline for applications is on March 31 each year.
Music Teacher Listings Many members of the Kingston Symphony teach music lessons privately. For more information please click here.