2018 Festival Schedule

August 10 - 7 pm - Nibbles and Notes

This year's festival will open on August 10th with the Nibbles and Notes Gala at the beautiful Belfountain Old Mill Site. Join us for an evening of food, drink and Celtic Music with The Interpreters

August 11 - 2 pm - The Ton Beau Quartet

The Ton Beau String Quartet will join us for our first afternoon concert, performing Debussy's masterful String Quartet in G Minor, and the unforgettable "Sanctus" by Toronto's own Riho Maimets

August 11 - 7 pm - The Accolade Trio

Festival favourites The Accolade Trio return for a program of music for clarinet, cello and piano, featuring Beethoven's Trio in C Minor, Op. 1 no. 3, and Carl Frühling's Trio in A Minor

August 12 - 2 pm - The Odin Quartet

Odin String Quartet will be presenting a movie music inspired show, consisting of catchy and memorable tunes written for movie soundtracks, as well as classical music used in films

August 12 - 7 pm - Stephanie Tulloch

Vocalist, guitarist and songwriter Stephanie Tulloch will be joined by Guitarist, Singer and Multi-Instrumentalist James Turner for a relaxing and fun mix of original music, covers and standards

August 18 - 2 pm - Emily Rho and Britt Riley

Pianist and co-director of Pocket Concerts Emily Rho will be joined by cellist Britt Riley for a recital of music for cello and piano

August 18 - 7 pm - Golden Country Classics

The Golden Country Classics have been playing old-time Country Dances, Barbeques and parties together for the past eight years. All local farmers, the band is led by Rod Salisbury on the piano, with Brian Stevenson on drums, Sam Leitch on the fiddle, Wib Tupling on the guitar, and Lionel Gibney on the bass. There will be dancing!

August 19 - 2 pm - Emily Vondrejs

Soprano Emily Vondrejs and Pianist Lorin Shalanko will present a mixed program of classical gems and contemporary pop favourites. Opera, art song, and the modern classics beautifully sung by an Erin native!

August 19 - 7 pm - Greidanus and Friends

Pianist Ron Greidanus will join us for the festival finale with a program of Russian masterworks including piano works by Rachmaninov and the stunning and monumental Tanayev piano quintet

About Us

The Melville White Church

The creation of the Belfountain Music Festival was inspired by the wonderful acoustic of the Melville White Church, a beautifully restored historic building that dates back to 1837. The church sits is located on Mississauga Road, south of the Belfountain townsite.

Photo by Bob Morris, courtesy of Credit Valley Conservation

The Town of Belfountain

Belfountain is a picturesque Hamlet on the Forks of the Credit Road. The Road itself is scenic and fun to drive but once arriving in Belfountain you'll discover a beautiful conservation area with historic sites, trails, and a swing bridge.

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