Tickets for the 2023 festival are on sale now! Join us from August 7-20 for two spectacular weeks of chamber music featuring established and emerging artists from across North America.
This August, the Tuckamore Festival will feature an engaging Opening Night performance, ticketed mainstage concerts with highly regarded guest artists, Young Artist recitals, Late Night adventures, our popular artist talks, and a spectacular festival finale event. This is not to mention two Tuckamore Travels tours, that will take the show on the road right after the festival concludes.
Tickets for the festival are on sale today (Friday, June 16th)! Tickets will be purchasable via the Tuckamore Festival website event page, and remember, you can take advantage of incredible savings by getting a festival pass.
We’ll kick off the season on Monday, August 7, with our captivating Opening Night performance, Taking on Water, which marries the music of Randolph Peters, performed by musicians Duo Concertante and actress Louise Moyes, with five original magic realism stories by Robert Chafe. Headlining this year’s festival, we will feature Tuckamore veterans and fan favorites, including the renowned pianist Marc-Andrè Hamelin, as well as violin talent Erika Raum, and the electrifying SHHH!! Ensemble. We are also excited to welcome new faces to the Tuckamore festival, including New York City’s Overlook Quartet, as they share their diverse repertoire of under-represented composers, and the multi-Grammy-Award winning Pacifica Quartet, who will be opening the second week of the festival! Also new to the festival roster in 2023 is Amadi Azikiwe, a world-touring violist/violinist who will be guiding many of our young string players. Of course, our young artists and young composers are always the heart of the festival and we are thrilled to be welcoming twenty-seven bright young stars from across the continent. Audiences can catch their lunchtime recitals, or their mainstage debut at the Festival Finale on August 20.
Check out all our ticketed events at the link below, and book your front-row seat for the world’s best chamber music, right here in Newfoundland and Labrador!