ArtHouse Festival Series 2013


cmcArtHouse Festival Series Celebrates the Depth and Power of CANADIAN MUSIC COMPETITION – Presenting recent CMC Grand Prize Winners, Distinguished Alumni and Special Guests:

  • ANNIE ZHOU in Concert (Annie on the right) – 14-year old FIRST PRIZE winner at the Prestigious Ettlingen (Germany) International Competition for Young Pianists;
  • LIONA BOYD, MICHAEL SAVONA, SPECIAL GUEST ELEANOR MCCAIN AND FRIENDS – FIVE TIME Juno Award Winner and Canada’s First Lady of the Guitar and CMC Alumni;
  • SALUTE TO YOUTH – our annual event which features recent CMC National Grand Prize Winners;
  • The GRYPHON TRIO – TWO TIME Juno Award Winners – and some wonderful surprises – at the spectacular new Burlington Performing Arts Centre!!


ArtHouse is a not-for-profit charitable organization which offers cost-free programs to young children aged 7-11, helping them to develop their hidden talents, experience the thrill of creative and artistic expression and share experiences in team building and social cohesion. ArtHouse is living its vision, building a strong foundation which serves children regardless of their socio-economic status. The proceeds from the Festival helps in part to provide financial assistance for the program. However, the generosity of community sponsors from corporations to individuals, foundations to Ontario government grants that keep this very worthwhile arts program running.

It is evident that ArtHouse is changing the lives of young children when you see the smile and confidence shine through their faces.  In 2012, ArtHouse will serve over 300 young people with 7 programs in 7 locations. For more information about programming, festival tickets or sponsorship stop at their website:


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