Join us in the Sport Chek court every Saturday from 12:30pm to 3:00pm for live music performed by local artists.
Saturday, April 22 | Madeline Hall
Madeline Hall is a guitarist and composer currently based in London, Ontario.
Madeline is currently in her 3rd year of a Bachelor of Music degree in classical guitar performance at Western University, studying with Wilma van Berkel. Madeline has won numerous prizes in competitions throughout Canada and the United States, including first prize at the Quebec International Music Competition, first prize at the Grand Metropolitan International Music Competition, the “Best 20th Century Performance” prize at the Great Composers Competition, and the Kiwanis Festival of London’s Rose Bowl Prize. She is a three-time first prize winner of the Ontario Music Festivals Association provincial guitar competition.
Saturday, April 29 | Sam Hornsby
Raised in the English folk scene, Sam Hornby moved to Canada and continues to sing and perform fingerstyle guitar playing contemporary fingerstyle, folk, Celtic and Jazz standards.
Saturday, May 6 | Greg Lirette
Greg Lirette is one of southwestern Ontario’s premier acoustic solo performers entertaining audiences for nearly three decades. Playing thousands of shows locally and internationally.
Saturday, May 14 | Mary Ashton
A violinist, a fiddler......it depends on the day, season, venue, or fellow musicians, Mary Ashton just loves to make music with her violin. Hornpipes, jigs or reels aplenty, a dash of Greek or Arabic song and some soulful renditions of classics like "Summertime, all spring from her violin with energy and joy.
Saturday, May 14 | Lucas Tensen
Lucas Tensen uses his skills as a multi-instrumentalist, instrument maker, vocalist and songwriter to facilitate interactive community events, performances and workshops. After years of classical training as a cellist, Lucas travelled to Senegal in 2008 to learn the kora. Using gourds and wooden salad bowls as resonators, Lucas now makes koras of various shapes and sizes. He also plays the Japanese shakuhachi flute, the rav drum (an instrument similar to the hang drum) and vintage aluminum pots transformed into singing bowls. In 2021, he self-published an illustrated book called 'Earth Anthems: A Songbook for Sharing Gratitude', which includes a 16 track recording and several YouTube lyric videos featuring adult vocalists and a children's chorus.