Upcoming Events:

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Saxtravaganza with Quasar Quartet at Queen's University
March 11-13, 2022

The DAN School of Drama and Music at Queen's University hosts Quasar Quartet from Montreal for a residency involving panel discussions, composer readings, masterclasses, and a Sunday afternoon concert featuring Quasar Quartet, Peter Freeman, Jeffrey Leung, and students from the Queen's University Saxophone Studio. 

Concert event and ticket information below:


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Upcoming Performances with the Moanin' Frogs
Spring 2022

From Watertown, NY to Kelowna, BC, be on the lookout for the Moanin' Frogs in concert! Performance schedule in the link below.


The Great Bach Marathon at St. James' Anglican Church
March 26, 2022

The Royal Canadian College of Organists presents “The Great Bach Marathon.” Anyone who would like to perform or listen to works of the great composer, Johann Sebastian Bach, is welcome.

There is no admission fee, but donations will be collected for the Canadian Red Cross Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Appeal. Come for a performance, come for the afternoon. Come when you can and leave when you must. Performers will include members of the Kingston Community of Organists, the Dan School of Drama and Music, and the Kingston musical community. Diocesan and provincial Covid19 protocols will be followed.

Concert event and ticket information below:


Maryland Wind Festival 
Summer 2022

Bringing together some of the most vibrant roster of young artists across the USA, the Maryland Wind Festival will return in June 2022 to present new music for chamber winds in a variety of concerts and outreach events. Stay tuned for more music and news at the link below.


“Jeffrey Leung is a musician that audiences will hear of for many years… he possesses a formidable technique and a level of musicality that is rare among musicians of his years. His timbral palette is richly kaleidoscopic and his improvisational skills are both intelligent and inspired. Jeffrey is an excellent collaborator and always is listening to the aural dialogue in which he is engaged.”

Dr. Christian Matijas-Mecca

Professor of Dance at the University of Michigan