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We are approaching our 60th anniversary with an exciting season of beautiful music! This year, as we continue to collaborate with old friends and new, we bring orchestral music for all ages to the community. Our season-opener featured the exotic Concerto for Bassoon, String Orchestra and Marimba by Kingston composer, Marjan Mozetich. In November, we joined forces once again for our 4th Tribute to the Brave with the 8 Wing Concert Band and Pipes and Drums. In December we reunite with the Belleville Choral Society to perfrom Handel’s glorious Messiah! Pianist Luke Bell, a Belleville native, returns in March to perform Grieg’s Piano Concerto in A minor with us in Music from the North. ! We end the season on a high note as Quinte Symphony and Orchestra Kingston combine to present Grand Finale! in May.

Under the inspiring leadership of Maestro Dan Tremblay, Quinte Symphony continues to thrill local audiences and perform “the music you love…played by the people you know.”

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March Concert: Music from the North
2:30 PM14:30

March Concert: Music from the North


The Quinte Symphony’s performance of Music from the North with Belleville native Luke Bell is sponsored by Boston Pizza.


Luke Bell was born in Belleville, Ontario, and started playing the piano at age 11. He participated in the local Rotary Music Festival for several years, winning several prizes. From 2009- 2012 he studied with Dr. Cynthia Tormann, adjunct professor in piano at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. While in high school he performed as a soloist with the Quinte Symphony, after winning their Young Musicians Competition. Luke completed his Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance at the University of Ottawa, and his Masters in Piano Performance and Graduate Diploma in Performance at McGill University. Luke is active in the contemporary and Canadian music scenes. Recent performances include a concert dedicated to Canadian music at the Prince Edward County Music Festival, appearances at both the NSFW Contemporary Cabaret in Ottawa, the MUSCAN conference for Canadian composers and music researchers and a debut recital at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.

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