Join us for our 45th Concert Season filled with musical gems sure to delight you! Season Passes are the most affordable and easiest way to enjoy our concert season. For only $150 ($90 for students with ID), you will have access to our full, 7-concert season with the bonus of one free concert. If you purchase before June 30th, you will be entered into a draw for a $75 gift certificate to Bight Restaurant & Bar.
Each season pass is completely transferable and can be given to a friend or family so you don’t have to worry about it going to waste if you have to miss a concert.
This season Doris Dungan and Elizabeth Ganiatsos open on September 16th, recreating their flute and harpsichord Baroque offerings from our earliest years. Toronto’s illustrious Gryphon Trio, one of the finest chamber music ensembles in the world, returns on September 30th to wow us with music by Beethoven and Brahms!
We return to our Elizabethan roots with courtly dance music, songs, ballads, country dance tunes, and more. Chamber music for clarinet and strings opens the New Year. Join the Venetian celebrations at our all-Vivaldi concert with flutist Doris Dungan, bassoonist Kristy Tucker, and a string ensemble in March. Flutists Penelope Clarke and Doris Dungan will charm with Haydn’s ‘London Trios’ and more. Finally, dazzling organ music by Bach and Buxtehude with Baroque specialist Christopher Dawes grandly rounds off our season.
In addition to buying your season pass online, you can also purchase by mail (please include Season Pass holder name in cheque memo).
Season Pass - 45th Concert Season
Enjoy our full, 7-concert season with the bonus of one free concert! If you purchase before June 30th, you will be entered into a draw for a $75 gift certificate to Bight Restaurant & Bar.
Buying By Mail
In addition to buying your season pass online, you can purchase by mail (please include Season Pass holder name in cheque memo):
Consortium Aurora Borealis
P.O. Box 21027
640 River Street
Thunder Bay, Ontario
Our concerts are typically held at two venues: St. Paul’s United Church and Trinity United Church. These venues have wonderful acoustics and really make our music shine!
St. Paul’s United Church has an elevator and accessible bathrooms. Unfortunately, Trinity United Church does not have accessible bathrooms, but there is a ramp for wheelchair access to the building.