Every two years, singers between the ages of 18 and 25 are auditioned across the country to form the National Youth Choir. Initiated in 1984, the choir has won critical acclaim across Canada since its inception.
Love to sing? Join the Graham Academy for a week of choral activities with some of the top choirs from the National Choral Community!
4 days of intensive choral singing with Jennifer Beynon-Martinec, Linda Butler-Carr and Gary Graham along with several renowned national choral conductors.
The first night of the GMSM Choir Festival will feature the Edmonton Youth and Children's Choir, and the First Baptist Girls' Choir!
The second night of GMSM's Choir Festival will feature the Oakville Choir for Children and Youth, and the Edmonton Youth and Children's Choir. This concert will also feature participants of the Graham Academy Choir Camp and GMSM Adult Choir Workshop.
The final night of GMSM's Choir Festival will feature the Hamilton Children's Choir and Toronto Children's Chorus. This concert will also feature participants of the Graham Academy Choir Camp and GMSM Adult Choir Workshop.
Come sing your favourite show tunes in a fun, nurturing environment, where you’ll be inspired to take a closer look into the music, lyrics, and the stories behind each song. This one week intensive will culminate in a performance at the end of the week.
Learn multiple styles of dance found on the Broadway stage, as well as technique, conditioning, flexibility, anatomy for dancers, dance history and theory.
This August, get in the groove with one of America's most dynamic percussionists and teachers of his generation.
A young actor from the big city lives with two aging bachelor farmers to gather stories about rural life. The farmers’ lives are irrevocably altered when art attempts to imitate life and the line between truth and fiction is crossed.
Back for another summer of fun, Ian, Nick, Tom, and Meghan present five nights of music and comedy!
Young pianist Stephen Eckert will present a varied program of piano classics including works by Beethoven, Scriabin, Rachmaninoff, and Morel.
This intimate musical follows one couple through fifty years of love, quarrels and marriage.
East Valley Special brings their folk-inspired music to Corner Brook and Woody Point!
From spirited instrumentals to heartfelt ballads, traditional Newfoundland band Rum Ragged pays homage to the greats that came before them while carving out a fresh, unique sound of their own.
Climb aboard the Newfoundland Express for our fourth production at the Historic Train Site!
Jody Richardson and Friends are back again this summer for two electric nights of song!
Kelly-Ann Evans is joined by some of the province's finest musicians to present the Music of Rob Stewart!
Join Heather Tuach and Diederik van Dijk as they present two nights filled with repertoire for two cellos!
What happens when a poet, an author, a composer, his lover, and a book-loving stripper all move into the same house in quiet, wartime Brooklyn? Arguments, indulgence, infestation, questionable relationships of every description, a murder mystery, plenty of reasons for the neighbours to bang on the walls and, just possibly, some truly wonderful art.
Following a hugely successful run in 2017, GMSM is excited to bring Paul Simon’s music back to the stage. “Further to Fly” brings back favourites from last year mixed with new numbers to keep us all on our toes.
Nick Hamlyn and The Mayhem are coming to Corner Brook and Woody point as a part of the GMSM trad series.
Saint Yves is born out of Toronto based artists originally hailing from Newfoundland. Yvette Coleman who performs as the former is a classically trained vocalist and singer-songwriter blending elements of pop, folk, and R&B.
Join Spiritual Teachers and Life Coaches Veronica Connors, Natalie Finlay, and Florence Strang as they come together for this Free Event to share decades of work and experience in self development and personal growth. They’ll be reading from their new book Soul Steps: 52 Ways to Reconnect with Spirit while intertwining the celebration with performances from local musicians Acabella, Olivia Callahan, and Bridgette Swift & Dahlia Waller.