Annual Concert Series

Each year the Pender Harbour Music Society presents a variety of concerts, beginning in October and running through to May or June. We are pleased to present our line-up for the current season.  [ + ]

Chamber Music Festival

We look forward to welcoming you to the best in chamber music in the intimate and idyllic setting of the School of Music in Madeira Park, as we bring world-class chamber music to the Coast. [ + ]

Pender Harbour Jazz Festival

This annual event showcases a smorgasbord of jazz styles to appeal to every ear: Straight up, Swing, Boogie Woogie, Big Band, Fusion, Gypsy, 30’s and 40’s, Hot Latin and more.  [ + ]

Pender Harbour Choir

This vibrant SATB choir is the longest running community choir on the Sunshine Coast, presenting two major concerts each year.  New members are encouraged to join the fun of choral singing!  [ + ]

 

School of Music Coffee House

The PH Music Society’s latest initiative is a monthly Coffee House at the School of Music! Meant to provide a venue for local performing artists, the SoM offers a terrific venue, complete with stage, lights and sound. Each program will present four or five acts, who will have the use of the facility plus the expertise of a light/sound technician. The cost is a suggested donation of $10 at the door. > read more

 

About Pender Harbour

Pender Harbour is the collective name for a cluster of communities that surround one of the best natural harbours on BC’s lower coast. It is located northwest of Vancouver, only a 35-minute ferry ride and 1-hour drive from the Lower Mainland.

 
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Book the Music School for your event!

The Music School is available to our community as a venue for various types of events. Currently, many local groups use the hall for seminars, conferences, music concerts by local performers, music classes, to name a few. Contact Joanne Mauro at 604.883. 9749 for bookings. > view our booking calendar

Latest News

Spring Fling

Spring Fling

Join Pender Harbour Choir, directed by Joy McLeod and accompanied by Paula Seward for a concert filled with nature-inspired songs. The 36-voice choir will perform, along with soloists, instrumentalists and... read more

Get Your Tickets Starting June 1, 2015!

Get Your Tickets Starting June 1, 2015!

Tickets will be on sale through this website starting June 1, 2015! ONLY 214 JAZZAPALOOZA tickets will be sold prior to the Festival Saturday & Sunday, September 19 & 20,... read more

Fire and Water

Fire and Water

It was billed as a concert featuring the 4 elements. Paul Marleyn, cello and Mauro Bertoli, piano, held a Mother's Day crowd at the Music School enrapt with their keen... read more

Take the Slocat during the Festival

Take the Slocat during the Festival

The SloCat will be running between venues, 10:00am – midnight Saturday & Sunday, weather permitting for just $5.00 a ride. NOTE: Service ends at midnight, so bring a designated driver if... read more

Become a KOOL KAT!

Become a KOOL KAT!

Become a Kool Kat and support the Pender Harbour Jazz Festival! Help to keep the PH Jazz Festival going Arrive ten minutes before doors open for advanced seating at ticketed events Receive free... read more

First KOOL KAT of 2015!

First KOOL KAT of 2015!

Congratulations to Siemion Altman, first KOOL KAT of 2015, and winner of a free ticket to the JAZZAPALOOZA of his choice at the 19th Annual Pender Harbour Jazz Festival, September 18, 19, 20, 2015.... read more

New Orleans-Inspired Delectables

New Orleans-Inspired Delectables

Award winning Chef Mary Lee Newnham (Emelle’s Ltd.) will be providing New Orleans inspired delectables at the JAZZAPALOOZAS Saturday & Sunday. Bring your appetites! www.emelles.com... read more

School of Music Tour For Local Students

School of Music Tour For Local Students

During the Madeira Park School's Arts Week the music society invited the students to tour the School of Music. They were guided through four 'stations' where they enthusiastically learned about... read more