Ashley MacIssac takes part in this year's Fusion Series, which sees local musicians of note partner with the Symphony for a genre-blending showcase.
Ashley MacIssac takes part in this year's Fusion Series, which sees local musicians of note partner with the Symphony for a genre-blending showcase.

Symphony Nova Scotia announces pre-sale for its Fusion series; free waterfront shows

The province's orchestra is BUSY—and that's music to our ears.

When Symphony Nova Scotia announced its upcoming 2022-2023 season slate back in May, it also mentioned tickets to the popular Fusion series—which sees the symphony teaming up with local musicians of note to create genre-blending live shows—would go on sale August 17. Luckily for those who can't wait any longer, though, a release from SNS today announced an exclusive presale on Fusion series shows, on  August 10 until August 11 at 6pm.

If you've been eyeing SNS's upcoming collabs with Juno winner Rose Cousins, famous Cape Breton fiddler Ashley MacIssac, lauded crooner David Myles or the classic Christmas show with Heather Rankin, now's the time to click "add to cart." (The presale codes are: TALLDISTANCE for Myles's Sept 30 and Oct 1 shows, CHRISTMAS for Rankin's Dec 22 and 23 performances, FIDDLE for MacIssac's Feb 3 and 4 2023 sets and BRAVADO for Cousins's March 24 and 25 concerts. Here's where you can find more details on the presale and take part in it.)
Also in today's release from the symphony? The announcement of a slew of free waterfront shows held this month. Taking place at the Queens Marque (1715 Lower Water Street) Aug 10-11 at 6pm and Aug 17 at 4pm, these shows will feature string quartets, a trio of percussionists and a horn quartet.

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Morgan Mullin

Morgan is the Arts & Entertainment Editor at The Coast, where she writes about everything from what to see and do around Halifax to profiles of the city’s creative class to larger cultural pieces. She’s been with The Coast since 2016.

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