Symphony, gallery present mix of classical, jazz, Indigenous art

Fall Mélange at Art Gallery of Algoma, presented by Sault Symphony Orchestra on Nov. 4

Enjoy an evening of art Nov. 4 with Fall Mélange at the Art Gallery of Algoma, presented by the Sault Symphony Orchestra. 

The symphony and gallery have teamed up in what they hope will be a unique concert experience. 

Enjoy the gallery’s current exhibit of Indigenous art, Gathering in Honour / Maawnjiding wii-Gchi-inenjigeng, while listening to a unique variety of performances. 

The evening will open with local Indigenous singer Dion Syrette, followed by cello and guitar duo Rebekka and Roman performing pieces by French composer Erik Satie. 

The evening will close with a performance by the Algoma University Jazz Quartet. 

“Music and art have wonderful synergy,” said Jasmina Jovanovic, executive director of the AGA, in a news release. “In many instances, art is inspired by music and vice versa. Having local musicians perform in the gallery space full of beautiful art by Indigenous artists will be a unique and inspiring event stimulating all senses.” 

A cash bar and finger foods will be available from Broers Jansen to round out the experience. 

A limited number of tickets, just $20 each, is now available for purchase through Eventbrite by clicking here. The link can also be found on the Symphony’s Facebook page. 

The Art Gallery of Algoma is at 10 East St., near the library.

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