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- 10:00am: Choral Family Eucharist (BAS) with Sunday Club and Nursery for children

Music at St. Luke's

Music at St. Luke's


The aim of Music at St. Luke's is to present an annual subscription series of high quality musical events for the entertainment of parishioners and the general public. In addition to the subscription series Music at St. Luke's promotes non-musical parish events and concerts by visiting choirs. All profits from Music at St. Luke's productions go to the St. Luke's operating funds.

Music at St. Luke's follows the successes of our previous year's series by offering four evenings of musical entertainment accompanied by a dinner complementary to the music, with a cash bar serving beer & wine. All four events include dinner with a cash bar serving wine, beer & soft drinks. 

Music at St. Luke’s announces its 2017/18 season!  Some call it Burlington’s "Best-Kept Secret”.  For $120.00 you can enjoy 4 quality evenings of entertainment with a first-class catered dinner.  All events include dinner.  The cost for an individual evening is $35.00.  >>2017/2018 Brochure<<

October 14, 2017 - Frankie and the Fairlanes  Rock and Roll Revue:  From Bill Haley to Ricky Nelson, Louis Armstrong to Elvis, Frankie and the Fairlanes bring the great music of the 50’s and 60’s to life.  There will be a special Canada 150  tribute to Canadian artists like the Crew Cuts, The Diamonds, Paul Anka, Bobby Curtola and Ian and Sylvia.  Enjoy listening, singing along or dancing!

December 9, 2017 - An Evening of Light Classics:  Andrea Battista is a professional pianist and violinist with Symphony on the Bay. She is joined by tenor Jason Hales, Shiorii Kobayashi, clarinet, and Stephanie Numan-Scholman, violin and viola.  There will be an eclectic mix of Argentinian tangos, Ravel’s Pavane, the Mozart Turkish rondo and Mozart arias. The second half will feature a medley of Christmas carols, “I Believe” from The Polar Express, O Holy Night, Jesu Bambino and arrangements of Christmas favourites by Philip Cork.  The evening will conclude with a Christmas singalong.

January 27, 2018 - Robbie Burns Night:  The skirl of the bagpipes, Scottish songs and dancing, haggis and much more.  Be entertained by Major Trish Yearwood, piper, James Yearwood on snare drums, Walter MacCalman addressing the haggis, award-winning Scottish dancer Janet MacCalman performing Scottish dancing and a Scottish singalong.  If you can say “It’s a braw, bricht, moonlicht nicht” (and even if you can’t) you won’t want to miss this authentic Burns supper and evening at St. Luke’s.

April 21, 2018 - The 12/4 Swing Orchestra led by Jim Heaslip and Featuring Tony Sciara:  This evening we welcome back Jim & his colleagues with a show featuring more of the greatest hits of Frank Sinatra and Bobby Darin.  Sway to the golden oldies All or Nothing At All, The Shadow of Your Smile, My Way, Splish Splash, Dream Lover, Mack the Knife and many more.  Bring your dancing shoes or just sit back and enjoy.

Tickets are available at hlennardcogecoca or 905-632-2918 or at Coffee Hour on Sunday morning.


A note from our Music Director

St. Luke's boasts a varied traditional music programmes for all ages.  The Sunday morning music programme consists of the Senior Choir (adults) focusing on traditional and contemporary choral repertoire using organ and piano.

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Praise Unlimited!


Praise Unlimited! is a Christian singing group, consisting of six harmonized voices, accompanied by an electric keyboard and drums, percussion instruments and occasional use of a guitar. Our conductor plays keyboard and sings bass.

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