OrKidstra stole the Opening Ceremony of the Centre for Global Pluralism—with more than their music. They are the embodiment of Canada.John Stackhouse
OrKidstra proudly presents memorable and inspiring performances. In the past year alone OrKidstra has performed for national and international audiences at the JUNO Awards, the One Young World Summit, the Global Centre for Pluralism and the Canada 150 celebrations.
The audience will appreciate your commitment to social sustainability and enjoy a magical performance – the good feeling lingers long after the sound of the music has finished.
Whether you’re looking for a small chamber group, a choir or a full orchestra, OrKidstra has the range and flexibility to entertain at your event.
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OrKidstra’s performance was credited by our guests as a highlight of the Opening of the Global Centre for Pluralism. The young musicians showed tremendous confidence, passion and joy on stage, creating a powerful and moving moment that we will all remember for years to come.John McNee
“Alas (a Malala)” from Encounters/Encuentros: Music Unites the Continents
Six OrKidstra students perform “Alas (a Malala)” with more than 150 young musicians from 23 Sistema-inspired programs in Mexico City (March 2018) led by celebrated composer and conductor Arturo Márquez.
OrKidstra performs with Alessia Cara on Canada Day 150
OrKidstra performs with JUNO award-winning Canadian Superstar Alessia Cara on July 1, 2017 for Canada Day 150 on Parliament Hill. Video: CBC TV
Opening Ceremonies for One Young World
Conducted by OrKidstra Ambassador and NACO Music Director Alexander Shelley, OrKidstra performs on Parliament Hill at the Opening Ceremonies for the One Young World Summit 2016. Video: One Young World
Official Opening of the Global Centre for Pluralism
OrKidstra performs at the Official Opening of the Global Centre for Pluralism, May 16, 2017 in the presence of His Highness the Aga Khan and the Former Governor General of Canada David Johnston. Video: Global Centre for Pluralism