QSCM was founded in July of 2015 with the immediate objective of launching a local series of classical music concerts. The concerts will involve both young musicians who have completed, or nearly completed advanced professional training and are pursuing a professional performance career, as well as established artists. It is our hope that presenting a high performance standard in a rural venue will cultivate a local audience while encouraging talented young people in our communities aspring to excellence in their chosen fields.
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Aug17 After Rave Reviews and countless sold out performances during our two week run at the Tweed Pavilion this ... Read more
Aug18 HOMEGROWN features six young Belleville based artists who call this area home. Artwork will be presented in a ... Read more
Aug18 The Bloody Marys is Second City Toronto MainStage Alumni Kirsten Rasmussen and Leigh Cameron. Together, they are an ... Read more
Aug 15, 2018 – The Quinte Arts Council is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 Arts Recognition Awards. The 2018 award winners are: Brian Barlow, Lynn Fennell, Gary Magwood, and Nancy Sno… Read more
Jul 11, 2018 – The deadline for the Fall 2018 issue of Umbrella arts newspaper is Monday, July 23. Carol Bauer will be retiring July 14 and Lenny Epstein, our new Membership and Communications Di… Read more
Jun 16, 2018 – ANNUAL REPORT 2017 was an incredible year as the Quinte Arts Council celebrated its 50th Anniversary. In addition to a variety of festivities and events, arts education activities… Read more